Pinterest is going to have the death of me I swear. I browse, I pin, I do, I eat, therefore I’m probably going to become a roll. Well not all of the dishes I’m making are fattening. I made low to no carb stuffed chili peppers, barbecue shredded chicken, and zucchini muffins. And, to boot, that was all just today of which I will be posting about later on tonight. I have to say I am pretty impressed with myself and how all those recipes came out. Once again I tweaked them because of lack of ingredients and wanted to add my own touch. Is that legal on the internet? Can I call them my own recipe? Hmmm… that’s it for now. Laters bloggers.
I just made a salsa recipe I had seen on the web. I tweaked it a little bit so can I guess I consider it my own recipe? Well hot dog isn’t that awesome. I will call it farm fresh cilantro salsa, only because I used everything straight from the Farmers Market that I went to today. I have to say I’m pretty proud of myself.
~ 4 medium ripe tomatoes
~ 2 hot chili peppers
~ 1 small sweet onion
~ 2 garlic cloves
~ 3 tbsp of fresh cilantro
~ 3 tbsp of lime juice
~ 1 tbsp of sugar
~ salt and pepper to taste
Mince onion and garlic and mix together in a small bowl. Boil 1/2 cup of water and add onion and garlic. Remove from heat and let simmer 3 minutes. Drain well.
Add together remaining ingredients and mix. Chill for approximately 2 to 3 hours to let juices set in.
Okay, so here it is but not back by popular demand haha. Here is my broccoli and grilled chicken with homemade alfredo sauce. Following the recipe for the alfredo sauce listed in Sauces and Gravies, and just add broccoli and grilled chicken. Sometimes I like to change it up with California blend vegetables also.
Another special added touch I love to do in the fall and winter months is make the recipe as is and bake in the oven at 375° for about 30 to 35 minutes with a 1 1/2 cups of shredded mozzarella cheese on top. It turns it into a great baked casserole dish.
How could you not want to make homemade alfredo sauce? In comparison, it costs less and the taste is way better than any jarred alfredo sauce. I use this sauce usually in my chicken and broccoli bake. That recipe I’ll be … Continue reading