As a part of Williams-Sonoma’s Juice Week, I wanted to branch out and experiment with some ingredients I’ve never used before. I’ve been seeing fennel at Trader Joe’s so I decided to started experimenting with it. There are so many amazing health benefits that I didn’t even know about! Did you know fennel is great for:
I love the diversity of this vegetable!
I recently had some fennel roasted with olive oil and thyme in this recipe and it was sooooo good! I also added a little drizzle of balsamic glaze on top which added that extra something special to really make it pop! I think all roasted veggies taste amazing with balsamic glaze and am kind of obsessed with putting it on everything lately!
Ok, back to the fennel! I decided to add it to today’s juice. It has subtle licorice flavor that really goes well with citrus.
Salmon fillets seasoned with a garlic, Dijon herb sauce and served with a squeeze of fresh lemon… delicious!! Happy Wednesday! I’m busy as a bee, working on my cookbook so I wanted to share a recipe from the archives. Salmon is one of my favorite fish dishes to make, and this is a fabulous way...
Recipe courtesy of Claire Robinson Total Time:20 minPrep:10 minCook:10 minYield:18 cookiesLevel:Easy Nutritional Analysis/Per Serving Calories137Total Fat7 gSaturated Fat1 gProtein3 gTotal Carbohydrates14 gSugar12 gFiber1 gCholesterol12 mgSodium164 mg Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies Ingredients1 cup natural peanut butter1 cup sugar1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract1 large egg, lightly beatenCoarse sea salt, for sprinklingDirectionsPreheat the oven to 350 degrees F and...