Keep your weekdays sweet and a little bit spicy with this tangerine flavored chicken. Served over rice, or eaten alone, this meal is packed with Asian-inspired flavors and filled with the freshness of tangerine citrus.
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 tsp. ginger, minced
1 cup fresh tangerine juice
2 tbs. soy sauce
1 tbs. rice wine vinegar
1/2 tsp. corn starch
1 tbsp. sesame oil
4 boneless chicken breasts, sliced thin
Tangerine segments for topping
In a large pan, heat sesame oil over medium heat and cook chicken for 5-6 minutes until browned and fully cooked.
While the chicken is cooking, mix together garlic, ginger, tangerine juice, soy sauce, rice wine vinegar and corn starch. Once the chicken has finished cooking, pour the sauce over and simmer until it has thickened. Serve over rice if you would like and top with tangerine segments.
Add these buffalo cauliflower tacos to your recipe line up and you’ll want to make every night taco night. Vegetarian lovers, rejoice!
1 head of cauliflower
2 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp salt
1/4 cup hot sauce
2 tablespoons butter, melted
10 flour tortillas (or use butter lettuce)
1/4 cup blue cheese or ranch dressing
Optional lime, avocado, tomatoes, or more!
Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.
Slice the cauliflower in half and pull apart bite sized florets and trim bottoms if necessary or desired.
In a large bowl mix garlic powder, salt, melted butter and hot sauce. Toss cauliflower florets in mixture.
Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil or parchment paper. Spread your seasoned cauliflower in a single layer and bake for up to 40 minutes. At the 20 minute mark, be sure to mix them to ensure even baking and flavor coating.
Heat your tortillas, slice your butter lettuce, and assemble your tacos with the toppings of your choice!
To help you quickly make healthier choices while shopping our stores, we implemented the Dietician Preferred tag program. In a collaboration with Intermountain Healthcare Food and Nutrition, we developed strict criteria that contributes meaningfully to dietary quality and provides at least 10% DV of one or more FDA-identified shortfall nutrients: Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, and Iron per serving. Look for these tags on items throughout the store to help you shop more confidently.
Add this delicious slow cooker Chicken Marsala to your recipe lineup. You’ll be grateful to have the leftovers!
Nonstick cooking spray
4 bone-in chicken thighs, thawed if necessary
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
1 tablespoon olive oil
2 garlic cloves, minced
1½ cups sliced white mushrooms
1 cup Marsala wine or less-sodium chicken broth
½ cup heavy cream
¼ cup less-sodium chicken broth
2 tablespoons cornstarch
Chopped fresh chives and/or parsley leaves for garnish (optional)
Spray 5- to 6-quart slow cooker with cooking spray. Evenly sprinkle chicken with salt and pepper. In large skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat; add chicken, skin side down. Cook 5 minutes or until browned; transfer chicken, skin side up, to prepared slow cooker.
Add garlic, mushrooms and wine to slow cooker; cover and cook on high 2 to 3 hours or on low 5 to 6 hours.
With slotted spoon, transfer chicken to plate. Ladle about ½ cup liquid in slow cooker into cream, then add cream mixture back to slow cooker. In small bowl, whisk broth and cornstarch until dissolved; stir into slow cooker. Return chicken to slow cooker; cover and cook 15 minutes longer or until sauce is thickened and chicken reaches an internal temperature of 165°. Serve sprinkled with chives and/or parsley, if desired.
Enjoy incredible savings this week at Dan’s Fresh Market with our 40% off meat sale! Juicy steaks from Certified Angus Beef, salmon fillets from Fog River and more are available in-store right now. Click the link below to access our Weekly Ad to view all of our meat items on sale.
Since the 1970’s Certified Angus Beef Brand has been known for providing top quality cuts of beef that are renowned for their tenderness, flavor and marbling. You can rest assured that each bite of their delicious beef will be as great as the last. Enjoy exceptional savings on CAB beef products during our 40% off meat sale!
Rog River products provide a unique blend of quality and freshness that any seafood lover will appreciate. Their story beings 30 years ago with one commercial Salmon boat fishing out of Kenai, Alaska and transporting their small hand-picked percentage of each day’s catch overnight to Salt Lake City. Select Fog River products are available on our 40% off meat sale.
We are pretty sure February has some of the best fruits and vegetables in season! We have tips for picking out the best produce from the store and then some fun ways to use them.
Honeycrisp, Pink Lady, Gala, Fuji, Granny Smith, Golden Delicious…just to name a few, we love apples all kinds. When picking your apples from the store notice the fragrance, ready to eat apples often have a yummy aroma. Sliced apples and peanut butter are a perfect go to snack. If you want a fun apple flavored sauce, try this Slower Cooker Apple Butter.
