Recipes! Part Two

Time for part two!

From Meals That Heal Inflammation, by Julie Daniluk:  PESTO WHITE BEAN BOWL

Have already made this one twice. It’s so clean and fresh, and you just feel really good about yourself after eating it. I definitely recommend using raw bok choy, snipped into little pieces with kitchen scissors, as the green. Red quinoa works well for the grain. For the grain I also tried toasting millet in a little oil and boiling with organic butter and pink rock salt. The first time, we tried butter beans, the second, white kidney beans—but any bean will do.

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From a magazine I don’t recall the name of right now:  JERK CHICKEN

I was never a big fan of making chicken—that is until recent months when I’ve had the time to figure out how to make it in interesting ways. This is one of them. I skipped the pineapple salsa, but it looks good (and pineapple is good for implantation, they say). The salad is dressed with a dressing made from fresh raspberries—a nice complement to the spicy chicken.

jerk chick

jerk chicken

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From The Anti-Inflammation Diet and Recipe Book, by Jessica K. Black:  TANGY CRUSTED SALMON

This is a nice and easy and interesting salmon dish, perfectly paired with asparagus. Be careful not to bake it too long.

tangy salmon

tangy crusted salmon

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From Meals That Heal Inflammation, by Julie Daniluk:  DIJON CHICKEN

This is ridiculous-delicious. Very rich and satisfying. Pair with a lightly dressed and crispy-crunchy California-style salad.

dijon chick

dijon chicken

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Enjoy! And click here for Part One.

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  1. Julia

     /  March 11, 2014

    Wow! You’ve been busy! Looks so yummy and healthy!

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  2. Yum! Such great inspiration. I think I’ll make the bean and pesto dish tonight.

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  3. Mmmmmm. So hungry… that white bean bowl looks amazing and I can’t stop thinking about it! Must try!

    Reply
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