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Savory Magazine January/February 2016


Chocolate-Covered Popcorn

Satisfy your craving for something salty and sweet with this recipe for chocolate-covered popcorn. Freshly popped and salted (or not) popcorn kernels are drizzled with bittersweet chocolate, and then left to harden into a chocolaty treat. Makes 2 quarts (8 cups) chocolate-covered popcorn.


Lemon chicken with zucchini

Get a head start on this zesty dish by preparing the chicken breasts and vegetables up to a day ahead. Next day, just preheat the oven, top with cheese and roast.


Kale, shiitake and pear salad with tofu-cashew croutons

You’ve never had croutons like these—but they’re bound to become a favorite. This is a vegan-friendly recipe.


Poached chicken breast with broccolini and sesame vinaigrette

A simple, flavorful meal that is perfect for days when you want something light.


Sweet Buffalo Shrimp

Worcestershire sauce and garlic combine with brown sugar to coat these shrimp in flavor. This simple recipe cooks in 20 minutes, so you can quickly throw it together before guests arrive. Bonus: The sauce can be used to coat chicken wings, drumettes or drumsticks just as easily for a versatile snack or meal.


Yogurt with pear and pomegranate

Once you try this delicious, good-for-you snack you’ll be inspired to come up with your own fruity yogurt creations.


Waldorf club sandwich

A classic salad is transformed into a satisfying double-decker sandwich.


No-bake peanut butter oat clusters

Yes, this is a little indulgent, but it really hits the spot when it’s 4 p.m. and you really need something to tide you over until dinner. This is a great lunchbox treat, too.


Easy veggie lasagna

Even the most hardened carnivore won’t miss the meat in this substantial lasagna. Look for the sliced portabella mushrooms and mixed vegetables in the produce section.


Toast with hummus and avocado

Spruce up your morning toast with a schmear of hummus and some avocado. The result: A satisfying breakfast that’s quick, tasty and full of protein and fiber.


Hearty chicken and veggie Soup

Despite the curry flavoring, this soup fits in perfectly with the Med diet. Lots of veggies, olive oil, a little (but not too much) lean protein, rice and lentils combine to make this a winner.


Parcel baked salmon with potato and green beans

This simple technique seals in flavor without using any additional fat. Serve with a glass of Pinot Noir and you have a complete meal.


Pasta with avocado and salmon

Adding slightly more expensive ingredients, like salmon and avocado, to pasta makes them go a lot further without affecting flavor.


Tilapia baked in parchment with coconut rice

Cooking fish in parchment packets lets you seal in flavor with very little fat.


Vegetarian chili tacos

Hearty, wholesome and delicious, vegetarian chili is one of the most economical meals you can make.


Stir fried beef with spicy veggies and peanut sauce

If you love peanut sauce, this is the dish for you. Make sure you have all the ingredients lined up and ready to go and you can have dinner on the table in less than 15 min.


Vegetable Stir-fry with sesame, cucumber and egg

Slices of cucumber are delicious briefly stir-fried and add a nice bit of crunch to this vegetarian dish.


Thai chicken soup with eggs and snow peas

A little curry paste goes a long way, so start with 1 tbsp and add more if you like a stronger, spicier flavor.

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