Taste The Rainbow.. And I Don’t Mean Skittles

Back in the day I was watching The Montel Williams Show and he was speaking about his struggle with multiple sclerosis. This is where I first learned the importance of adding color to your foods. I was so amazed at what I had learned. Sadly, ‘back in the days’, I was really picky with my foods so there was not much color in my meals; however I have grown up since then.

This is one of my favorite dishes to cook when I am in that ‘health kick’ kind of mood. It is not only full of color and fiber but it is actually really good and easy to make! 
Step One: Cook your chicken and season with your favorite spice. YUM! Can you smell it?
Step Two, Three, and Four: Pick out your favorite vegetables. If I had red and green peppers I would have added them also. Instead of fresh beans I used canned beans. Always rinse the beans before cooking them. This will get all the unhealthy gunk off of them. Chop your vegetables. 
Step Five: Saute the vegetables and mix the beans and chicken together. 
Step Six & Seven: Mix everything together and eat it. 

Written by: Aimee Fauci


  1. Colorful foods are not only wonderful to eat, but they are so nice to look at! There is nothing better than sitting down at a table whose dishes are full of prettiness. Ok, that sounded weird, but you know what I mean!

  2. Kristi Toler says:

    I’m always wondering what I can make for supper that is healthy.

  3. Kristi Toler says:

    YUM! Thanks for the supper idea!!

  4. I used to be the same way. I hated onions but now if they are sauteed I will eat them. I will not eat raw ones.. yuck!

  5. Mmmm some of my favorite fresh spinach and cherry tomatoes!! I have to chop my onion so fine that the kids won’t realize there is actually onion in there… 🙂

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