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What do you do if you have chicken waiting to be grilled but no good fixins' to fix it with ? Make a quick veggie filled lasagna !
Over the weekend I was in a cooking conundrum.. unexpected warm weather was making me want to grill something, but the need/want for some comfort food led me to want something like lasagna.. but wanting to make sure I got the veggy fix in for a "cheat full" weekend of fun food out... this was the compromise that totally hit the spot.
You could totally omit the chicken - however it did give the lasagna a summery taste.. maybe grill the zucchini and the leeks instead ! Submitted by S.INTHEBIGCITY
Another good staple for the freezer, and very tasty -I make this recipe into two casseroles (since it's just me and the hubby) we have 1 for dinner and some leftovers and then another one in the freezer waiting for the next time we're looking for a low fat casserole-y type of dish. You can modify this to add veggies or use turkey or even lean ground beef. Add more spice, or take it out, this is a very modify-friendly dish. Submitted by S.INTHEBIGCITY
Looking for that comfort food taste with a lighter kick, I use turkey as a meat substitute all the time so I whipped this up for a nice light but warm and comfy plate of yummy.
P.S. I don't use any fillers like crumbs, bread or eggs.. I use veggies to keep the loaf moist and tasty.
Submitted by S.INTHEBIGCITY
After a busy weekend of dealing with family and being away from home, I was craving a very homey, belly warming dinner to warm my soul and be a "missed you" kiss for my husband.. but still light enough to not kill the calorie bank.
My husband loves my beef stroganoff - so this is a riff on my own beef recipe but using some pre-made (bought) rotisserie chicken for a quick fix. I served this with some super yummy and creamy parmesan whipped russet potatoes.
Was a perfect comfort meal bowl.
(courtesy of me.. at the semi-interestingmusings.com) Submitted by S.INTHEBIGCITY
In trying to save money and eat healthier, experts and cooks alike recommend having a "no meat" meal at least once a week, so I've been on the hunt for satisfying no-meat inspirations to satisfy my poulty loving husband and my own meat lover's soul. This soup was a last minute one pot wonder inspired by a recipe I saw a few years ago for a post thanksgiving veg out in Bon Appetit (http://www.bonappetit.com/recipes/2009/02
/kale_and_white_bean_stew) here is my interpretation of the recipe to get a similar feel. This soup is packed with nutrition and also will satisfy any meat lover for a no-meat weeknight meal ! Submitted by S.INTHEBIGCITY
Just a lean version of one of my favorites, under 500 calories. Submitted by S.INTHEBIGCITY
I’ve been a northeasterner my whole life so it might seem obvious that I would have a growing arsenal of bubbling savory delights that can simmer on the stove or in a crock pot for hours… This is a riff on a recipe that I picked up from one of the Food Network chefs Dave Lieberman, I took his recipe for Red Wine Beef Stew with Potatoes and Green beans and tweaked it for our tastes and also for a lighter version. This is a no flour recipe, rather I use the potatoes as a thickener and I use Flank Steak for a leaner cut of beef.
Ingredients: Note: I make a larger batch that Dave’s recipe calls for, this recipe freezes and reheats really well hence it is usually a staple of my tri-annual Cook-A-Palooza - Make a lot and save yourself some time later..Submitted by S.INTHEBIGCITY
This is my interpretation of a Giada's (food netowrk) Veggie Bolognese (her's is featured at the following link: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-d
Mine has slightly few ingredients and uses less fat. Submitted by S.INTHEBIGCITY
So hubby and I don't really do anything big or special but I always like to make something special. Submitted by S.INTHEBIGCITY