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One-pot cooking keeps cleanup to a minimum.
Make in a ceramic mug - not a glass cup
From Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook
My husband loves this dish. Even cold.
Try this with boneless thighs also.
Great taste and easy to prepare.
It is suggested that you might like serving this pie frozen
This dish tastes like lasagne, but does not have lots of carbs from the noodles.
Consider pureeing this recipe if you like thick soups.
Add or leave out vegetables to suit your taste and the seasons.
Save time by using frozen vegetables instead of frozen. However, you may find the texture changes.
Using a heartburn-friendly marinating sauce makes this grilled chicken one heartburn sufferers can enjoy
Try for persons with Acid Reflux (gerd)
This pizza is with sauce and cheese only. Add whatever toppings desired, keeping in mind that nutritional values do no include any additions and is vegetarian.
Milk-flavored fish varieties include cod, perch and catfish.
Pureed prunes are often used in baking recipes in place of oil and butter. Not only do they reduce fat, but the add antioxidants and potassium. The chocolate flavor in this recipe helps to disguise the color of the prunes. You won't even know they're there!
This method of preparing creamed corn retains the freshness and sweetness of corn on the cob. Serve this corn with grilled meats and sliced garden tomatoes.
Try 1 medium sweet potato in place of squash
Serve with tossed salad
Meal made from 2 hamburgers leftover from Hamburgers with Zucchini and Red Onion recipe
Cook 4 hamburgers and save 2 for Spaghetti Bolognese
Satisfying winter salad
Makes 4 mini loaves
Use mild flavored white fish such as Orange Roughy, Cod, haddock, or halibut
These colorful packets are almost a meal in themselves. Add a cluster of grapes or other fruit.
Cauliflower made to taste like potato salad
From Pillsbury July, 2006, Potlucks & Reunions
From Pillsbury July, 2006 magazine: Potlucks & Reunions.
TIP: To thaw, allow 24 hours refrigerator time for every 5 lbs. of turkey. The turkey for this recipe thaws in 2 to 3 days. A quicker method is to immerse the turkey, still in its original wrapper, in cold water. Allow 1/2 hour per pound of turkey, and change the water frequently.