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Eat these with fresh fruit instead of syrup for a healthier topping.
This is a low sodium, low calorie, low sugar, high protein meal.
It uses fresh cod or haddock, fresh baby carrots, fresh green beans, any kind of onion, white wine, and a low sodium broth as the only "salty" ingredient. I left out the salt and added a dash of cayenne, then found the sauce I was making for Brussels Sprouts, which contains a bit more heat, was very tasty with the fish.
You can substitute any kind of broth, leave out the hot pepper or add more. The auto ingredients forced some weird measurements and skewed nutrition info.
I made an Accidental Low Sodium Mushroom sauce originally meant for Brussesls Sprouts which went very well with the fish.
This makes a fine lunch as well, and in WI, you could have it for breakfast with a Leinies.
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You probably know Spark People adds links to your recipes and since I'm on a low sodium, low sugar diet with no artificial sweeteners, I try to use fresh ingredients as much as possible, so I doubt I'd endorse any of their links.
taken from http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Spiciest-Chili
Quick and easy. I make this all the time. When you boil your pumpkin keep the water when you drain it - gives the soup a better flavour and good for you too! My sister puts garlic in as well.
320 gms (approx) per serving