There is nothing wrong with your screen. Do not bother to adjust the color. You are in fact viewing Baked Matcha Fries, the color you see is the actual color of the fries [end Twilight Zone theme music].
I thought the fries would come out as a bright green color instead of a muted green shade. I’ve seen beautiful green colored Matcha Fries on one of my favorite blogs, Modern Vegetarian (sadly, the author has move on to other things and no longer updates the blog). The original recipe calls for fries tossed in matcha powder and then toasted in a oven toaster.
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Going Green 101
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From the New York Skyline to the to the San Francisco Bay, we’ve come a long way since we started our healthy living guides. This week, we’re finally arriving in sunny Los Angeles, California! With its palm tree lined streets, pristine beaches and Louis Vuitton clad celebs, there really is no other city like LA. Once you get off the beaten path (and out of the traffic on the 101) you will find that Los Angeles is so much more than just Hollywood. The city has so many outdoor activities, beautiful year-round farmers markets, and healthy restaurants to offer. Here are a few of our favorite hangouts in LA.
Not in the LA area? Check out our Healthy Living series for options in your area.
Mardi Gras is this Tuesday, which means it’s time to celebrate with some gold ol’ Southern cooking! The holiday, also known as Fat Tuesday, is all about indulging in many of the traditional dishes are not very good for you. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make a lighter, healthier version of these dishes! This recipe, from the blog Running, Loving, Living is a healthy version of a classic New Orleans dish – jambalaya! I love that this dish has all of the classic Creole flavoring without the guilt, so you can feel good about serving this dish to your family and friends at your Mardi Gras celebration!
Remember, you can also alter this dish to your taste. Are you a vegetarian? No problem – just replace the chicken and shrimp with a red bell pepper, green beans, or eggplant, and use vegetable broth instead of chicken! You could also add some kale or spinach for added greens.
Two many years ago, we posted a piece referred to as Low cost, Healthy Celebration Meals, filled to the brim with low-cost, Super Bowl-proper recipes. Most of them came from thoroughly vetted outdoors sources like All Recipes and Cooking Light. All appeared delicious.
Because then, among CHG and my weekly Healthy & Delicious column at Severe Eats, we’ve compiled hundreds of our very own recipes, many of which are floofin’ excellent for the upcoming game. We made and ate every single a single of these, and can advise them without reservation. Even to your Dad (whom I’m sure totes loves nutritious food, specially on Super Bowl Sunday).