Two nice surprises in this slaw that zip up the taste a bit - shredded carrots and dry onion flakes. This recipe makes a bunch - enough for twelve - and is a snap to double or triple, if you 're inviting a crowd.
Rather than a heavy coating, these chicken fingers are lightly covered in a spicy ground almond and whole-wheat flour mixture that'll have the kids forgetting about fast food and begging for this dinnertime treat. Click here to visit the new home of KitchenDaily!
This is a three cabbage slaw - green, red, and napa - but the real delight is the dressing. It is made with creamy peanut butter laced with brown sugar, fresh ginger, and garlic - and a bit of oil, vinegar, and soy sauce.
This time of year, salad takes center stage. It's fast, it's fresh, and a little protein makes it a complete no-fuss meal. In this dish, the chicken is crunchy, the nectarines sweet, and the tangy dressing ties it all together. If you can't find chicken tenderloins, look for thin cutlets, which work just as well.