Ever wonder what to do with fresh corn-on–the-cob besides eating it straight from the cob? I did, and this tomato corn curry rice is what I came up with. Super simple. Super tasty. Light and refreshing!
Today we’re cooking primarily with cans – restaurant-size cans for restaurant or home use.
We’ve selected the following: I’m going to give you the brand along with the ingredients and size can, just to give the people who produced the product some credit for a job well done.
102 oz. can Dunbar’s Sweet Bell Pepper Mixed Strips (mixed means multi-colored – they contain 0 fat and 0 sodium so of course are packed in water)
102 oz. can Gordon CHOICE Sliced Stewed Tomatoes (contains 0 fat)
117 oz. can BUSH’S Bean Pot Vegetarian Baked Beans (contains 0 fat)
STEWED TOMATO BEAN POT
Vegetarian baked beans mixed with caramelized red onion, multi-colored pepper strips, stewed tomatoes and carrot matchsticks. A light-flavored and colored sesame seed oil teamed with Balsamic vinegar and garlic create the rich foundation that brings together all ingredients, elevating them in one simple yet elegant main…
A simple, nutritious and tasty rice dish made with white and wild rice with a pumpkin seed crumble add. Seasoned with turmeric, mustard and rosemary – a little sweet, a little sour and a little vegan yeast to give a hint of cheese. Garnished with fresh tarragon leaves!
White and wild rices, cashews and raisins seasoned with garlic, saffron and mint. Served with orange zest, and a maple syrup and extra virgin olive oil drizzle! Takes me someplace I haven’t been before and I like it. Steve loves it. Elegant, he remarked. And delicious! Mostly fat-free!
Long grain white rice cooked with coriander, paprika, celery seed and smoke flavor. Tossed with sweet red peppers and Heinz Classic Barbecue Sauce. Simple, easy to make. Sweet, tangy and hot. If desired, mix with a steamed green vegetable! I used peas with great results!
A simple fried wild rice dish with broccoli, sauteed onion and celery, with fresh carrot ribbons. A little curry, garlic, salt and pepper is all you need to season. A low fat rice dish made to please and satisfy!
Animal-free hot dog slices sauteed with charred onion, then cooked in a Balsamic, brown sugar and garlic marinade. Mixed with canned baked beans, pinto beans and soy bacon bits. Nobody would notice the absence of fat. Rich and delicious!