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AICR Test Kitchen



Every dish has been rigorously tested and approved by AICR recipe developers, dietitians and staff.



Published: Wed, 19 Jan 2011 11:19:32 -0500

Last Build Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2011 11:20:18 -0500

 



Spice up your dinner with this Moroccan Baked Tilapia recipe.

Wed, 19 Jan 2011 11:19:32 -0500

Fresh from the AICR Test Kitchen – January 17, 2010



Try this nourishing and satisfying Mushroom Barley Soup – perfect for January weather.

Mon, 10 Jan 2011 12:05:20 -0500

Fresh from the AICR Test Kitchen



Top off your special meal with Sparkling Apple Crumple, an elegant, but easy holiday dessert that sparkles.

Mon, 20 Dec 2010 12:23:33 -0500

Fresh from the AICR Test Kitchen – December 20, 2010



Enjoy Mediterranean Chicken Breast Stuffed with Spinach for healthy winter fare.

Mon, 13 Dec 2010 15:55:48 -0500

Fresh from the AICR Test Kitchen – December 13, 2010



Get your veggies with this zesty meatless stew, a perfect warming meal this winter.

Thu, 2 Dec 2010 10:51:02 -0500

Fresh from the AICR Test Kitchen – November 29, 2010



Try a tasty and healthier version of the holiday favorite Green Bean Casserole.

Mon, 22 Nov 2010 15:47:21 -0500

Fresh from the AICR Test Kitchen – Green Bean Casserole, November 22, 2010



Make a quick and tasty chicken cacciatore – a classic made easy.

Mon, 15 Nov 2010 14:44:46 -0500

Fresh from the AICR Test Kitchen – November 15, 2010. Creating classic tastes doesn’t have to be time consuming or difficult, as proven by this week’s recipe. It combines the goodness of chicken with the timeless taste of tomatoes, all set off with traditional Italian spices.



Make a bowl of chicken soup into a meal.

Fri, 5 Nov 2010 16:25:29 -0400

Fresh from the AICR Test Kitchen –October 25, 2010



Bake a moist, fluffy and healthy pumpkin bundt cake – ideal for the season.

Wed, 27 Oct 2010 10:24:57 -0400

Low-fat baking can be a minefield. Recipes that look good on paper may turn out well or they may produce disappointing results. A perfect example of a recent flop was a pumpkin bread recipe that I came across in a magazine. [read more] Fresh from the AICR Test Kitchen – October 25, 2010



Autumn Pear Crisp

Thu, 7 Oct 2010 16:46:33 -0400

Pears are at their peak this time of year. Here's the lowdown on pear varieties, how to eat them, plus a delicious Pear Crisp recipe from AICR's Fall newsletter. Download the PDF, see page 11.



Enjoy crusty, crispy and flavorful chicken with no frying.

Tue, 5 Oct 2010 12:54:38 -0400

Fresh from the AICR Test Kitchen – October 4, 2010



Try this creamy southern-style cornbread with some added goodies.

Mon, 27 Sep 2010 13:10:31 -0400

Soft Cornbread with Black Beans Fresh from the AICR Test Kitchen –September 27, 2010



Take a break from baked fish and try a steamed halibut with garden fresh vegetables.

Thu, 23 Sep 2010 11:00:48 -0400

Steamed Halibut with Ginger and Green Beans Light, different and tasty all describe this week’s recipe. Since it features fish, you can add to that list a healthy measure of nutritional value. The name “halibut” originates from the Middle English term hali, meaning holy, because the fish was often eaten only on holy and fasting days. And since butte meant flatfish, the halibut could be literally known as “holy flatfish.” Ecologically, Pacific halibut is a good choice and it contains beneficial omega-3 fatty acids. Steaming it produces a nice light flaky texture. The coarse sea salt with its crusty quality and hint of ocean-like flavor is the ideal rub for the fish. The ginger imparts a pungent and spicy quality. The soy sauce gives a pleasant Asian accent. The sesame oil, with its rich amber color and aroma, is a great way to cut out the butter normally associated with cooking fish. Sesame oil’s smokiness blends well with the somewhat sweet essence of the peanut oil producing a distinctive flavor. The cilantro completes the combination of oils and provides a sprinkle of color to the fillets. The green beans add color and fresh garden taste and texture to the dish. So take a break from baked, poached or fried fish and create a dish that is sure to surprise and please.



How do you make a creamy spinach dish without cream? See today's Health-e-Recipe.

Wed, 15 Sep 2010 11:00:05 -0400

Tandoori Spinach: Fresh for the AICR Test Kitchen - September 14, 2010



Summer and autumn meet in this Curried Chicken Salad recipe.

Mon, 13 Sep 2010 16:23:29 -0400

Fresh from the AICR Test Kitchen –September 13, 2010



Healthy and Colorful Collards

Wed, 8 Sep 2010 09:38:01 -0400

A Southern Favorite – healthy and colorful collards. Fresh from the AICR Test Kitchen