Food Network Recipes
Food Network Recipes
If you love cooking then it would’ve been no stranger to the food network. That cooking TV show is much-loved by many television audiences. The concept of “Celebrity Chefs” is very pronounced in that show. Rachael Ray, Alton Brown or Paula Dean is familiar for us. They’re like celebrities who have a reliable cooking skill. One of them might be your chef idol.
From the premiere until now, the TV show has a lot of different recipes shown and has been a source of inspiration for you in cooking. And not only that, the food network has been published cookbooks, cooking appliances and various merchandises that have been inspired from the show.
Various cooking techniques have been featured in the food network show. Start from standard home cooking to Italian, French, Asian and gourmet cooking. Maybe you would be spending a lot of time to learn the cooking techniques if you do it yourself by researching on the internet or books. But by watching the food network show then all that can be done easily and quickly. Even you will be able to plan a variety of foods that you will serve to your friends and family.
Here’s one healthy food network recipe (Salad Recipes Food Network):
Corn and Pasta Salad with Homemade Ranch Dressing
4 ounces gemelli pasta
1 small garlic clove
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
1/3 cup reduced-fat sour cream
1/3 cup buttermilk
2 teaspoons cider vinegar
1 scallion, minced
2 small ears fresh corn
8 ounces grape tomatoes, preferably mixed heirloom, halved
1/4 small red onion, thinly sliced lengthwise
4 cups baby arugula
2 slices bacon, cooked until crisp in the microwave, and crumbled
Cook the pasta in boiling salted water according to package directions; drain and run under cold water to cool.
Meanwhile, finely chop the garlic clove on a cutting board; sprinkle with salt. Using the blade of a chef’s knife, press down onto garlic, smashing it to make a paste. Add the garlic paste to a large bowl with the sour cream, buttermilk, cider vinegar and scallion; season with salt and pepper. Whisk the dressing until smooth and reserve.
Cut the kernels from the corn (breaking sheets of kernels into about 2-inch pieces, if desired). Add the corn, tomatoes, onion and arugula to bowl with dressing; gently toss to coat. Sprinkle with the bacon.
Nutritional analysis per serving
Calories 148; Total Fat 3g (Sat Fat 1.5g, Mono Fat 0.4g, Poly Fat 0.3g) ; Protein 6g; Carb 25g; Fiber 3g; Cholesterol 9.5mg; Sodium 159mg
(Television Food Network)