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Pork Pepper-o-nuts!

 

Here’s a new twist to my new Asian find recipe. I just added something to this pork in peppers to make it “interesting”, by blending two kinds of recipes. The result was fantastic!

For you folks with a taste for something Asian, this one is a must try. It’s very versatile, you can use chicken instead of pork with it. It’s low carb and gluten free, too!

Click here for the Pork Pepper-o-nuts recipe. For more choices, you can visit Craving Haven. Thanks!

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Posted by on October 31, 2012 in Asian Foods, Gluten Free, Low Carb, Pork

 

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This is what I make every time I feel my hunger pangs start up. It doesn’t only curb my hunger, it’s very filling and healthy, too!

You can make it in less than 10 minutes, and best if served chilled. Click here for the Cucumber Salad Recipe. For more healthy recipes, you can visit Craving Haven for more choices. Thank you!

 

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Chile Chicken

This dish is commonly cooked in Asian counties, and in the Philippines, this is known to be as “halang-halang“, or spiced food. It is a perfect recipe for the fall season because of its spiciness. You can serve it with rice, bread or even when you are drinking with your buddies, otherwise known as “pulutan“, or finger foods (I mean, you can use the fork :))
For the recipe, please click HERE. For more of these Asian recipes, you can visit CRAVING HAVEN. Thank you!

 

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No Pasta Lasagna!

 


I love pasta, but because of the lifestyle that I chose to follow I just can’t eat more of it without having the loads of guilt, not mentioning the carbs. BUT, I have found a recipe to save me from all that mouth-watering denial.
The NO PASTA LASAGNA! I can now indulge myself without the guilt, or the carbs…
Please click HERE for the Recipe. VIsit CRAVING HAVEN for more recipes. Thank You!

 

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Grilled Chicken Leg Quarters with Asparagus

 

This is a perfect meal if you don’t have much time in your hands or if you just feel lazy into cooking something fancy.

This is a light but hearty meal.
For the cooking preparation and basting ingredients, you can click HERE.

 

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Chicken in Avocado Salad

 

One of my favorites that I am sharing is the Chicken in Avocado Salad. This is very versatile since you can serve this as an appetizer, main dish or snacks. You can even serve this with tortilla wraps! It is also light for your tummy yet filling.
Try this recipe, you can click HERE to view the whole recipe. You can also visit Craving Haven for more yummy delights for your palate.

 
 

Sister’s and Cooking.

Last month was my sister’s birthday. As a personal tradition between sisters, I have always been the one who cooks for her birthday ever since because no one else would do it. She wouldn’t, but she’s got a lot of visitors coming in. Since, I wanted to do something for her ALWAYS, and the excuse to cook something is hard to refuse. I do it. EVERY YEAR. Not that I am complaining.
This year is no different. It has been five years since we had a get together. She arrived in the US 5 years ago, and this year my son and I arrived. I’m back to my familiar ground. KITCHEN.

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Posted by on October 18, 2012 in Uncategorized

 
 
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