Dr Oz Summer Recipe Makeover | Rachael Ray BBQ Sauce Recipe




Rachael Ray and Dr. Oz’s Summer Recipes

Today Rachael Ray makes over Dr. Oz’s favorite summer indulgence, BBQ ribs. That’s not all, Rachael will make over a few of your favorite summer meals including potato salad, burgers, chips and dip. It doesn’t end there, try her summer cocktail recipes made with real fruit. Your summer guilty pleasures are about to take on a new twist today on Dr. Oz. You are going to learn how to make a healthier burger, that tastes great and less calories thanks to Rachael Ray’s summer meals makeover.

Best-selling author and TV host Rachael Ray joins Dr. Oz just in time to make over your favorite summer meals.

Get your summer parties started with John Cusimano and Rachael Ray’s summer cocktail recipes.

Dr Oz: BBQ Ribs Makeover

bbq_ribs_makeoverDr Oz loves ribs so Rachael Ray has a healthy bbq sauce makeover so Dr Oz can have his ribs and not feel so guilty.

For Rachael Ray’s BBQ ribs makeover recipe, first she par boils baby back ribs – In the water add 2 carrots, 1 onion, 2 stalks of celery, handful of parsley, 1 jalapeño chili, 2 garlic cloves, salt and pepper to taste. Let the ribs simmer until they are fully cooked.

Move them to the grill for a short amount of time.

BBQ Rib Sauce: 1 cup organic ketchup, 2 garlic cloves, cider vinegar, a little smokey chipolte powder 2 TBSP worchestire sauce, and swap out the brown sugar with agave nectar, just enough to sweeten. Garnish with fresh lime juice and scallions.

If doing dry ribs give them a good blast of lime juice before popping them onto the grill. Regular ribs 718 calories per serving, Rachael’s makeover barbecue ribs and sauce, 363 calories.

Recipes are featured in Rachael Ray’s Book My Year in CocktailsMy Year in Meals, these drinks include a daily serving of fruits and vegetables! My Year in Meals

First Rachael answered viewers questions on how to make their favorite summer foods healthier:

Rachael Ray’s Potato Salad Makeover

To make Potato Salad healthier:

Swap mayo for low fat greek yogurt
Add more vegetables along with the potatoes for more fiber (onions, peppers)
Try fruit juice or vinegar to add flavor without the fat
Grated garlic
Lemon juice
Parsley and oregano
Little Feta Cheese

Looks delicious so viewers did the taste test on the potato salad makeover and said it was delicious.

Dr Oz Healthy Burger

That juicy burger on the bbq is the sure sign summer is here, so how do you make a healthier burger. Rachael has got a new burger makeover recipe that is a thumbs up for Dr Oz. This burger makeover is really a burger salad. The dressing for this burger salad recipe of Rachael Ray’s is a combination of mustard, oil and vinegar mixed with pickle relish and drizzle over top and it’s figure friendly.

Make 2 oz mini burgers and toss the bread
Serve on lettuce, tomato and onions
Ditch the cheese for mustard vinaigrette

Rachael Ray’s Chips and Dip Makeover

Rachael then moves to tell Dr. oz there are healthier ways to dip your chips this summer. Ditch the dips for corn salsa, serve with high fiber chips or vegetables. Add mint to give cilantro a more subtle flavor. Always put out veggies with the chips.