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Duke’s Mayonnaise with a hint of lime makes a nice touch on just about any meat sandwich hot or cold. You can add a bit of mayo to your scrambled eggs and potato salad.
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Spiral Zucchini squash with scorched green beans cooked in Ghee butter and macadamia oil with plant-based meatballs and marinated tomatoes.
Premium pork sausage with sauteed spinach, marinated tomatoes and avocado slices with Merlot salt.
Petite cut sirloin steaks sprayed with avocado oil and seasoned with the MasterChef Gary Premium Organic Seasoning and melted butter in the air fryer for approximately 15 minutes. .
Chicken wontons with fresh cut carrots and celery with vegetable broth.
Angel hair pasta with Parmesan cheese with scorched green beans and fried green tomatoes seasoned with butter, olive oil, the MasterChef Gary's Original blend seasoning with a pinch of organic Merlot salt and Za’atar spice topped with plant-based meatballs and a dollop of spicy Harissa sauce.
Hand rolled meatballs stuffed with cheese in the air fryer at 390 degrees for 15 minutes. Add fresh pan fried spinach and sliced onions with boiled red potatoes.
This is a plant-based chili seasoned with the MasterChef Gary "Vu-Doo" seasoning with dark red kidney beans, black beans, roasted corn, diced green peppers and tomatoes. For additional health benefits and a distinct sweet flavor, sprinkle a teaspoon of organic beet root powder and a splash of the All-In-One Master Tonic into your individual bowl and stir. Enjoy the best tasting and healthiest chili you've had in a long time.
Mix fresh cranberries (a super fruit), low-sodium vegetable juice, the All-In-One Master Tonic, organic beet root powder, low-sugar hydration powder and Bloody Mary Mix.
Place cranberries in blender and add 6 oz. of Master Tonic, 6 oz. of Bloody Mary Mix and 6-12 oz. of Low-Sodium Vegetable or Tomato Juice. Add 3 scoops of Organic Beet Root powder and 2 scoops of low-sugar or no sugar Hydration powder.
Mix in blender and serve. For "first timers" balance yourself while tasting. Your knees may buckle. To learn more about the All-In-One Master Tonic visit: www.aiomastertonic.com
Sliced cabbage roasted and seasoned with MasterChef Gary’s Premium Organic Seasoning, grape seed oil, garlic butter and the All-One-Master Tonic.
Peeled carrots 🥕 in a pan with grape seed oil, garlic butter and the MasterChef Gary Premium Organic Seasoning with a couple of “splashes” of the All-In-One Master Tonic for “flava.”
Baby Portobello mushrooms stuffed with cheddar cheese and sprinkled with Old Bay crab seasoning cooked in the air fryer.
Season lobster tails with MasterChef Gary Premium Organic Seasoning. Cook in air fryer at 380 degrees for 5-7 minutes. Drizzle with melted butter, parsley and squeezed lemon wedge.
Wash potato, coat with oil and fine Pink Himalayan sea salt. Wrap tightly in aluminum foil. Pierce or slide the top of potato for venting. Place in pan in oven for 425 degrees for about 45 minutes.
Take your choice of salad greens and mix with jumbo shrimp. Garnish with your favorite dressing.
Many of MasterChef Gary's recipes include the All-in-One Master Tonic and the MasterChef Gary Premium Organic Seasoning. Scroll down and check out some of MasterChef Gary's most popular recipes.
Angel Hair pasta 🍝 with Arrabbiata sauce and turkey meatballs seasoned with the MasterChef Gary Premium Organic “Vu-Doo” Spicy 🌶 seasoning topped with fresh Parmesan & Romano cheese 🧀.
Cut 8-16 Grape Leave rolls into chunks and place in a large pot with enough olive oil to cover the pot. Add tomatoes, red peppers, Kale, tomato pureé, Bloody Mary Mix, Pinto beans, garlic, hot chili peppers, and Parsley. Simmer on low heat and season with MasterChef Gary Seasoning and the All-In-One Master Tonic
For additional flavor, drizzle your favorite vinaigrette or salad dressing over cucumbers. Sprinkle additional seasoning mix to taste. Bon appetite! You can repeat this recipe 3 times. You may need to add additional spice mix and tonic, as the cucumbers absorb the spice/tonic mix. After using 3-4 times, you can use the spice/tonic mix as a marinade for meats or a vinaigrette for salads.
--Shred Brussels Sprouts into a bowl
--Add chopped red onions, bacon, smoked black pepper and celery salt
--Stir and mix Duke's mayonnaise
The MasterChef Gary breakfast salad includes fresh salad greens 🥬, with an ultra thin slice of chicken breast under the greens with cheese 🧀, hard boiled eggs 🥚, tomatoes 🍅 seasoned with the MasterChef Gary premium organic spices and an avocado 🥑.
--Boil angel hair pasta in pot
--Drain and return to pot
--Add tomatoes, olive oil, olives, green, orange and red peppers and Feta cheese
--Mix and stir MasterChef Gary seasoning
--Serve and add Parmesan cheese
--Refrigerate (Can be eaten "hot or cold"
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