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Delicious Chicken Recipes

February 17th 2010 20:47
Pan Full of Chicken Piccata
Pan Full of Chicken Piccata

I am the Herbs & Spices Feature Writer on Suite101.com. Herbs & Spices is part of the Food channel, so I mostly post recipes to my topic section.


Chicken Francese with Stir Fried Asparagus
Chicken Francese with Stir Fried Asparagus


In recent years, I have eliminated red meat from my diet. I eat a lot of turkey, chicken and seafood, and also get a lot of my protein requirements from beans and vegetables. I am always looking for new and creative ways to cook poultry.

Turkey Meatloaf Topped with Cheese & Served with Rice
Turkey Meatloaf Topped with Cheese & Served with Rice



Here are links to a few of my recipes which feature chicken or turkey:

1. Chicken Francese Recipe; Italian Restaurant Quality Poultry Dish.

2. Chicken Piccata Recipe; Classic Italian Entry Featuring Poultry in a Lemon Sauce.

3. Thai Style Meatballs with Spicy Peanut Sauce; How-to Use Ground Turkey to Create a Main Dish with an Asian Flair.

4. Black Bean and Corn Turkey Chili Recipe; How-to Make a Variation of a Classic Chili Dish.

5. Perfect Turkey Meatloaf Recipe; Turkey, Sage & Onion Soup Mix Combine for a Delicious Main Dish.

6. Eggplant Moussaka Recipe; Classic Greek Style Lasagna Featuring Ground Turkey, Eggplant and Tomato.

7. Walnut Chicken Salad with Herbed Butter; Delicious Finger Food to Feature at a Tea Party or Bridal Shower.

Eggplant Moussaka
Eggplant Moussaka


Take care,
Lynn Smythe
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Recipe for Home Fries

August 12th 2009 18:17
platter of home fries
Platter of Home Fries

Hello everyone,

I just finished testing a recipe for home fries, which I made using red skin potatoes. They came out delicious!

Article Overview
Home fries, sometimes referred to as hash browns, are a traditional breakfast food. Potatoes combine with shallots, garlic, paprika and other spices in this recipe.

Read the complete article and see 5 photos of the home fries being made; Red Skin Potato Home Fries Recipe, on the Suite101 website.

Take care,
Lynn Smythe
Suite101 Herbs & Spices Feature Writer
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Recipe for Chai Spice Tea Blend

August 11th 2009 18:14
chai tea blend
Cup of chai tea

I recently posted a recipe to the Suite101 website on how-to create a Spice Chai Tea Blend. The recipe includes 5 photographs of the chai tea being made.

Article Overview
Fragrant spices blend with loose black tea leaves and sweetened milk to create a traditional Indian beverage.

Take care
Lynn Smythe
Suite101 Herbs & Spices Feature Writer
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Recipe for Zucchini Nut Muffins

August 6th 2009 14:12
zucchini nut muffins

Hello everyone,

Yesterday I posted up a recipe for zucchini nut muffins to the Suite101 website.

Article Overview
The summer zucchini harvest can be a bit overwhelming. Here is a recipe for creating a moist and delicious breakfast treat loaded with freshly grated zucchini.

Complete Article
The entire article, including 4 photos of the muffins being made, can be viewed on the Suite101 website: Zucchini Nut Muffins; Classic Breakfast Treat Enhanced with Zucchini, Walnuts, Raisins and Cinnamon.

Take care,
Lynn Smythe
Suite101 Herbs & Spices Feature Writer
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Recipe for Pasta e Fagioli

July 30th 2009 18:56
pasta e fagioli

I recently posted up a recipe for Pasta e Fagioli to the Suite101 website.

Article Overview
Pasta e Fagioli is a hearty bean and pasta soup. It is an ubiquitous part of Italian restaurant menus and can be served as an appetizer, or first course.

The article includes 5 photographs of pasta e fagioli being made.

Take care,
Lynn Smythe
Suite101 Herbs & Spices Feature Writer
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Recipe for Asian Vegetable Salad

July 22nd 2009 13:50
Asian Vegetable Salad
Asian Vegetable Salad

Here's the link for my latest recipe I wrote for the Suite101 website. Asian-Style Vegetable Salad; Cucumber, Carrot and Green Onion Salad with Ginger Teriyaki Dressing.

Article Overview
Cool, fresh vegetables combine with a sweet and tangy dressing to create a delicious summertime side dish.

The recipe includes 3 photographs of the salad being made. Check out my Asian-Style Vegetable Salad recipe, or any of my other recipes, on the Suite101 website.

Take care,
Lynn Smythe
Suite101 Herbs & Spices Feature Writer
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Recipe for Thai Meatballs

July 21st 2009 13:49
Thai Style Meatballs
Thai Style Meatballs

Here's a link to my recipe which appears on Suite101 for Thai Style Meatballs with Spicy Peanut Sauce; How-to Use Turkey or Beef to Create a Main Dish With an Asian Flair.

