Years ago we went to a friend's house to celebrate his birthday. She made us these navajo tacos and this cucumber limeade. Fresh homemade fry bread, your favorite meat, beans, piled high with lettuce, pico, salsa, and of course guacamole, This meal is always a win in our family.Navajo Fry Bread In the recipe card below is a handed down family recipe for homemade fry bread that will knock your socks off. It is also a little more work and time intensive than I often have time for so I do . . .
Years ago my friend brought this sweet salsa recipe over for book club. We loved it so much it became a regular appetizer for book club, parties and even just for snacking. This sweet salsa is light yet filling, savory and sweet healthy and delicious. All the good things.It's quite easy to make. All it takes it a little chopping, stirring and its seriously done. How to make Sweet Salsa Sweet salsa is a blend of fresh fruit, a few herbs and beans. I like to start by draining and rinse my . . .
I really haven't ever met a soul who does not love a good bowl of guacamole!? (not that they don't exist!) I have a secret ingredient to my own recipe that always has friends asking for the recipe! Wanna know what it is? I'll tell ya, just not yet. It seems there are two types of guacamole people out there. Smooth guac and Chunky guac people. I like mine somewhere in-between but love both! and will eat both! however, depending on who I am serving the guacamole to will depend on how smooth . . .
It's been awhile since I've done a post! It's good to be back! Back with a fun, healthy taco dish that your family will love. It's a bit of a twist on the traditional ground beef, pinto bean cheesy taco, this one has a mediterranean feel! The best part, it literally takes at most 20 minutes to make, so if you are having one of THOSE days, which let's be honest happens to me about 4 out of the 7 days a week, this meal is a perfect go to.Lentil tacos are rich with protein, low in fat, . . .
That time between Christmas and New Year's is tough. You have all these goals of kale and protein shakes for every meal, multiple mornings at the gym a week, and of course, no sugar. Bleh. But your people are still on vacation and everybody is still partying and you just have to finish off that fudge, right? What's a girl (or super-awesomly-handy-in-the-kitchen-guy) to do?Make this absolutely delicious salad. Just to start the transition to healthy, new beginnings. I recently bought a . . .