To finish off your Tapas night, a little dessert: Apricots with Basil-Cream Cheese and Almonds. Well, maybe it falls in the cheese course category, but with the honey and the apricot it’s on the sweet side, so I’d eat them at the end of the meal. That doesn’t mean you can’t nosh on the at…
I’m bringing you the next Childhood Favorites Remade! This dish is something my mom made when I was in high school. Italian Apricot Chicken, which I’m now calling Italian Apricot Stew. It was super easy to make. I think this Italian Apricot Stew recipe stands the test of time. Still really easy, and super yummy, full flavored with lots of herbs and spices. Vegetarian or non-vegetarian.
You may remember, I started doing childhood favorites remade a couple of years ago. I wanted the new versions to reflect out current eating styles: healthier, less fat, no trans-fats, fewer processed items, more veggies, maybe even just tastier. So this Dried Apricot Jam is one of the ingredients in the final dish. But, this jam is also wonderful on morning toast! Come take a look at this easy to make year-round jam.
From Day 6 of my Healthy Eating Cleanse, I bring you The Ultimate Winter Bulgur Wheat. This one was delicious! And, I’d eat this even if I wasn’t on this cleanse.
a great rich apricot sauce over baked potatoes, onions, and carrots. This would be great for Thanksgiving dinner
Scallops with an Apricot Grill Sauce: Guest post by my good friend Wink (and his wife Pattie) for Seafood for the Future