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Easy One-Two Recipes for Spring… One Shopping Trip, Multiple Meals

If you’re ready to celebrate spring in the kitchen, pair chicken with favorite seasonal ingredients like watercress, artichokes and new potatoes for a fresh-tasting dish. Here are four new recipes that will save both time and money. With a little creative planning, one one-stop shopping can yield two or more meals.

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Vegetarian Fried Rice

This vegetarian-inspired dish is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Satisfying and easy to prepare, it contains a wide variety of vegetables full of nutrients. Our take on “fried” rice uses a minimum amount of oil and a whole-grain rice variety for extra fiber.

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Thai Beef Grill

Recipe for Thai Beef Grill

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What’s Up With Wasabi?

Today, American chefs combine the Japanese condiment Wasabi with local ingredients, especially fish. In fusion cooking, it works nicely in mashed potatoes, light sauces, marinades and dressings, particularly accompanying salmon. Includes recipe for Wasabe Salmon and Edamame Rice Bowl.

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Oriental Stir-Fry Wrap

Recipe for Oriental Stir-Fry Wrap

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Citrus Spinach Salad

Recipe for Citrus Spinach Salad

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Grilled Thai Beef Sirloin with Tangy Lime Sauce

Recipe for Grilled Thai Beef Sirloin with Tangy Lime Sauce

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Sesame Noodles with Shrimp and Peppers

Recipe for Sesame Noodles with Shrimp and Peppers

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Steamed Chicken with Red and Yellow Bell Pepper

Recipe for Steamed Chicken with Red and Yellow Bell Pepper

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The Benefits of Getting All Steamed Up

If your only experience with Chinese food has been from the neighborhood carry-out, you may be surprised that the traditional Asian diet is known for its balance of health and flavor. Includes recipe for Steamed Chicken with Red and Yellow Bell Pepper.

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Hot and Sour Soup

Recipe for Hot and Sour Soup

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Tea: A Story of Serendipity

Many tea drinkers find the beverage soothing, and folk medicine has long valued it as a remedy for sore throats and unsettled stomachs. Recent studies have shown that certain chemicals in tea called polyphenols may help reduce the risk of far more serious illnesses, including atherosclerosis and some cancers.

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