Food, Kid Friendly, Main Dish, No Added Sugar, No Dairy, No Gluten, No Nuts, No Wheat, Quick, Side Dish

1-Pot Beef and Bok Choy Sir-Fry

We’re bonkers for bok choy! Mild and tender baby bok choy—a Chinese cabbage—are tossed with ground beef and lots of spices. Green cabbage is a perfect substitute. Share as a side by itself or as a main dish served with rice. I usually serve this Seasoned Beef and Bok Choy with brown rice and sliced […]

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Appetizer, Food, Kid Friendly, Main Dish, No Added Oil, No Added Sugar, No Dairy, No Gluten, No Nuts, No Wheat, Quick, Side Dish, Vegetarian

Avocado Egg Salad

It’s amazing. It’s awesome. It’s avocado. It’s Avocado Egg Salad! Quick and easy, and cooks in one pot (recipe includes method of boiling eggs that’s both simple and forgiving). 🌿 🌿 🌿 🌿 Read more: Bacon + Peas Pasta | Bacon + Spinach Pasta | Bacon + Green Beans Sauté Tips: These are helpful tips we use in our kitchen for getting […]

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Appetizer, Food, Kid Friendly, Main Dish, No Added Oil, No Added Salt, No Added Sugar, No Dairy, No Nuts, Quick, Side Dish

5-Ingredient Bacon, Spinach and Tomato Pasta

Here’s another lunch obsession! Everyone can indulge in this light but delish Bacon and Spinach Pasta. Tools for the cook: large all-purpose pan cooking spoon cutting board and knife or kitchen shears strainer can opener Tips for easy prep: Cut up to 4 bacon slices up with kitchen shears. Use the same plate or bowl the […]

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Appetizer, Filipino, Food, Kid Friendly, Main Dish, No Added Oil, No Added Sugar, No Dairy, No Nuts, Quick, Side Dish

30-Minute Beef and Green Beans Stir-Fry

Beef and Green Beans Stir-Fry—a light and tasty Filipino dish which translates to “Ginisang Baka at Sitaw”—is inspired by mom and loved by my little ones. Quick and easy, and cooks in one pan. Helpful Tools For The Cook: If you’re using fresh garlic and onion, you’ll need a cutting board and knife. If you’re using […]

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Appetizer, Filipino, Food, Kid Friendly, Main Dish, No Added Oil, No Added Sugar, No Dairy, No Nuts

1-Pot Filipino Chicken Adobo

Chicken Adobo is simple, fragrant and tasty—the ultimate Filipino comfort food. This Filipino Chicken Adobo recipe is inspired by my mom and has never failed pleasing all types of crowds (read: picky kids). Quick and easy to make with only 7 ingredients. Share as an appetizer by itself or as a main dish served with brown rice. Cooks in one pan or pot and ready in about 45 minutes. “Adobo” means marinade but this Filipino Chicken Adobo recipe doesn’t call for marinating before cooking. Just throw in all the ingredients in a pan or pot and let it marinate while simmering.

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