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Diana’s in the kitchen with JobTrain culinary students, showing them a thing or two about preparing a healthier version of Obama’s Chili, a Tri-color Salad, and Party-pleasing Stuffed Mushrooms that everybody loves.
Watch HEALTHY ROUND COOKING: With Culinary Students.
Then make a dish or two with recipes provided below.
Try this healthier (Rounder) version of Obama’s signature chili recipe, also known as the only dish he actually prepares with his own presidential hands — at least before he became our man in the White House. Get the recipe.
Tri-Color Round Salad
This salad is a triad of color, purple, green and orange. It is as tasty and refreshing as it is beautiful and healthy.
1 small or 1/2 large red cabbage
Slice the cabbage thinly so it looks like confetti. Cut the mango and avocado into small evenly-sized chunks. Dress with All aRound Salad Dressing (scroll down see recipe here), serve right away or chill and serve later.
Party Pleasing Stuffed Mushrooms
These crowd-pleasing tasty treats make the perfect appetizer or side dish. They are my daughter’s favorite, as well as a party must for of my friends and family. These are a some of the time food that should be enjoyed at parties, celebrations and other once-in-while events — guilt-free.
20 to 30 whole white mushrooms
1/4 cup plain cream cheese
1 tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.
Wash mushrooms with a small brush. Scoop out the stems and center of the each mushroom. Place the mushroom caps on a foil-lined baking sheet – top-side down. Chop the stems and center pieces and put into a small bowl. Add the cream cheese and Parmesan cheese and mix until blended together. Fill each mushroom cap with a small spoonful of the mixture — just to the top. Place in the preheated oven for 15 to 20 minutes. Let cool for 5 minutes and serves while still on the verge of hot