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Schatar aka “Hottie” was known on “Flavor of Love” for her disastrous attempt to cook a chicken in the microwave but Schatar has come a long way since then! She is now the host of a cooking show on Amazon Prime, “Poultry Princess,” and joins The Doctors to share two recipes you can make in the microwave!
The first recipe is for her Banana Nut Bread that uses all-natural ingredients: bananas, walnuts, egg whites, almond or oat flour, almond butter, cinnamon and a pinch of salt. Throw it all together in the microwave for 5 minutes and you’ve got yourself a tasty treat. Schatar says there is even an optional honey glaze you can put on top. Plastic surgeon expert Dr. Andrew Ordon loves it and says it could be good for breakfast or dessert. ER physician Dr. Travis Stork commends Schatar for using ingredients that all have some health benefit!
Schatar has another quick and healthy microwave recipe for kale chips. The Doctors can’t believe how crunchy these chips are. Schatar says the trick is to use parchment paper to line the plate before microwaving the kale pieces. Dermatologist Dr. Nita seems skeptical that these are easy to make but Schatar promises her that they are! Schatar advises her if the chips are soggy, just put them back in the microwave for another 30 seconds, until they are crispy.
After sharing her recipes, Schatar asks The Doctors if there are any foods that can help with a radiant complexion. “Blueberries, pomegranate, pineapple, watermelon. What do all those fruits have in common? They hydrate the skin, they help to retain water in your body and we know that’s one of the big keys to a youthful look,” says Dr. Ordon. Dr. Travis adds that your skin will thank you if you stay away from highly-processed foods.