Menu Notes 2/25/14

Chef Brandon menu notes. Contact Health Savor for delicious organic food in Cincinnati.

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Good evening to all! Some of the healthiest, organic, gluten-free food in the region is on its way to all corners of the city as I type this. Expect us anywhere between 6pm and 9:30pm. We are always happy to see the many excited faces of our customers!

Below are this weeks heating instructions. You will be able to find them on the website after today for quick reference.  They will also be included on our detailed nutritional analysis. Just click on the name of your dish and be sure to check out all of the life-sustaining goodness in your food. Scroll to the bottom for a little nutrition science tidbit. Eventually, you’ll be a nutritionist, too, as we all should be at a basic level. We are still uploading them to the site, so check back if your item is not there yet. Thanks for your patience..

Making things taste great fresh off-the-grill is a piece of cake (no pun!) but preparing them so that they taste great when reheated creates a new layer of challenge. Generally, everything keeps, as in safe-to-eat, for up to a week, but as the days go by, the flavor begins to dull. The soups and breakfasts survive the best, flavor wise, and the salads, juices, and anything else involving fresh, raw vegetables should be consumed first.

We are very curious to hear how your experience has been with the dishes, so that we can continue to improve all aspects of HealthSavor. To help facilitate this, we have created a very short survey covering the basics.

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Now go on, be healthy, we’ve got your back!!

~Chef Brandon, Kara, Don, Heidi, Kate, Debbie, Rich

Quinoa Crusted Salmon with Roasted Rosemary Butternut Squash and  Cauliflower – To ensure quality, this salmon is seared, but NOT fully cooked. Remove lid and bake at 400 for 15-20 minutes. Salmon is cooked to mid-rare, cooking times vary on your preferred temp. 15 minutes = medium 20 minutes = mid well

Pad Thai, Take Three and a Half – Remove lid, preheat a skillet to high, and place all contents into the pan at once, stirring noodles and veggies with a forked spatula or tongs, so that the sauce is cooked into every part. Cook until sauce is incorporated. Spice it up with cayenne or Sri-Racha

Broccoli/Cauliflower/Chickpea/Amish Chicken or Tofu Curry
Bake with lid on for 15 minutes at 400. May also be heated in saucepan if you don’t mind mixing rice in. Microwave not recommended with chicken, but would be ok for the tofu version. 3-4 minutes on reheat setting.

A Whole New Stuffed Pepper…  Remove lid and cover with foil, then bake to reheat at 350 for 15-20 minutes.  If using microwave, please use reheat setting for 4-6 minutes in a microwave safe container

Big Time Black Bean Burrito Bowl – Heat the container with the rice, black beans, and tofu until warm: Lid on/10 minutes at 350 in the oven.  Mix and match with the SUPER tasty mango salsa, cashew “sour” cream, guacamole, and lettuce. A lot went into the many different components of this dish.  Enjoy from scratch, organic burritos at their finest.

Broccoli-Cheddar Soup – Spinach Kidney Bean Quinoa Soup – Simply heat by pouring contents into a saucepan over medium-high heat, stirring frequently, for about 4 minutes, or pop it in the microwave on REHEAT setting (high setting destroys food) for around 4 minutes.

Matcha Goddess Salad – If you heat this up, you’re crazy

Kale/Roasted Tomato Omelet – Simply pour into a skillet and heat to desired consistency.

Blueberry-Nut Muffins – No heat needed, but a few minutes in the oven to warm them is also enjoyable.

Frittata Cake – Heat them up in the oven for about 5-8 minutes or in the microwave on reheat setting for 2-4 minutes.

Breakfast Burritos – Heat in oven with wrapper at 400 for 15 minutes, or microwave on reheat setting for 1-2 minutes.

Kid’s Classic Sketti – Pour contents into a saucepan and heat.

Kids Pizza – Bake directly on lower oven rack for 8-10 minutes at 350

Kids Amish Chicken Nuggets – You can bake them at 400 for 8 minutes. Also very freezer friendly. If baking from frozen, bake at 400 for 10-12 minutes.

Gluten/Dairy/Refined Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate Brownies – If you like your brownies warm, just a few minutes at 300 will do.

Quinoa Peanut Butter Cookie Squares – If you like your brownies warm, just a few minutes at 300 will do.

Hummus w/Nut Thins and Veggie Dippers – Don’t be silly.

As always, for the best Cincinnati organic food meals, delivered right to your door, CONTACT HealthSavor!