With its polenta crust, homemade sauce and sautéed vegetables, this pizza is packed full of flavor, protein, and so much more. It's still pizza like you know and probably love, but it’s dairy and gluten-free, with the addition of Sneak’s new Vegan Protein Powder. You can use another protein powder of your choice if you so wish.Recipe courtesy of Sneakz.
This chicken noodle soup is a far cry from those of my childhood. Several things give this version its delicious flavor. First, chicken breasts are poached in a rich, aromatic stock to form the foundation. A mix of earthy sautéed mushrooms provides an umami touch. And, finally, some dry vermouth balances the soup’s richness.Market Note: Some grocery stores sell packages of mixed, sliced mushrooms including shiitakes, baby bellas, and oysters. This is a convenient way to buy them. If unavailable, use 4 to 6 ounces shiitakes (stems removed and mushrooms sliced) and 4 to 6 ounces baby bellas (trimmed and sliced through the stems).Cooking Tip: When this soup is made several hours or a day ahead, the noodles sometimesabsorb more of the liquid and make the soup thicker. Thin it with some purchased chicken broth if you like.Recipe excerpted from Soup Nights: Satisfying Soups and Sides for Delicious Meals All Year by Betty Rosbottom, Rizzoli New York, 2016. Click here to purchase your own copy.
"Since I live near Chicago, I've managed to sample more than my share of deep-dish pizzas. This recipe lets you recreate the best of my town — right in your town!"
— Lynn Hamilton, Naperville, Ill.
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Don’t let the name of this burger scare you — the only killer on the plate of Marble Lane’s secret "off-the-menu" burger is the taste, created from a tender beef patty topped with Comté cheese, a thick, juicy slice of tomato, avocado, and a fried egg. We liked stabbing our burgers with a knife as well because we thought it helped keep the mile-high creation together.Click here to see 50 Best Burger Recipes