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Recipes I've Shared:
This salsa goes well with grilled chicken, pork, seafood, or beef.
Chicken Tinga is a Mexican dish of shredded chicken simmered in a tomato and chili chipotle sauce.
La Tortilla Factory high fiber wrap makes this low fat veggie burrito filling and good for you!
Delicious with roasted meat.
A reduced fat version of the Williams Sonoma Margarita Pie.
A lightened up version of the classic dip.
Dominos Pizza Makeover!
Another Dominos makeover!
I choose to use whole wheat penne pasta for this recipe, but you can also use linguine or any pasta you prefer. This is based off of an Ellie Krieger recipe but I added less pasta and parsley, more garlic, and decreased the serving size to 2 to increase the amount of shrimp and veggies per serving.
The simplest, yet most delicious potato salad. Made with Yukon Gold potatoes, it's creamy and rich even with light mayonnaise, and the classic crunch of diced celery.
A colorful mix of veggies, pasta, turkey pepperoni, and mozzarella cheese makes this lowfat pasta salad not only look great, but it's healthier than most! (See my note about sodium below the ingredients list).
Classic Greek salad. Top with my Greek salad dressing!
Adapted from FiberOne.com
This pan sauce is meant to accompany my roasted pork tenderloin recipe (see recipe) but following the general idea, would work well with any roasted pork or poultry.
This is a simple, yet surprisingly delicious recipe for oven roasted pork tenderloin. The recipe works just as well with red wine in place of white! I use the pan drippings to make an incredible pan sauce to finish the pork.
A cool, creamy cucumber dip or sauce. Great for topping gyros, or dipping veggies and crusty garlic bread.
Simple stir fry, with lots of veggies! Sliced chicken can be used in place of shrimp. I serve this with my homemade sesame soy dressing (see recipe) yum!
Great over stir fry with chicken or shrimp, or as a dipping sauce for steamed dumplings!
Inspired by The Chicken or the Egg restaurant, Long Beach Island, NJ.
This recipe is based on Paula Deen's version, but I have made lower fat substitutions and added more lemon, dill, and garlic. It is great served with crab cakes, grilled salmon, or any seafood!
This recipe is based on a Paula Deen recipe, but I have lightened it up considerably and added lots more veggies! My nutritional info is based on the mini version, but this recipe can also make 10 large crab cakes.
This recipe is based on the original version by Emeril Legasse, but I lightened it up even further. My boyfriend loves these dipped into fat free ranch dressing! These are a much lighter version of traditional fried jalapeno poppers.
Crock Pot or Stovetop - Delicious!
A holiday favorite!
Moist and dense little muffins!