Rachael Ray March 8 2016 Recap
Rachael Ray is beyond inspired by chef Sara Moulton, so it’s no surprise that she invited Sara to come on her show and share her incredible Bananas Foster Crepes recipe. Rachael Ray also took the time to share one of her own recipes, a soup that her mom absolutely loves. Her Red Minestra is a meat-free soup loaded with healthy ingredients including protein-packed beans.
Rachael Ray: Chicken With Pancetta, Olives & Cherry Tomatoes
Sara Moulton is an absolute pro in the kitchen, but sometimes all it takes is a more simple chicken dish to truly show your talent. Sara prepared Baked Chicken Thighs with Pancetta, Olives, and Cherry Tomatoes, a dish that anyone could put together.
Rachael Ray: Sara Moulton Bananas Foster Crepes Recipe
Sara Moulton claims that crepes are actually a lot easier to make than most people think. But instead of a boring crepes recipe, Sara kicked it up a notch by sharing a recipe for Bananas Foster Crepes! This incredible dish can be served as a decadent breakfast or a tasty dessert. Either way, it’s sure to be delicious!
Rachael Ray: Red Minestra Recipe
Rachael Ray’s mom loves a good bowl of Red Minestra, so why not share the recipe with all of her loyal viewers? You can now make this incredible soup recipe at home, and it will soon become a regular on your family’s menu!
Rachael Ray: Kitchen Twins’ Broccoli “Stars” & Cheddar Chips
Before the end of the show, Rachael was joined by two adorable girls known as The Kitchen Twins! They shared two of their easy, health snacks, including Broccoli “Stars” that use broccoli stems, and Cheddar Chips that are gluten-free and low carb!