Posts tagged Katie Lee Recipe
My Thanksgiving Fake-Out Recipes!

The holiday season is all about spending time with family and friends, and eating delicious food, of course! It's crunch-time to get everything ready for the big day and these are a few of my favorite “fake-out” recipes that are simplified to make your Thanksgiving prepping stress-free! 

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Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad with Dates, Manchego and Almonds

Between the turkey, dressing, sweet potato casserole, and pies, oven real estate is scarce on Thanksgiving. In the past, I've always made roasted brussels sprouts and juggled what needed to go in the oven when.  This year, I'm giving myself a break with one less thing to take up that precious oven space -- I'm making my shaved brussels sprout salad instead. 

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Halloween Inspired Green Chicken Chili

Every Halloween at The Kitchen, our producers like to give us a good scare. To go along with all of the tricks, we are cooking up some treats.  I am sharing my recipe for Green Chicken Chili. Chili is perfect to serve for a crowd on Halloween because you can put it on the stove and let everyone serve themselves.  Set up a toppings bar with sour cream, cilantro, scallions, avocado, etc. I used a skull pan to make skull cheese crisps for garnish.

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Beastie Burgers

The second I land in Los Angeles, my mouth starts to water in anticipation of the famous In-N-Out Burger.  I love a double-double, animal style (that's code for double beef, double cheese, grilled onions and extra sauce).  I'm not ashamed to admit that there was an occasion that I ate THREE in one sitting.  Definitely didn't feel so hot the next day, but it was so good going down.  Anyhoo, I decided to try to recreate these burgers in my kitchen.  The results were even better than I expected! Definitely, try this at home.

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Chicken and Broccoli Twice-Baked Spaghetti Squash

I like to eat, portion control is not an option for me! Ha ha! So, I have to create healthy meals that I love but won't feel guilty about eating. This chicken and broccoli twice-baked spaghetti squash is one of those meals. It's so good, and so filling and so guilt free - spaghetti squash is only 42 calories per cup and it's full of fiber! I also love this because it can be a main dish, or with just a simple omission of chicken, it can be a side dish for a larger meal.

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Rao's + Tolerant Red Lentil Pasta

Katie Lee shares one of her favorite one pot meals. Rao's + Tolerant Red Lentil Pasta : My go-to “I don’t feel like cooking either” with Rao’s is to serve it over one of my other favorite products, Tolerant red lentil pasta.  The only ingredient in Tolerant is lentils and each serving boasts 21 grams of protein, 11 grams of fiber, and a full serving of vegetables.

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