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All the flavour of fish & chips, with only a fraction of the calories! Add a green vegetable side-dish, and you've got a full meal for under 400 calories!Submitted by MCLAREN21
This is a lower sodium recipe, if you are not worried about salt, add an envelope of onion soup mix (or 4 bullion cubes) when you put everything in the crockpot.
This can use any protein you want (I used shrimp), OR go totally vegetarian, use tofu if you want.
If using raw meat. cut it in bite sized pieces and put it in the bottom of the crockpot, then put veggies on top. I used raw shrimp and did not want to over cook them, so I added the shrimp one hour before I was going to serve the chop suey. If you are using pre-cooked (leftover meat), add to the crockpot one hour before serving time.
I used corn starch to thicken the "gravy" (1 TBSP to 1 cup of water), but you do NOT have to do this step (cornstarch is factored into the nutritional totals).
Serve over rice or chop suey noodles....(not factored into nutritional counts).
Submitted by AGASSIFAN
This dish is delicious, perfect for Lent and packed with nutrition. If you wanted it to be vegetarian, just leave out the tuna...
I have been searching for a Lenten dish to replace tuna casserole....I LOVE tuna casserole, but I am a carb addict and don't want the temptation of all that pasta (even whole grain). So I have substituted the eggplant and the zucchini for the pasta, and went with tomatoes, instead of the "cream" sauce/soup...I guess you could call it a stew. I don't miss the pasta at all. Submitted by AGASSIFAN
This is my slimmed down tuna casserole that gives you your pasta "fix" with less calories being involved. And it makes a nice, large (2 cup) serving. A second can of tuna may be added, but is not figured into my slimmed down version here. The mushrooms help give this casserole a very satisfying "meaty" mouth feel.
Perfect meal for meatless Lenten Fridays.
Optional topping of panko (bread) crumbs and parmesan is not included in nutritional values. Submitted by AGASSIFAN
To decrease fat even more, use reduced fat shredded cheese and decrease olive oil and margarine and use more broth to saute vegetables.Submitted by EERNST66