Black Bean and Green Chile Salsa

This salsa is without a doubt, my favorite!  It’s sweet corn and earthy cilantro cut the spiciness of the chiles.  It looks absolutely wonderful on any table.  And as summer approaches, all of these ingredients are fresh and in season at your local supermarket. Make sure to use fresh lime juice and fresh cilantro in this dish, the bottled or dried just doesn’t do!  Also, for a slightly milder flavor, omit the red onions.  You can also try adding some freshly minced garlic for a variation.  Lastly, be sure to use fresh or…

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Zucchini Egg Casserole

Prep your veggies for this egg casserole ahead of time to save time!  You can use it for breakfast, brunch, or even brinner.  At only 225 Calories per serving, you can add your favorite fruit or some whole grain toast to make it a complete meal.  Happy Eating!   Prep time: About 30 minutes Bake: About 40 minutes Serves: 8 Ingredients: 3 cups thinly sliced zucchini (about 2 medium) ½ cup finely chopped onion ½ cup finely chopped red bell pepper 1 Tbsp Olive Oil 1 ½ cups corn kernels…

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Classic Green Chile Stew

Every year when the temperature drops, I start thinking soups and stews.  They are such a great way to get a complete meal in one pot!  For this one, you can let it cook low and slow in a slow cooker, or you can cook in on the stovetop.  This stew is easy (about 20 minutes of prep time–depending on how fast you chop)!  Prep veggies ahead of time to save time. This stew is high protein, gluten free, and can be made easily for a large crowd Makes 4…

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