1 lb Strawberries
1 Lime, juice and zest
¼ cup Onions (Optional)
1-2 tbsp Cilantro
This salsa is delicious and soooo easy to make. Dice the strawberries, jalapenos and onions. Add
the lime and cilantro and you’re done! Boom! So Simple! Now, I don’t put onions in mine,
which is why it’s optional. Like it extra spicy? No problem. Just add more jalapenos. I’m not very
big on salt either but feel free to add some to your liking. Pair this with pita chips for an
awesome appetizer. I love eating this with grilled fish or chicken.
Asparagus and goat cheese stuffed chick breast
4 skinless, boneless chick breasts
1 tbsp Extra virgin olive oil (EVOO)
1 pd Trimmed Asparagus
1 log Goat Cheese
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place chicken breast side up and carefully slice parallel to skin
down the length of the breast. DO NOT cut all the way through the breast. Season however you
like. I use pepper and Mrs. Dash Table Blend.
In large stainless steel or cast iron skillet, add 1 tbsp. olive oil over medium-high heat. When oil
is hot but not yet smoking, add chicken breasts skin side down, leaving as much space between
them as possible. Cook until skin is golden brown and releases easily when moved, 4 to 5
minutes. Flip and repeat on remaining side. Turn off heat and let cool for few minutes.
Once cool enough to handle, stuff cavities of each chicken breast with cheese and asparagus.
Trim or cut the asparagus into pieces to help them fit better in the pocket. Bake until chicken is
cooked through and cheese is melted; 8 to 10 minutes.
Season the salmon however you like. I prefer the Caribbean Citrus Seasoning Blend from Mrs.
Dash. Sometimes I just do pepper…I don’t cook a lot with salt. Make sure the grill is oiled
properly to keep it from sticking. Grill the salmon over medium heat. If the heat is high, you risk
burning the outside of the salmon. Grill for 3-4 minutes per inch of thickness on each side.
Guacamole and pita chips
3 Large Avocados
GUAC!! Who doesn’t like guacamole?! All you really need to make guacamole is ripe avocados
and salt. After that, a little lime, chopped cilantro, onions, and tomato. Make sure you use ripe
avocados. The trick for picking them out is to check their firmness. It should feel like a baby’s
butt. If it’s too soft then it’s not good and if it’s too hard then it’s not ripe yet.
Cut the avocados in half, remove the seen and scoop out the avocado with a spoon. Mash with
a fork. I like chunky guac so don’t mash a lot. Then add all your other ingredients. Taste as you
add your ingredients and adjust according to what you want.
BBQ Chick Pizza
Whole Wheat Naan
I absolutely love making BBQ Chicken Pizza! Grill, bake or cook the chicken however you like. I
season my chicken with Ms. Dash. While the chicken is cooking, dice up the onions, cut the
cilantro and spinach and put them in separate bowls. Grate the cheese into a bowl…I like mine
with mozzarella. Pour your favorite BBQ sauce in a bowl as well. All of this helps making the
Once the chicken is cooked, shred or cut into pieces. Drizzle olive oil on the Naan, spread your
BBQ sauce evenly and add your toppings as you see fit. Bake in the oven for 10-15 minutes on
350 and voila!