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vegan eggplant “bacon” blt sliders

by Jackie Newgent  |  May 22, 2016  |  3 Comments
Don’t bring home the bacon and fry it up in a pan! Pick up an eggplant and transform it into crispy “bacon”—naturally! Seriously, your body won’t miss the preservative-laden bacon in this BLT. The eggplant “bacon” will still please your tastebuds in every way! To make this finger food, my preference is to stick with this recipe as is, of course. However, it’s totally okay if you want to make personalized tweaks. Instead of whole grain rolls, try grilled whole grain baguette slices. Rather than the avocado spread, you can simply stick with tradition by smearing on a mayo of choice. Or switch up the greens with others from your farmers market. Any way you stack ’em, these BLT bites...
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portabella and swiss cheese sliders

by Jackie Newgent  |  April 6, 2015  |  0 Comments
Sliders have been popular for decades! The cheeseburger version can be made with pasteurized process cheese food, sometimes known as American singles. It’s unfortunate since this type of “cheese” is only required to contain 51% real cheese. Many fast-casual restaurants offer cheeseburger sliders on their menus today; however, they often come three per serving and typically include a mini white bun, beef patty, American singles, onions, and some sort of slider sauce. Of course, fries usually automatically arrive with your order to put your meal into calorie overdrive! So here’s my updated and upgraded version of the slider, made with quickly caramelized red onion, fresh baby arugula, pan-seared portabella mushrooms, and Sargento® Sliced Cheese. The highlight is the Sargento® Deli...
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