Rachael Ray February 2 2016 Recap
Rachael Ray was in the kitchen with a husband and wife who admitted they’ve been eating pasta several times a week and desperately needed to switch up their dinner routine. The problem is that the husband really likes meat and potatoes kind of meals but easily gains weight, and the mother is constantly trying to balance a newborn, so Rachael had to come up with healthy meals that could be put together with little effort. She shared a recipe for Chicken, Peppers, and Onions, and then showed them how to put together a salad that even the husband would love. Rachael also shared a recipe for her rendition of a classic Tuna Casserole, without canned soup!
Rachael Ray: Chicken, Peppers & Onions Recipe
Balancing work, family, and personal time can be a big struggle for parents of young children, and getting a healthy meal on the dinner table every night without serving the same thng over and over can prove difficult. Rachael shared an easy recipe for Chicken, Peppers, and Onions that the whole family will love.
Rachael Ray: Steak & Baby Greens Salad Recipe
Rachael Ray shared a recipe for Steak and Baby Greens Salad that can satisfy both a hungry husband and a busy mom. Plus, it can be put together in no time with very little effort!
Rachael Ray: Tuna Casserole Recipe
Rachael Ray then wanted to remake a classic dish: Tuna Casserole. Rather than using canned soup or other typically unhealthy ingredients, Rachael found a way to make the popular dish with a ton of flavor and real ingredients!