Here are a few more of our favorite Montel Williams Recipes. We've already added Montel's Green Smoothie, now we'd like to share a few more recipes we've found.
We love ginger ale, and although there is a brand which claims to use "real ginger", we can hardly compare it to this recipe. This one is much more healthy and it's delicious, too!
(This is made using the Living Well HealthMaster. We used our Vita-Mix. If you have a regular blender, you will need to follow the directions for preparing and juicing your fruit).
1/2 cup of seltzer
1/2 inch piece ginger, peeled
3 Tbsp. Honey
1 cup ice
Add all ingredients to the Healthmaster. Secure the lid. Turn the speed control to 1 (low). Turn on the machine. Increase the speed to 8 (high) until blended. Serve with a orange slice. and Montel's HealthMaster have a tamper to help push fruit into the blades. (Use this as needed to assist in the blending process).
For more of Montel Williams recipes you can go to Montel's site. (Clicking link will open a new window).
Makes 1-2 Servings
2 celery stalks
2 green chard leaves
2 kale leaves
2 green apples
2 small limes, peeled
Pass all ingredients through a juicer and serve immediately. All-green juice can be refrigerated for two to three days. The extracted pulp can be refrigerated for up to one day to add flavor to and thicken soups, meat loaf, casseroles or in vinaigrettes.
"Another thing I like to do with pulp is put it in a bowl, add a little water just hot enough to make it blend together, and then let it cool down and eat it like cold Italian soup," Montel says. "You can fire up a bowl for a quick breakfast, and you're out the door!"
The following of Montel Williams Recipes doesn't use a Vita-mix or Montel's HealthMaster. I'm sure he included it because it's just plain old healthy and delicious. We eat fish at 2-3 times a week. This recipe fits right into our menu.
• Cooking oil spray
• 1 pound salmon (or other fish) fillet
• 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
• 1 teaspoon spicy seasoning, salt free
• Herbs of your choice
Preheat oven to 350°F. Spray a casserole dish with cooking oil spray. Wash and dry fish, then place in a dish. Mix oil and seasoning and drizzle over fish. Bake uncovered for 15 minutes or until fish flakes with a fork. Garnish with fresh herbs. Cut into four pieces. Serve with rice.
The above two recipes were found here, on The Doctors. I'm sure you will enjoy Montel Williams recipes as much as we have.
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