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    Oven-fried, cornflake chicken bites are easy and healthy appetizer

    These “fried” chicken bites offer the best of both worlds. They’re actually baked in the oven, but crushed cornflakes give them that satisfying crunch of fried chicken — all while boasting a fraction of the calories, fat and artery-clogging saturated fat of traditional chicken nuggets. More:Pot Roast Shepherd’s Pie: A sensible and low-fat take on a favorite comfort food More:Guests won’t believe these chocolate truffles are made with dates and black beans More:Here’s how to revive dried vanilla beans and make your own vanilla extract Instead, they provide more muscle-building protein.  They’re the perfect crowd-pleasing appetizer on  

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    Pot Roast Shepherd’s Pie begins in the slow cooker for easy cooking

    Shepherd’s pie, traditionally a way to use up leftover meat, is a delicious and comforting dish. Comfort foods are often associated with eating that’s unhealthful, but that doesn’t have to be the case. It all comes down to finding the right balance in your ingredients and being mindful of portion sizes. More:Guests won’t believe these chocolate truffles are made with dates and black beans More:Impress holiday guests with a dessert starring roasted pears and candied pecans More:Lots of latke love at these metro Detroit restaurants and delis for Hanukkah In today’s shepherd’s pie recipe, we added lots  

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    Easy Grilled Chicken Recipes – The New York Times

    Chicken is easily the most searched for ingredient on New York Times Cooking, and it stands to reason: It’s economical, it’s widely available, it’s better for the climate than other meats. And it’s endlessly adaptable, a blank canvas for all sorts of preparations and vibrant, delicious seasonings. In the cold weather months, that means cozy soups, braises and burnished roasts. But in the summer, grilling becomes the method of choice, as it gets you out of a hot kitchen, and adds a layer of fire-kissed flavor and texture to the otherwise mild-mannered meat. You can always salt the dickens out  

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    15 Easy Tomato Recipes – The New York Times

    Perhaps you’ve already excitedly made gazpacho and pico de gallo and maybe even prepared a batch of red sauce for the freezer, but those perfectly ripe (and fresh) summer tomatoes at the market sure are tempting. So you lug home another few pounds of them, unable to resist but without a plan. Good news: New York Times Cooking has plenty. Below are more than a dozen recipes that put the quintessential fruit of the season front and center, so you won’t have regretted following their call. The nostalgia of eating a juicy tomato, sliced and tucked between slices of mayo-slathered  

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    14 Easy Dessert Recipes With Just 3 Ingredients – Brit + Co

    When it comes to dessert recipes, sometimes you just want something nice and simple to satisfy your sweet tooth. Yums like chocolate chip cookies or lemon lavender ice cream can be fun, but they often require a packed pantry full of ingredients and mix-ins. These drool-worthy recipes are made with just three (that’s right, THREE) ingredients or less. Whip up one of these sweet treats next time you’re in a pinch to quell a sugar craving. No-Bake Bonbons Easy Dessert Your browser does not support the video tag. Cream, butter, and chocolate chips form the base of the truffles. If  

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    Easy Dinner Recipes (Without Having to Cook Anything)

    Summer’s bounty is so vibrant and delicious on its own, it’s easy and enjoyable to forgo cooking by making the season’s produce the star of a dish. For a meal that’s as satisfying as one that you’ve spent all day cooking, focus on smart shopping and artful assembly. Here’s the formula to commit to memory: Select at least one variety of ripe raw fruit or vegetable, a prepared protein, a starch and seasonings, then combine them into a big salad, a generously topped toast, a hearty dip or an abundant snack tray. Choosing Ingredients By keeping just one or two  

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