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This is a great kids' meal, or cut each quesadilla into eight pieces for an appetizer. Submitted by SPCOOKBOOK
I just whipped this recipe up to use a little leftover chicken I had and to feed my "hungry as a bear" husband some lunch and it was a hit. You may wish to season a little different according to taste.Submitted by ITALIANICE57
I love Subway's Veggie Delight, but sometimes I want a more meaty sandwich, sans the meat. I used to love Philly Cheese Steaks before going veg, and thought a thinly sliced portabella would substitute nicely. It did not disappoint!
Also, the nutritional information includes the marinade, most of which is drained off prior to cooking, so the sodium level is probably much lower.Submitted by GROOVY-FLOR
Cookbook creator says: Few suggestions-add minced garlic to the turkey mixture-a few extra splashes of Worstie and soy to the mixture to amend dryness and serve with this sauce:
1/2 c soy sauce,1 tsp dry mustard,2 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp vinegar,1 tsp brown sugar, grated gingerSubmitted by MOOPIEKINS
Cookbook creator says: I tried it for dinner tonight and it tasted so yummy. Used less butter and I used Lt. Mayo which cut some of the calories. My husband wanted seconds, and there were none to have. This is a diffenit wonderful recipeSubmitted by RACHIELOO
I LOVE chicken & dumplings so when I found this I added my own spin to it and lowered the fat and calories. This is the best chicken and dumplings I've ever had which is amazing since I'm never satisfied with my cooking! You can have a full cup of this hearty comfort food for only 284 calories and 3.8 grams of fat! The sodium could be reduced if homemade biscuits are used instead of the canned biscuits, but if sodium isn't a problem this is a very fast and easy way to make chicken & dumplings!Submitted by STEPH2003
These come out very moist. I found this on the back of a grocery store ad and made a few changes. The original called for 2 tsp of Thyme, 1/4 c of Parmesan, & 2 c of cornflakes. I measured after I dipped and found I had a good 1/2 c of mixture left so I cut the recipe back accordingly.
* For those of you that are salt restricted- You might want to leave out the salt as there's probably enough in the Parmesan cheese. I just sprinkled a little salt over the bowl.
I also extended the cooking time. The original time was 20 mins.Submitted by NANADEB49