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Vegetable Medley & Broiled Tilapia with Macadamia Nut Oil

Posted Dec 10 2009 8:13am




Last nights dinner was sauteed Mushrooms with Extra Virgin Olive Oil and a few Garlic cloves then I topped them off with some Fresh Parsley. Rob has been away so whatever is leftover from dinner I usually heat and serve as my lunch or mini meal the next day. The leftover mushrooms are great for my morning omelet too.


I also seared some fresh Escarole with Extra Virgin Olive Oil a little fresh Garlic. I decided to add some roughly chopped Fresh Carrots and a little zest of Fresh Lemon. I have been incorporating carrots lately with my salads and cooked vegetables. They are also great sauteed plain or glazed with some Agave Nectar .



If you haven't already tried the Gourmet Flavored Organic Agave Nectar (Pure Almond), please try this product! It has an amazing taste, perfect with Greek Yogurt and chopped Pecans. It also tastes wonderful in hot Tea. Dissolves well in hot & cold beverages. When my son comes home from college he uses it all the time, we love it!



Broiled Tilapia drizzled with some Macadamia Nut Oil, a dash of White Wine and Fresh Lemon.



Macadamia Nut Oil is truly healthy and has become famous among the chefs across the world. Macadamia Nut oil can be used for preparing omelets, pancakes and baked goods. It is also widely in use as a substitute of olive oil. Macadamia Nut oil consists of 80 % mono-saturated fats. The oil has no trans–fatty acids and the rate of saturated fat is comparatively low. So, it is the best way of enhancing heart’s health. For sugar regulation and controlling diabetes, Macadamia Nut oil is highly used.

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