I love, love, love anything tortilla-goody stuffed and topped with a bag of cheese type contraption! check out these ideas…
Blackened Fish Tacos from Host the Toast
For those with a special relatioship with the crockpot like me From Valeries Kitchen offers this!
Carnitas Tacos from Food is Luv
Texas Tacos from The Girl Who Ate Everything
Korean Fried Chicken Tacos from Half Baked Harvest
Mexican Carne Asada Tacos from Home Cooking Diary
Big Fat Greek Tacos from Good Dinner Mom
Green Chile Turkey Tacos from The Girl Who Ate Everything
Taco Pizza Rolls from Old El Paso
Beer-battered Fish Tacos from My Recipes
And…Taco Stuffed Zucchini Boats from Skinny Taste
Tuesdays will never be the same!
So would you try it? Wonder if it works on any rice…I think some Orzo is callin my name!
Researchers at the College of Chemical Sciences in Sri Lanka successfully tested out their theory that using a specific heating and cooling process could increase the presence of resistant starch and thereby minimize the body’s calorie absorption.
Here’s how to cut the calories in your rice by more than half, according to the researchers: Add a teaspoon of coconut oil to boiling water, then add half a cup of rice. Simmer for 40 minutes or boil for 20 to 25 minutes. The cooked rice should then go into the refrigerator for 12 hours, which means you’ll need to cook it ahead of time.
The researchers say this method causes the oil to enter in starch granules while it cooks and adds a protective layer, which ostensibly changes the structure of the rice granules so they becomes resistant to the digestive enzyme. Ultimately, this means that fewer calories from the rice are absorbed by the body.