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This is best with Chilean Sea Bass but very expensive. In a pinch any thicker cut less dense fish will do like halibut. In this recipe I am substituting cod which is what the calculations are for.
Admittedly, I use the super thin low cal flatbread so it's not very stable picking up unless you fold it over...but super yummy!
Very quick evening meal and surprisingly filling!
There is no reason you have to add oil to a dressing to have flavor. This simple mix of REAL raspberry vinegar and honey is perfect for salads and an added bonus as a drizzle on sandwiches and wraps.
Very simple spice blend to make a rub for a chicken.
If you are not familiar with Eurasian food and would like to give it a go this is a great recipe to get you started!
This cake is incredilbly simple to make and you certainly can't beat the calories!
This Caldo Verde tastes fantastic without all the fat you get from traditional sausage and oil. It's also quite simple to makes.
This is a favorite from my child...simple and delicious...but what potato salad isn't!!
I've been making this for years and it's definitely one of my favorite Greek dishes and goes from almost 700 calories a serving down to 488 by simply replacing oil with cooking spray :) Enjoy!
Simple, garden fresh, ready in minutes and a taste that's out of this world!
This is just something quick I like to throw together as a side dish whenever I'm having a Spanish style main dish
This recipe originally calls for Chilean Sea Bass which is AWESOME in this braise...unfortunatelly sean bass is EXTREMELY expensive so this is my thrift store version which is still quite yummy!
Another great recipe from McCormick...and healthy to boot!
This is an easy and simple spin on the black bean burger and it's bursting with flavor!
This is a surprisingly healthy cream of broccoli and cheese soup that doesn't spoil the rich taste we all love. It's also incredibly simple to make :)
Corn meal makes a fantastic wheat replacement and in my opinion better tasting pancake. For those trying to lower their wheat intake without losing out on grain give this recipe a try!
This is a recipe I have been making for years and everyone who has ever tried it loved it immediately!
This recipe is usually made with veal but for those of us who are pinching pennies substituting pork is a fair trade. It is also really good with other types of vinegar, especially red wine or red wine and raspberry. This recipe is PACKED with nutrients and is one of my favorite fall recipes.