The Fiesta Friday Healthy Recipe Challenge starts today.
However, I just realized that since the rules to the challenge are unveiled today, none of you would have had any recipe ready to link up.
Therefore, I’ve decided to put up FF154 link-up here so you can still share what you’ve been doing this week.
It’s also for those who won’t be participating in the challenge, though I don’t know why you won’t. Have I mentioned there will be prizes?!
Besides, don’t you all need and want a challenge to get your creative juices running? This time of the year? Yeah, you totally do!
So, check out the Fiesta Friday Healthy Recipe Challenge and start putting your thinking cap on!
Kung Pao Chicken Noodle Bowl from Anjana @ Happy & Harried
“I love the Kung Pau Chicken Noodle Bowl from Anjana. Who needs takeout when you can easily make this stir fry at home. Her instructions and pictures are wonderful.” — Quinn
Haloumi Chips (GF) from Nell @ I Need a Feed
“I feel a little silly that I haven’t tried these haloumi chips before. So simple yet so absolutely delicious!! I had a lightbulb moment when I first saw these.” — Angie
Best Banana Bread Ever from Haley @ if you give a blonde a kitchen
“For a sweeter side I am going with this bread from Haley. I love the name of her blog! This bread looks super moist and I can smell and taste through the computer. I like the addition of melted butter and more bananas to keep it moist and flavorful.” Quinn
Paneer Kulcha from CH @ Cooking From Heart
“I thought I’ve tried every kind of Indian bread. Naan, paratha, chapati, poori…I’ve had them and love every single one of them! How is it that I’ve never heard of kulcha, let alone try it? It sounds so tempting!” — Angie
Join Fiesta Friday #154 by adding your link. Then please proceed to the next post and join the Fiesta Friday Healthy Recipe Challenge.
Don’t forget to link your post to FiestaFriday.net. There may or may not be featured posts next week, since we’ll be immersed in The Challenge.
If you’re new to Fiesta Friday, please read the guidelines.
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Dad Whats 4 Dinner says
I was all ready to win the healthy recipe challenge with my two links I brought to the party today. But NOOOO! You had to add silly rules like leafy greens and pineapple. Ugh! Oh well no I will have to figure out a new recipe. Happy FF!
Dad Whats 4 Dinner says
now — typing a little to fast this morning. :))
Hello…it’s a challenge! I can have a slice of tomato dipped in balsamic vinaigrette and that’s healthy, but where’s the challenge in that, huh? Don’t worry I’m sure you’ll come up with something extraordinary. I did my experiments and I can tell you there are definitely wonderful things you can make with greens and pineapple ??
The Kulcha sounds and looks amazing…I’ll have to try that one for sure!
I know! I’m upset I’ve never heard of it before, lol ?
Delicious features this week Angie! I hope you have a wonderful 2017! I am looking forward to the challenge!
Glad you like them, Antonia! I look forward to your participation. Won’t be the same without you! ?
Aww, you are so sweet!
I feel relieved that I can still share something naughty before the challenge begins? Happy FF, Angie. Enjoy your weekend! ?
Lol, Jhuls! I think I saw your naughty brownies. They look good!! ??
What a lucky day for me? Thanks, Angie! ?
Emmi @ Emmi's Cookinside.blog says
So delicious features this week! Thank you for this wonderful party!
I wish you a wonderful weekend!
So glad you like the features, Emmi, and it’s great to hear you enjoy Fiesta Friday. Happy FF and have a good weekend!
Elaine @ foodbod says
Mmmm….halloumi chips and paneer kulcha, yum!!!!!
Btw I got the email, yay!! ???
I know, right?! Halloumi chips and paneer kulcha, where have you been all my life?! ? I’m so glad they sorted out that email problem; it only took a whole night of chatting with the support team plus a myriad of emails back and forth ?
Elaine @ foodbod says
That’s the definition of frustrating right there!!!
Sadhna Grover says
Hi Angie, wishing you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.
Thanks, Sadhna! Same to you, dear friend!
Oops, I managed to miss this on Friday as I didn’t scroll past the challenge post – luckily I came back to take another look at that and spotted it! Thankfully I have an idea that fits perfectly so I am getting it ready to post tomorrow (although I may work on something a little more creative too!). How fun!
You’re not the only one who missed it! I’m glad you caught it! I can’t wait to see what you’ll come up with; I know it’ll be amazing! ??
Thank you so much for the feature, Angie 🙂 Was out travelling and to find this, it was a sweet surprise 🙂 Guess what, I have pineapple at home and now to incorporate some greens – I am raking my brain 😀
You’re welcome! I’m sure you can think of something amazing. I can’t to see what it’ll be! ?
😀 Thank you for the feature! I’m really honoured!
You’re welcome! Easy and delicious, what’s not to love?! ?
Rhonda Sittig says
So so many inviting recipes Angie!! That first Kung Pao Chicken bowl looked pretty perfect!! Who wouldn’t love noodles and chicken with peanuts??! Love how you gather all these cooking ideas!! thanks.
Glad you enjoy the fiesta, Rhonda. Come and join! ?