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Chicken Kabobs

Grilled chicken kabobs are an irresistible and effortless main course that’s sure to please everyone at your dinner table. Plus, they’re an excellent way to incorporate more veggies into your diet!

These chicken kabobs are made with tender, juicy breasts marinated in an aromatic blend of olive oil, garlic and fresh rosemary. They’re then skewered with onions, peppers and mushrooms for a delectable Mediterranean-style dish perfect for summer cookouts!

To make these tasty grilled chicken kabobs, first soak your chicken in a brine of salt and water for 15 minutes. Doing this helps draw out excess liquid from the meat while keeping it from drying out. After that’s done, rinse, pat dry, then cut it into bite-size pieces.

Next, combine all of the marinade ingredients in a small bowl, zip-top bag or baking dish. Next, add your chicken and vegetables, stirring to mix thoroughly. Allow it to rest for at least an hour before threading onto skewers.

Once you’ve done this, you can now grill the kabobs on your barbecue over medium-high heat for 5-8 minutes per side. Be sure to keep an eye on them and rotate them several times during cooking so that all sides get evenly cooked.

Lemon juice is an invaluable addition to this marinade, as it helps break down tough fibers in the chicken and makes them tender and delectable! However, be careful not to let the acidity of the lemon juice remain in the marinade too long or else your chicken may end up rubbery.

Finally, your chicken and vegetable kabobs should be cooked until they’re thoroughly cooked and the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees F. You can check this with a thermometer, but it’s best to trust your judgement and cook until you’re satisfied with the results!

This dish is an inventive take on the classic Greek chicken kebab. We use the same delicious marinade we use for our Greek chicken salad, making it the ideal quick and easy weeknight dinner option!

Sweet Potatoes with Chipotle

This sweet potato casserole recipe pairs thinly sliced potatoes with a chipotle cream sauce for an easier alternative than scalloped sweet potatoes. You’re sure to love this dish any time of the year!

Make these ahead of time and store in an airtight container to enjoy later. They make a wonderful side dish for dinners with grilled meats, roasted vegetables or soups and stews. Plus you can freeze any leftovers in an airtight container for up to four weeks!

For this dish, you’ll need fresh sweet potatoes, sour cream or creme fraiche, sugar, maple syrup, salt, chipotle paste and cinnamon. Combine all the ingredients and stir until well combined.

If you want to add some spice, sprinkle on some sriracha or chipotle in adobo before baking. Or, for extra kick, stir in some crushed red pepper flakes before serving.

This sweet potato casserole combines the sweet potatoes and spicy chipotle peppers for an irresistible combination. Not only is it simple to make, but it will definitely become a hit at any party or meal!

To prepare these nutritious sweet potatoes, preheat your oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper and arrange the potatoes on it. Drizzle some oil over them and season generously with salt; bake until tender (35 to 45 minutes).

Once the potatoes are cooked, drain them and transfer to a large bowl. Pour over the sour cream or creme fraiche mixture over them, then top off with chopped parsley for decoration.

Serve this dish as a side with fish, poultry or steak for an irresistible fall meal!

Another delicious way to flavor this dish is by adding smoked or spicy sausage, such as chorizo. You could also incorporate smoked ham or bacon for additional flavoring.

This quick and simple side dish pairs perfectly with roasting meats like chicken, pork or venison – you could even make it for Thanksgiving dinner! The combination of cinnamon and chipotle gives the potatoes a sweet yet smoky flavor that pairs beautifully with other dishes.

Strawberry Salad

Strawberry Salad is a summertime classic perfect for picnics. It’s simple to make with fresh ingredients and tastes delicious! Enjoy it as is or with some grilled meat or as a light lunch on its own – or bring it along to summer parties!

This strawberry salad recipe calls for a zesty champagne vinaigrette and fresh arugula greens, and it’s the perfect way to use up any extra strawberries that may be on sale! Plus, this dish comes together quickly – just minutes!

This salad is finished off with crumbled feta cheese, adding an extra layer of flavor. You can substitute the feta for creamy goat cheese or blue cheese if you’d prefer.

Another great thing about this salad is its homemade dressing, which requires only a few ingredients and takes only 15 minutes to prepare. The secret lies in slowly whisking in oil to create a creamy emulsion that sticks to the greens instead of becoming too wet.

Dress this salad with either a straightforward balsamic vinaigrette or poppy seed dressing. If desired, substitute the honey in the dressing for agave or maple syrup for an even lighter touch.

This salad is the ideal combination of sweet and savory tastes, making it a great meal choice for any celebration! Plus, using up those extra strawberries from your fridge is an easy way to use up those pesky pre-picked strawberries! This nutritious dish includes baby spinach, arugula, and strawberries.

I also love adding avocado, which gives the salad a creamy, rich texture. It’s packed full of healthy fats and antioxidants. For an extra crunch factor, try adding some nuts or pecans.

Add the dressing and you’re ready! Refrigerate until serving time for added freshness.

This strawberry salmon salad is the ideal spring and summer dish! It’s light but packed with protein to keep you full for hours – plus, it’s budget friendly! Feel free to substitute shredded chicken or roasted chicken thighs in place of the salmon for even more deliciousness!


Vegetables are an integral part of many diets and provide essential nutrition. Not only do they contain many essential vitamins and minerals, but their high fiber content makes them a great source of energy as well.

Vegetables can be divided into four main categories: dark green vegetables, red and orange veggies, starchy veggies, and legumes (beans and peas). Other popular vegetable varieties include cucumbers, spinach, kale, broccoli Brussels sprouts cabbage carrots peppers tomatoes and potatoes.

Vegetables offer a vibrant palette of colors, flavors and textures as well as essential vitamins, minerals and carbohydrates. Furthermore, vegetables are low in calories – making them ideal for weight loss efforts.

Vegetables come in many different ways, and adding them to your clean food crush recipes is an excellent way to add flavor and health benefits. Experiment with different cooking methods and ingredients until you find the combination of flavors that you enjoy most.

Vegetables are an excellent source of protein and fiber, making them a nutritious addition to any diet. You can find them in various forms such as fresh, frozen, canned, or dried – the possibilities are endless!

Vegetables not only offer an abundance of vitamins and minerals, but they are also high in fiber which has a beneficial effect on blood sugar levels. Furthermore, vegetables contain abundant antioxidants which can shield your body from free radical damage while improving overall wellbeing.

When selecting vegetables, opt for darker green and red varieties as these are packed with vitamins A and C and contain higher concentrations of nutrients than other veggies. Vegetables also provide a great source of Vitamin K – important for bone health.

Vegetables are an integral part of any healthy diet and can be used in a variety of dishes like soups, salads, grilling or roasting, as well as stir-frying. Plus they provide valuable nutritional benefits like calcium, folic acid, potassium and iron.

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