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Steak Frites

I saw a not as healthy version of Steak Frites, the French dish, on America's Test Kitchen. I decided to make a healthier version by skipping the butter, choosing top round steak over ribeye steak, grilling instead of frying, dressing the greens with red wine vinegar instead of regular salad dressing, using sweet potatoes instead of white potatoes for more fiber and nutrients, and baking with parchment paper and cinnamon instead of frying with peanut oil and cornstarch. Submitted by PARADISE131

Elisabeth's Veggie Bake

Healthy, Easy, and Tasty. This is my take on my neighbor's fall vegetable dish. You can pretty much substitute any veggie you have on hand. We vary the recipe by adding onion, leeks, fresh tomatoes instead of canned, fresh garlic instead of powder, etc. If she is using dryer vegetables she drizzles the dish with olive oil.Submitted by KIMREX

French Bread

French BreadSubmitted by LIFE-FAITH

Duck with prunes, cinammon and honey

Adapted from: Largely I reduced the serving size...not much of an adaption I grant you...
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Orange Orange Roughy

Healthy, tasty and quick, this recipe has become a standby for us, both for entertaining and for everyday eating. Any white fish will work, but orange roughy just seems right for an orange juice based sauce!Submitted by SUZISUZISUZI

Healthy ranch dressing/dip

If you love ranch dressing, but hate the calories and can't stand the taste of the artificial "fat free" varieties, you may really love this alternate. based on the idea that substitution doesn't work - only real ingredients that are the way they naturally occur taste good, this ranch dip or dressing uses yogurt and cottage cheese to create that creamy flavor without the fat and calories. The serving size is a very GENEROUS 1/8 cup of dressing, and has only 30 calories! Indulge with a dressing so good and wholesome you could eat it with a spoon,Submitted by SUZISUZISUZI

Rather French Onion Soup

My (and my mom's) version of the classic French Onion Soup. Using Julia's recipe as a base, this uses butter and bacon fat to saute, gets a splash of cognac and a cup of wine along with the rich, flavourful beef stock. My stepbrother (who requested it in the first place) ate two huge bowls!Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Strawberry Rubies

Adapted from "Food for Friends" by Sally Pasley Vargas, this French-inspired recipe results in whole berries preserved in a caramel-like sugar syrup - certainly gem like in appearance, and with a taste just as precious! I only had enough berries for this recipe (a 1/4 batch or the original) but it turned out so well I'm saving the recipe for next year's crop!Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Apple Lover's Apple Cake

Modified from a Patricia Wells recipe in The Paris Cookbook called Gateau aux Pommes de la Reine des Pommes, this cake has tons of apple chunks barely bound together by a spelt and flax batter. After baking almost all the way through, a topping of coconut oil, raw sugar and beaten egg gets poured on for a gossamer-thin crisp element. I used camelina oil and Amoré Almonds + Dairy beverage for a delicious nutty element in the batter, and while the cake practically fell apart it was delicious!Submitted by JO_JO_BA

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