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Using non fat ingredients makes this a low fat, tasty and filling meal. Simple recipe for a very tasty dish!
Wrap this zippy chicken and rice filling in a colorful assorment of green spinach, orange chili, and plain flour tortillas.
This is a very simple and quick recipe. What I like is it can take a fish that can be fishy in aroma and flavor and take that away.
THis kid-pleasing sandwich is perfect fare for any occasion including birthdays and family parties. Also perfect for any pot luck!
Hummus is one of the oldest foods dating back to ancient Egypt. We know that chickpeas were used quite frequently over 7,000 years ago. Hummus is a dip/spread that is made from chickpeas. In fact, hummus is the Arabic word for chickpea. This is a simple, yet tasty recipe that you can add things such as onions or jalepeneo peppers or experiment with a variety of spices that suits your own taste.
I’m a big fan of tuna salad sandwiches. They’re easy and quick to make, are relatively healthy, and are equally as good as an office lunch or in a picnic basket.
There are three key ingredients at work with this version. First off is the lemon juice and zest…it gives the tuna a light, summery flavor that hits immediately. Second is the toast…if you try it straight from the bowl, it just isn’t as good; you need a warm, dry piece of bread to help the flavors burst in your mouth. Third is the cottage cheese…you don’t taste it at all, but it makes the tuna salad so rich and creamy.
This is a simple recipe that tastes amazing, it is also better than any traditional chicken Parmesan I had tried. When you consider it's lower in fat, takes about 10 minutes to put together, it's no wonder why this is my new favorite recipe.
Perfect meal for a cool day.
A simple and tasty recipe that has a taste of the tropics!
Lemon peel adds a nice zing to the breading. I like using important cheeses for extra bite. Easy to make and tasty. You can substitute any fish especially any mild fish.
This is a great recipe that can be experimented with. I thought it was good as is. You can Try adding thyme, marjoram, a bayleafor two, ect. Or, for the best and easiest, substitue a good, proven barbecue rub for beef, like Heiffer Dust, which won "Best Rub" at the American Royal a year or two back and is available commercially.
Simple but tasty crock pot recipe.