Cajun Pasta Skillet - by Kraft INGREDIENTS 1 lb. boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into bite-size pieces 1 Tbsp. Cajun seasoning, divided 1 tub (8 oz.) PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese Spread 1/4 cup plus 2 Tbsp. milk, divided 1/2 lb. MB Smokehouse Sausage 2 tsp. oil 1 cup each halved green and red pepper strips 1 onion, slivered 3 cups hot cooked penne pasta INSTRUCTIONS - Toss chicken with 1 tsp. Cajun seasoning. Mix cream cheese spread and 2 Tbsp. milk until blended - Cut sausage lengthwise in half, then crosswise into thin slices. Heat oil in large skillet on medium heat. Add chicken and vegetables; cook 6 to 7 min. or until chicken is done and vegetables are crisp-tender, stirring frequently. Add sausage; cook 3 min., stirring frequently. - Add cream cheese mixture, remaining milk and seasoning; cook and stir 2 to 3 min. or until heated through. - Stir in pasta. 🎾 🍦 #RedPepper#oil#Mix#Pasta#Pasta#milk#cup#cook#half#vegetables#strips#cooked#penne#lb#INSTRUCTIONS#toss#min#seasoning#INGREDIENTS#spread#stir#slices#Kraft#tsp#pieces#heated#boudin#sausage#louisiana#cajun
O surgimento do Catchup (ou ketshup) é mais uma daquelas histórias onde a origem é incerta. Alguns afirmam que nasceu na China, por volta do século XVII como um molho a base de vinagre e frutos do mar para peixes chamado ketsiap (”molho”). Já na Malásia, uma outra versão deste mesmo molho tem o nome de kechap, que significa “gosto”. E em nenhuma delas o tomate era um dos ingredientes. Mas a versão que conhecemos hoje (com tomate) foi adaptada quando os ingleses levaram o molho para os Estados Unidos pelo sr. H.J. Heinz. A história a partir daí todos conhecemos.
A partir da adaptação de uma receita italiana de pimentão vermelho nós aperfeiçoamos com a adição de ingredientes aromáticos. Com isso chegamos a um produto equilibrado que encanta os amantes do pimentão vermelho e conquista aqueles que tinham receio de provar algo com o sabor peculiar deste fruto.
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“This nutrition insight stilllllll amazes me after all this time, a red bell pepper contains 3 times more vitamin C than an orange (which is known for its vitamin C content) 🤯🍊 Ps. let’s take a moment and appreciate how beautiful nature is 🌿
Average adults need 110 mg vitamin C per day and because our bodies can't make vitamin C itself, we need to get it from the foods we eat. So if we have a balanced and diversified diet, we really don't need to worry about the fact if we have enough intake of vitamin C. Besides that, it's a watersoluble vitamin which means it isn't stored by the body and if we eat more than our bodies need, it get's lost with urine 💦
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Another fun fact is that vitamin C isn’t heat resistent meaning that the amount of this vitamin is lower in a prepared pepper (cooked, baked, steamed, ...) compared to a raw one! For your information I’ve compared a medium raw red pepper (160 g edible part) with a medium orange (140 g edible part).” — @nubskitchen
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