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Roasted Ranch Wings are baked in the oven until golden and crispy

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Dip them in ranch dressing for even more ranch flavor. These wings are a Ranch lover’s dream!   Best of all, these wings are so easy to make. Besides the chicken wings, only 4 ingredients, plus salt and pepper, are needed. Optionally you can sprinkle them with fresh dill for an extra punch of flavor. How To Make Ranch Roasted Wings: Cut the wings into 3 pieces and discard the wing tips. In a large bowl, toss the wings with a little mayo, a packet of Ranch dressing, salt, pepper, paprika, and cayenne pepper. You can omit the cayenne pepper...

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How to sneak more veggies into your diet

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Even for those who like veggies, it can be a real challenge to consume the recommended number of servings each day (according to Canadas Food Guide, half of every plate should be veggies and fruit). But with improved immune health on all of our minds lately, its never been more important to eat the rainbow. Thankfully, its easy to stealthily wiggle nutrient-dense vegetables into everyday dishes without even picky eaters putting up a fuss.Here are our favourite ways to sneak more veggies on your plate at every meal. Breakfast If oatmeal is already a go-to, give this breakfast staple a...

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High Country Baking: Pecan-caramel shortbread sticks

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Contrasting tastes and textures have wide appeal, and these cookies are a good example. A tender, sandy, subtle-tasting shortbread is paired with sweet, rich, gooey caramel frosting and crunchy nuts for a winning combination of opposites. Cookie lovers of all ages sing their praises. Pair them with fruit, ice cream or custard for a pleasing dessert or nibble them on their own. When I make this cookie at sea level, I don’t include corn syrup as an ingredient in the frosting. I use it in our high, dry climate because when we combine hot melted butter and brown sugar, some...

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Make this 20-Minute Duck Bak Kut Teh While Watching TV.

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This 20-Minute Duck Bak Kut Teh is a thing of a beauty, until you carve into its beautifully tender and melting meat and put it in your mouth. Then, it becomes an explosion of flavor. Funnily enough, you can make this with very little labor, but it will still be packed with deliciousness. Infused with herbs and spices like star anise, cinnamon, cloves, dong gui, fennel seeds and garlic, this version of Bak Kut Teh is pork-free and does not come in its typical soup form. In this recipe, Sidney Kan shows us how to make this with very little...

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19 Best and Coolest Pan Steamers

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  Gotham Steel 1129 Pots and Pans 10 Piece Cookware Set with Nonstick Ceramic Coating by Chef Daniel Green – Graphite, Fry, Stock Steamer Insert Gotham Steel 1129 Pots and Pans 10 Piece Cookware Set with Nonstick Ceramic Coating by Chef Daniel Green – Graphite, Fry, Stock Steamer Insert - Lightweight design makes for a comfortable cooking experience. Oven safe up to 500° f, the pots and pans are suitable for all stovetops, except induction. Award winning ti-cerama coating ensures the ultimate release — everything just slides right off the pan, no need for oil or butter. Solid aluminum composition ensures...

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