When food sticks to the bottom of your cast iron skillet, don’t use soap or harsh abrasive sponges to clean it. Instead, fill the skillet with water and place in on your stovetop to boil for about 5 minutes. Remove from heat and take off the unwanted food by gently using a pan scraper. Finish up by rubbing the skillet with cooking oil.
Make this salad your own by choosing different varieties or colors of tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, herbs or berries.
This pasta is packed with muscle building protein and anti-inflammatory omega-3s. The onion and asparagus contain carbohydrates that act as prebiotics which promote gut health and help maintain a strong immune system.
Watermelon can be used in "salads, sides and even ice to keep the summer heat out on the back porch where it belongs." ~The Tennessee Magazine
WebMD shares why eating salads regularly could be “one of the most healthy eating habits you can adopt": webmd.com/food-recipes/features/4-healthy-reasons-eat-salad-today.
Include proteins such as meats, legumes or nuts to your salad for extra texture and flavor. An added benefit: you’ll satisfy your hunger better after eating a salad with proteins. A common complaint with bare salads is the inability to feel full.
“We truly loved the crunch of the sliced radishes and creaminess of the avocado with tomato sauced chicken,” Lea Ann Brown says. “It all came together for this flavorful and exciting soft taco recipe.”