Having regular and reliable meals is a great way of providing good nutrition for health and wellness. Planning for enjoyable food makes meals or snacks pleasurable and trying a new recipe can help add variety to repetitive meals.
Check out the Health4U recipe collections featuring MSU chefs and Health4U staff members to help spice up your routine!
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Classic preparation of rainbow trout with an elegant twist: a quick and easy pan sauce!
Classic Italian-American salad with fresh creamy basil dressing features a stacked caprese. Wrap the greens with a ribbon of cucumber for an over-the-top presentation.
Sorghum Banh Xéo Crepes
Banh Xéo is a crispy hot Vietnamese crepe. Xéo is the sizzling sound the batter makes as it cooks in the hot skillet. Traditionally, the fillings are cooked in the batter, the crispy crepe folded and served without utensils to be eaten out-of-hand.
Make this with homemade or store-bought Greek-style yogurt. Either way, it’s a simple, creamy, and delicious dessert.
I’ve got a feeling you’re going to love Chef Kurt’s twist on this traditional dish.