Cauliflower has been getting a lot of attention lately because it it so easy to use as a substitute. Think cauliflower pizza crust, cauliflower tator (but not tator…) tots, cauliflower rice and so one. Cauliflower in a salad with some bacon, cheese and creamy dressing is a wonderful option. However you choose to use your cauliflower, you want to make sure you are buying the freshest option. Look for a cauliflower with even colored florets and bright, fresh looking leaves that feels heavy.
Everyone has their favorite between red and green grapes, but whether you’re red grape team or green grape team it is hard to turn down nice big, firm and plump grapes. When you are buying your grapes make sure the fruit have nice color (either yellow-green or mostly red). Sometimes you will notice a white, waxy coating on grapes; this is called bloom. Bloom is safe to eat, it forms to help grapes with moisture loss, however it is always a good idea to rinse any produce before eating. Grape salad is always a favorite – mix together some sour cream, cream cheese with some brown sugar and grapes and any other add ins.
While pears are loved for their amazing flavor and juicy texture, sometimes knowing how to choose them at the store can be a deterrent in buying them. When purchasing a pear to enjoy immediately you want to buy one that is a little soft near the stem. If you plan to wait a few days, buy a pear that is firm. You can speed up the ripening process of pears by placing them in a brown bag with an apple or banana, or you can simply wait a few days and let it ripe on the counter. While fresh pears are delicious on their own, you can substitute pears in an apple cobbler or add some to a butternut soup for a fun variation.
Tangerines are the perfect little package of goodness! You want to choose firm to semi-soft ones that are heavy and have a beautiful orange color. Store them in the fridge in order to keep them fresher for longer. A warm tangerine cake with a yummy glaze will become a family favorite. Tangerines are also fun to add to a chicken stir fry to give it a fresh, citrus flavor.
When you buy a shamrock between February 18 – March 17, you’ll help send a local child with muscle disease to summer camp!
About the MDA Shamrocks Program:
Macey’s, Dan’s, Dick’s Market, Lin’s, and Fresh Market stores will be selling shamrock icons February 18 – March 17, St. Patrick’s Day. Shamrock sales support MDA’s Summer Camp, held at Camp K in Salt Lake City. Camp provides thousands of kids with muscular dystrophy and related life-threatening diseases “the best week of the year” giving kids with limited muscle strength and mobility a life-changing experience in an environment without barriers. It’s a week where they’re free to enjoy adventures like horseback riding, swimming and fishing, develop lifelong friendships, build self-confidence and independence that are critical to living longer and growing stronger.
The cost of sending one child to MDA Summer Camp is about $2,000. This includes MDA’s efforts to make each camp fully-accessible and medically-safe, matching volunteer counselors with campers, providing a full medical team on-site along with medical equipment, offering meals and snacks for each child that meet an array of dietary needs and restrictions, providing lodging for a week and offering customized activities designed and planned so every child can fully participate.
About the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA)
The Muscular Dystrophy Association is the only nonprofit taking a big picture perspective on muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases that take away muscle strength and mobility. MDA uses their collective strength to encourage early diagnosis and action, support families in hometowns across the country and find breakthrough treatments and cures, so kids and adults affected can live longer and grow stronger. MDA is fighting to make today free from the harm of these debilitating diseases – and tomorrow free from the diseases themselves.
Learn how you can fund cures, find care and champion the cause at mda.org.
We would like to thank our generous guests for helping support local children with muscle disease.
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You are shrimply going to love this dish! The classic comfort food with a fun shrimp twist. This meal is quick and easy to make and will definitely become a favorite!
1 pound large shrimp – deveined, peeled and tails removed
1 tablespoon olive oil
16 oz noodles – we recommend linguine or fettuccine
1/2 cup butter
2 cups (1 pint) heavy whipping cream
4 oz cream cheese
1/2 teaspoon garlic
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1 cup grated Parmesan cheese
Cook shrimp in olive oil over medium high heat until cooked and opaque, about 3 minutes. Once the shrimp are cooked, remove and set aside.
Bring water to boil in a large pot and add noodles. Cook until al dente, slightly firm.
In a medium pot over medium heat mix together butter, heavy whipping cream and cream cheese. Optional – add 1/2 cup cooked spinach to sauce. Once melted add minced garlic, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, salt and pepper. Whisk until sauce is smooth. Add the Parmesan and continue to simmer it slightly thickens.