A super easy and quick meal to make during the week for a healthy dinner. The combination of honey and garlic blends perfectly with shrimps, while the addition of soy sauce and ginger gives it an extra tang.
Pan sear filet mignon in a cast iron skillet once and you will NEVER grill it again, We promise!
The secret to cooking the perfect pan-seared filet mignon is to combine pan searing with an oven finish. This gives you a slightly crusted outside with a juicy tender inside.
This combination of mussels with plenty of garlic and parsley is a great end of summer dish to enjoy. Look for a flat noodle like pasta such as trenette, tagliatelle, fettuccine or linguine which work best with this dish.
Yield: 4 Servings
Time: 50 Minutes
Cooking our salmon portions in the over can’t get any simpler or easier. Line a baking sheet with foil for easy clean-up, pop it in the oven, and 15 minutes later you’ve got an easy meal. While the salmon is cooking, whip up the sauce and cut up the veggies. These healthy baked salmon tacos are perfect for a gourmet meal during busy weeknights.
Yield: 8-10 Tacos
Time: 50 Minutes
Poaching quince in liquid with sugar is the best way to bring them into their finest. They need some added sweetness, and this also is a two-for-one deal, because you not only get beautifully cooked fruit but an aromatic syrup, too, that is good for many things around the kitchen.
Frozen fruits and veggies are pre-cut, washed, ready to go, and downright convenient. As their nutrition profile goes, freezing fruits and veggies at their peak can actually be a healthier option than buying out-of-season produce. Click on our frozen produce section and toss a few bags of these goodies in your cart for a healthy dose of fruit and veggies year round.
Quest Bars were created from a simple idea: food should taste as good as it is good for you with zero compromises. We set out to deliver something that no one had done before and believed that with enough hard work and innovation food could be delicious and good for you. People eat for enjoyment rather than sustenance. That’s why Quest is driven to engineer foods that don’t compromise on taste or nutrition.
Beef tenderloin is the most expensive cut of meat on the steer. At a good butcher or supermarket, a trimmed center-cut tenderloin can cost you a fortune! But there are ways to minimize that cost. The best way is to buy the tenderloin whole and untrimmed, and trim it yourself.