Article Overview
Serve this Thai-style main dish along with rice or noodles and a green salad, or sautéed vegetables, for a complete meal. This recipe makes approximately 36-40 meatballs.

The article includes 5 photographs of the dish being made. Check out this delicious recipe, or any of my other recipes, on the Suite101 website.

Take care,
Lynn Smythe
Suite101 Herbs & Spices Feature Writer

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Black Bean and Corn Turkey Chili

July 15th 2009 14:44
black bean and corn turkey chili

If you are a fan of chili, try out my latest recipe on the Suite101 website; Black Bean and Corn Turkey Chili. I created a delicious version of turkey chili enhanced with lots of tomatoes, black beans and chili.

Recipe Overview
Recipe on how-to make a quick, and easy to prepare Mexican style bean and corn turkey chili flavored with cumin, coriander, thyme, oregano and garlic.

The article includes 5 photographs of the chili being made.

Take care,
Lynn Smythe
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Oven Roasted Sweet Potatoes

July 14th 2009 14:43
Roasted Sweet Potatoes

I just posted up a quick and easy recipe for Herb Roasted Sweet Potatoes on my Cuisine Diva blog. The sweet potatoes are flavored with rosemary, thyme, oregano and lots of freshly cracked black pepper.

If you are a fan of sweet potatoes, try oven roasting them for a nice change.

Take care,
Lynn Smythe
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Beauty and Raw Food

June 30th 2009 12:36

Beauty And Raw Food
By: Elizabeth Kiely


One of the best ways to improve the appearance of your skin is by incorporating raw food into your diet. Beautiful skin starts from the inside out. People who switch to eating mostly raw food often see an improvement in their skin and look younger.

Heating food above 105 degrees Fahrenheit destroys the enzymes as well as up to 50% of the protein and 70-90% of the vitamins and minerals. Eating cooked food overtaxes the body’s enzyme reserves. Eating more raw food decreases the amount of digestive enzymes your body has to produce. Raw foods are foods in their natural state with the enzymes left intact. Enzymes are needed to perform many functions in the body including digestion, assimilation and elimination of food. A drained enzyme supply can result in vitamin and mineral deficiencies, premature aging and low energy. Raw foods high in enzymes include sprouts, papaya and pineapple.

Free radicals damage your skin and interfere with collagen production causing premature aging. Antioxidants counteract free radicals that age the skin. Berries, especially blueberries, are potent antioxidants that promote collagen which reduces wrinkles. Citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons and grapefruit help rid the body of free radicals keeping the skin looking young. Foods high in the antioxidant beta carotene including carrots and apricots protect the skin against sun damage.

CoenzymeQ10 is an effective antioxidant involved in the energy process and present in every cell in the body. CoQ10 levels in the body diminish with age. CoQ10 destroys free radicals and slows aging. Spinach, broccoli and peanuts are foods high in CoQ10.

Alpha-lipoic acid is a powerful antioxidant that boosts the strength of other antioxidants such as Vitamin C and E, and assists the body’s energy production. Alpha-lipoic acid can be found in spinach, brewer’s yeast, broccoli, tomatoes and peas.

Sulfur is a mineral present in every cell in your body. It is needed in collagen production and for healthy skin, hair and nails. Organic sulfur levels in food are lost when processed, heated or dried. Sulfur is known to help improve skin conditions such as acne. High sulfur content foods include asparagus, broccoli, hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, red pepper, garlic, onion, watercress and kale.

Silicon is an essential trace mineral needed for healthy skin, hair, nails and bones. Silicon levels decrease with age. Fruits and vegetables are the richest source of silicon including apples, oranges, cherries, grapes, strawberries, beets, cucumber, carrots and green leafy vegetables.

Phytochemicals are plant chemicals that help the body defend against damage and are said to have anti-aging properties. Phytochemicals can be found in berries, broccoli, cauliflower, celery, spinach, carrots, cocoa and bell pepper.

Raw nuts and seeds are high in Vitamin E which is beneficial to the skin. Selenium keeps the skin elastic and can be found in garlic, onions and shallots.

When the body rids itself of toxins, it passes through the skin which is the largest elimination organ. Raw food increases your detoxification rate. Drinking water helps the body rid itself of toxins. Seaweed is high in vitamins and minerals beneficial to the skin and also helps rid the body of toxins.

To achieve a healthy complexion, drink plenty of water and eat plenty of raw food. What goes into your body is reflective in your overall appearance.

About the Author: Elizabeth Kiely is the owner of EK: www.eklbc.com

Article Source: www.NewAgeArticles.com
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