Do you like the idea of a grilled burger, but are trying to cut back on your red meat consumption? This veggie burger is a healthy alternative to a traditional burger made from beef or turkey. These burgers are easy to make and contain yams, portobello mushrooms, black beans and kale. You can make them up in advance and freeze them for the future. This ensures you always have something that is quick, easy and healthy for dinner without making another trip to the store. Veggie Burgers that are low in calories, high in fiber, and taste good Compared to a regular hamburger, these are low in calories and high in fiber. Each burger (without the bun) provides approximately 110 calories, 5 … Read More
Welcome to Second Act Kitchen
I created this site for people who want healthy and delicious recipes from around the world with ingredients from around their kitchen. I also wanted to provide science-based nutrition information and guidance about making healthier choices whether eating at home or out at a restaurant, every day of the week. I believe food should be easy to prepare and enjoyed with family, friends and great conversation.
My overall mission is to share what I've learned over the years about food, recipes, and nutrition so you can relax and enjoy your meals while living a vibrant life.
One of my go-to favorite dishes is Chicken Satay with peanut sauce. Chicken Satay is originally from Indonesia, but it has been adopted into many other Asian cuisines. It is very easy to make, and is always very popular whenever I serve it to family or friends. Indonesia is the world's largest island country. It is made up of more than 17,000 islands and has a population of 238 million. According to a census completed in 2000, 88% of the population is muslim (US Department of State). The food is colorful and diverse. There is also some variation by regions. Chicken Satay is always well received when I serve it to my friends and family. Nasi Goreng, Gado Gado, Corn Patties and … Read More