German Recipes (Most Popular)1869 results - showing 1571 to 1580
Kartoffelklösse are traditionally served alongside a Roast with lashings of gravy or with Sauerbraten and Rotkohl. Leftover potato dumplings can be enjoyed the following day thickly sliced and sautéed in butter. Submitted by GETFITFIZ
This is how my Mom made stew. We loved it. My sister has high blood pressure so now we add no salt. Each person salts there own bowl. We serve it with fresh fruit in season and a steaming hot piece of homemade cornbread.Submitted by CONTENTHERMIT
Ok this looks gross when its cooked but i promise its amazing and its good for you what could be better. and with this a little goes a very long way one batch will feel 4-5 people I promise.
Submitted by KYLIAK
A tasty, cooked meal, with 100 kcal per portion. This is great if you are tired of eating fresh, want to feel some cooked taste, but want to keep the calories low.
Takes some time to make, but it is tasty, and it is very low in calories.Submitted by HAKAPES
A fast, easy to made salad that can be prepared in any season. Eat alone, or with salmon or trout.Submitted by HAKAPES
Uses no prepackaged ingredients, so lower sodium than other recipes. From my mother in law's recipe, modified to boost flavor and lower fat. YUM!Submitted by SCHNOZZLES
Update of an old-fashion family recipe.
I make my own sodium free veggie or chicken broth in the crock pot over night. I counted it as water as it is sodium & fat free, and does not have significant nutrition, just flavor. Edamame and corn are essentially equal in nutrition and can be substituted for each other.
I read that rice in the nutrition is calculated as cooked.
Nutrition = 2 cups cooked rice / 1 cup dry.Submitted by 60SIXTY