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A basic recipe you can adapt to your taste (or craving). Play around with different spice combinations. I add to yogurt, smoothies, cottage cheese, or oatmeal and also as a substitute for some of the oil/fat in baking. Keeps really well both in the fridge and freezer.
Seriously delicious low-carb, low-cal.
Enough sauce for 2lbs chicken breasts (about 4oz each).
Classic marinade for Indian chicken. Serve with sauce (see my recipes for Butter Chicken and Chicken Tikka Masala). You can also cut the chicken into 2" cubes before marinating; great for skewers. ***Note: calorie count includes only one cup of yogurt, as I find there's always about 1/2 cup of marinade leftover, if not more. If you find that you end up cooking all the marinade, add 1oz of yogurt per serving in the nutrition tracker.***
Classic Indian eggplant dish with a kick. I often have this over shredded cabbage (raw or dry-sauteed), roasted vegetables (especially cauliflower), or baby spinach...though it is delicious served with the traditional naan or basmati rice.
You can use well-rinsed and drained canned navy or other beans in place of the dried, which require overnight soaking. The recipe takes about 3 cups of beans, drained.
Adapted from Smitten Kitchen.
I accumulate a lot of super over-ripe bananas in little ziploc bags in my freezer. I find this recipe works better with thawed frozen bananas than fresh ones-- the frozen ones give off extra liquid as they thaw, making the muffins intoxicatingly moist and fragrant.
A fabulous make-ahead healthy dish, since the subtle flavors blend together even more beautifully after several days. Freezes well in single portions for quick microwave meals.
Moist, flavorful, surprisingly healthy--low-cal, low-carb, low-fat. I impress myself every time I make these.
Creamy dreamy soup... without the cream. Low-carb, low-fat, low-cal. From Dorie Greenspan's Around My French Table.