Darlene Zimmerman Henry Ford Health System Published 6:00 AM EDT Aug 11, 2019 If you’re looking for an easy yet decadent dessert, we've got you covered. Today’s Chocolate Brownies with Raspberry Sauce, which start with boxed brownie mix, are a snap to make. To reduce the calories in this dessert, we used Greek yogurt to replace most of the oil called for in the box directions. A half cup of oil (950 calories) was replaced with one-third of a cup of low-fat vanilla Greek yogurt and 3 tablespoons of oil. The yogurt-oil replacement has 410 calories. If you like a gooey brownie, use just one egg. Most brownie mixes call for two eggs, which results in a cake-like brownie. I find that using just one egg gives you a fudge-like brownie. We drizzled today’s brownies with a simple raspberry sauce. Raspberries contain ellagic acid, a phytonutrient that may help prevent certain types of cancer. Ellagic acid seems to rev up enzymes … [Read more...] about Greek yogurt helps cut calories in these easy brownies
Easy naan bread recipe
By Daniel Neman St. Louis Post-Dispatch Published 5:14 PM EDT Jun 12, 2019 The grilling season is upon us, like a lion upon a gazelle. That means some 80 million of us will be out there, happily grilling hot dogs, steak and hamburgers. Which is all well and good. Who among us does not enjoy a grilled hot dog, steak or hamburger? Or, for vegetarians, a grilled basket of vegetables? But what if we want something more? Something different. And I’m not talking about chicken or fish, or even shrimp (though grilled shrimp is amazing, and not enough people make it). What if we want grilled pizza? What if we want grilled watermelon? What if we want grilled Caesar salad, like restaurants used to make it in the 1990s? What if we want a grilled cheese sandwich? Not one that is cooked on a pan or a griddle, but an actual grilled cheese sandwich? What if we want to bake bread in a grill? All you have to do is change your way of thinking. You have to start thinking of your grill as … [Read more...] about You can grill that? 6 new recipes to try this season
Apr 19, 4:09 PM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Media & Culture By Rebecka Schumann @RebeckaSchumann 04/19/19 AT 3:30 PM Making a holiday meal doesn’t have to be difficult. If you’re looking to cook up a delicious honey-glazed ham dinner for Easter 2019, don’t look any further. The following recipe will help you craft a show-stopping meal in your oven in just five easy steps.You’ll NeedIn order to make this meal, you’re going to need to make sure you have the necessary ingredients and cooking essentials.Ingredients10-pound smoked ham (bone-in)1.5 cups of packed light brown sugar1/2 cup of clover honey1/2 teaspoon of ground mustard (optional)ToolsLarge roasting panMedium-sized saucepanMeat thermometerCarving knifeCutting boardMeasuring cupTin foilRecipeThe following recipe is a combination of Betty Crocker, AllRecipe.com and Food Network Magazine's guides, as well as my … [Read more...] about Easter Ham Recipe 2019: How To Cook A Perfect Honey-Glazed Dinner In The Oven In 5 Easy Steps
For years, I had a simple weekend routine for baking whole wheat bread. Every Friday morning, I dutifully fed a starter, which would be used instead of traditional yeast. On Saturday evening, I’d make the dough and let it rise overnight in an oven warmed by the light. The next morning, I’d shape the dough, which had doubled in size, into three loaves, each weighing about 2 pounds. After a second rise, into the oven they’d go, and – presto! — we had bread for the week.Then mysteriously (at least to me), the starter fizzled. I’d feed it and mix it into the batter, only to have the dough not rise. After trying and failing a few more times, I washed the starter down the disposal. I felt I’d been betrayed by an old friend.After a period of mourning, I started fooling around with making sourdough starters, without much luck. Then I spotted a starter I could buy from King Arthur Flour.I was doubtful but willing to give it a try. What arrived was a … [Read more...] about Whole grain sourdough bread made easy
PUBLISHED: 19:30 01 February 2019 Suzanne Day Naan bread has been dumped on The Strand along the River Orwell Picture: JASON ALEXANDER JASON ALEXANDER Mystery piles of naan bread dumped on The Strand in Wherstead has prompted an Ipswich man to speak out about litter in the area. An environmental campaigner has called for people to take more pride in Ipswich Picture: JASON ALEXANDEREnvironmental campaigner Jason Alexander, who has lived in Ipswich his whole life, has been left puzzled by the large amounts of naan bread regularly being left in lay-bys along the road near the Orwell Bridge. Jason litter picks along The Strand, collecting debris washed up on the shoreline. But on several occasions at the end of last year and again over the last few weeks. Jason who has spotted the piles of the Indian bread - each one enough to fill a black bin bag.Jason said: “That quantity of bread is not from someone’s home, I imagine it could be a restaurant … [Read more...] about Why has naan bread been dumped alongside The Strand?