Cooking Light | Healthy Recipes, Nutrition Tips & Guides
Find quick and healthy recipes, nutrition tips, entertaining menus, and fitness guides to help you make smart choices for a healthy lifestyle from Cooking Light magazine.
Posted: Monday Oct 19, 2020
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33+ Healthy Instant Pot Recipes | Cooking Light
Posted: (3 days ago) Gone are the days of your mom's this-might-explode pressure cooker. Now we’re in a new era with the ultra-useful Instant Pot.Programmable to do everything from slow cooking to yogurt-making, this sleek plug-in pressure cooker is a go-to for anyone looking to whip up a quick dinner or do some batch cooking on the weekends.
45 Healthy Air Fryer Recipes | Cooking Light
Posted: (2 days ago) Meet the air fryer, the miracle kitchen gadget that every healthy cook should have. Essentially a small convection oven, an air fryer works by circulating hot air up to 400 degrees around your food, transforming it into crispy perfection without all the oil or butter you'd normally need.
10 Foods Diabetics Should Eat Daily | Cooking Light
Posted: (2 days ago) Oranges, grapefruits, clementines - research suggests that consumption of citrus fruit has a positive, long-term effects on blood sugar, as well as cholesterol levels, thanks to the anti-inflammatory compound hesperidin and a healthy dose of soluble fiber.
57 Healthy Chicken Thigh Recipes | Cooking Light
Posted: (3 days ago) Skin-on, bone-in chicken thighs take a while to cook through. Starting on the stove top and moving to the oven is the most foolproof way to get perfectly crisp skin and meat that’s cooked all the way through.
Sunchokes: What They Are and How to Cook Them | Cooking Light
Posted: (3 days ago) The big knobby root vegetable, otherwise known as a sunchoke, has gained increasing attention in recent years at farmers’ markets across the country due to its versatility, quick-cooking nature, minimal prep time, and nutty flavor profile.
Can I Peel and Slice Potatoes Ahead of Time? | Cooking Light
Posted: (2 days ago) Bigger cuts, on the other hand, can hang out happily in water for 8-12 hours. One of the best ways to use this trick is when making mashed potatoes—you don’t have to cut them small and you’ll be adding liquid anyway. In the morning, put peeled, quartered potatoes in a pot of cold water and refrigerate; when it’s time for dinner, just put the pot on the stovetop and fire it up!