Many times I stood at the dairy foods aisle wondering “what does cottage cheese taste like?” After minutes of pondering over this issue, I would select my usual groceries and head home with this question at the back of my mind. It never went away until I finally decided to try it out and see what the fuss was all about.
When I’m looking for a delicious food that goes with anything, I never hesitate to fry tofu. Fried tofu provides all of the crunches that I desire from dishes like tempura or tonkatsu, and it requires no meat, which means that I don’t have to sweat the fat as much. Whether I deep-fry the food or fry it up in my skillet with some sesame oil, I can’t get enough of the soy-based entrée, and in this guide, I’m going to show you exactly how wonderful frying up tofu can be.
Recently, I’ve decided to up my probiotic intake, and fermented bananas have become a major part of my diet. I’ve done this because this is a great way to lose weight, make digestion smoother, and to experience a general boost in my health. These bananas have made me feel healthier, and when coupled with Greek yogurt, other fermented foods, and daily supplements, they fit nicely.
Have you ever made chicken breast on a George Foreman grill? I have owned one of these grills for years, but the only thing that I ever made on it was burgers. I intentionally avoided preparing chicken breast on the grill because I was afraid that it would stick and be difficult to clean.
The delicious grilled sandwich called a panini can be made with various types of bread leaving many to wonder what the best panini bread really is. The good news is that a variety of breads add unique flavors to the panini. Here are some of the best bread for panini that I love making.