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You'll only use about half the peanut sauce.
Can add a pound of ground turkey to add some protein.
Can be made with other sausage or without.
I add a 1/3 cup of my peanut sauce to this recipe.
This is great on cold noodles with some red bell pepper for a little crunch.
This is great on some brown rice! The sauce is thin enough to coat everything, but thick enough not to be soupy.
This is a great light salad - cold or warm!
Careful with the red-pepper flakes, too much can be too hot.
Add more jalapeno for a spicier flavor, 1/2 a pepper doesn't give it a lot of kick.
Make sure to cook this using indirect heat!
The nutrition info doesn't have the pitas added in, so use what you want!
This is great with some hot brown rice!
This is super easy and you can change it up a bit by using different flavors of cream cheese or adding other herbs.
Add whatever other veggies you want!
This is super easy, especially with the spaghetti sauce, but you can use regular tomato sauce and add your own spices if you want to change the flavor.
This is a great addition to grilled chicken, caesar salad, burgers, you name it!
You can add whatever spices you want to this recipe to make it your own!
If you are like me and can't order a Mango Lassi in a restaurant because you drink them too fast, these are for you!
This is a really light and fresh recipe! Even better with the raita (which is not included in the nutritional calculations).
This is just the filling, use whatever wrap you want!
You make the enchilada sauce on your own so you can really customize it. I dice the cooked chicken fine for my casserole.
Great little side-dish or snack!!!
Awesome! May need to play with the lemon juice ratio a bit.
This is calculated with regular mayo and olives, but you can re-adjust to your liking and fit it into your tracker. This doesn't hold over well - the dressing gets absorbed and the flavor goes away so eat it all at once or add a little more vinegar and yogurt when you serve it again to refresh it a little bit.
This is a pretty good recipe - I take little baggies of these on road trips and hikes. Keeps you awake and going!
This is a base recipe, feel free to add whatever spices you want to match the rest of the meal.
This is a little bland, but is a great base recipe - I'll edit as I rework it.
The salt content could be a bit high, but if you watch it, you can bring it down without messing with any of the other numbers.
This is great on the BBQ with the yogurt sauce and maybe a Mango Lassi Pop for dessert!
Using the whole wheat pasta helps add a little helft to the meal. I used sriracha sauce for my chili-garlic sauce, but it is up to your tastes.
This is great! Be careful not to burn the garlic or everything is bitter. It comes out nutty and with great garlic taste - love bulgur!!!
This is great in wraps or with fresh veggies for a side.
This is awesome! You can add a chili like a serrano if you want to kick up the heat a bit.
This is entered with regular mayonnaise, but you can substitute light mayo or yogurt if you want to.
This is divided into 24 portions, but you can adjust it for yourself according to your calorie requirements.
These are great little take aways, they tend to be a little soft so eating them on the go isn't such a great idea yet. Still working on how to make them hold up a little better.
A quick throw-together meal when you don't have a ton of time. From the blog "Zoey's Kitchen".
You don't expect cumin, green olives and raisins to taste good together but they are really good. Top with a little feta cheese and you've got a great meal.
Really flavorful and easy to make. The burgers are smallish but filling and I serve them on a leaf of romaine.
A great dinner or lunch, you can substitute ground beef for the sausage, but the sausage just makes it better!
A great side dish for Easter or a cook out, but packs a punch to the calorie count, so use sparingly! You can also substitute fat-free cheese if you like, that will change the nutritional count though.
Easy afterwork dinner recipe you just brown, rinse, dump and heat.
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Josh & Megan's recipes that we've found, used and modified during our SparkPeople odyssey. Runs the gauntlet of types of cuisine and meals. If you are smart about it and know your tastes you can always modify a recipe to fit your style of diet or taste.