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Recipes I've Shared:
The perfect topper for popovers!
This is the recipe that comes with the popover pans purchased at Jordan Pond House in Acadia National Park near Bar Harbor, Maine. One thing the chef told us - make the dough in the morning, refrigerate all day, then remove from the fridge 1 hour before cooking to bring the dough back up to room temperature. Mix again then bake.
Frozen veggies added to Trader Joe's Chicken Breast Medallions w/ Coconut Red Curry Sauce to make a more well-rounded meal. Delicious served with some rice
Trying to come up with something interesting based on what I had in my cupboard - I served this with an all-day marinated London Broil.
A staple food in Nepal and Tibet. This is a healthy take on a recipe my home-stay family made in Kathmandu. Makes 9.5 servings of 10 momos.
A healthier twist on an old favorite - only 75 calories per serving.
* Red Ripe Tomatoes, 3 large whole (3" dia) (remove)
* Pepper, red or cayenne, 1 tsp (remove)
* Cilantro, raw, 16 tbsp (remove)
* Garlic, 3 cloves (remove)
* Ginger Root, 1 tsp (remove)
* *Cumin seed, 1 tsp (remove)
* *Coriander seed, 1 tsp (remove)
* Pepper, black, .5 tsp (remove)
* Salt, .5 tsp (remove)
Baked, not fried! But full of flavor.
Note - you will use less than half the egg/milk mixture, hence the nutritional values entered. If you want to double the recipe, do not double the egg/milk values as you'll just be wasting them.
An adaptation of a Rachel Ray recipe.
A great filling for any Mexican dish, such as tacos, enchiladas or burritos. Health numbers calculated with corn tortillas for enchiladas. Freezes great!
A recipe mom brought home from a trip to Spain in the 1970s.
A great stew for summer veggies - substitute any of the ingredient for any summer veggies you have on hand.
A hearty winter stew to warm any cold evening
Makes about 8 2/3-cup servings of filling in 1 8" flour tortilla
a cheap meal from my grad school days.
A slight alteration of the Healthy Slow Cooker recipe to bring out more peanut flavor while still keeping calories under 400 per serving
Put in turkey instead of beef, use low-fat or fat-free cheeses and add some veggies, and bam! A great tasting lasagna for under 300 calories per serving.
This recipe makes a LOT of food. Great for parties. I make this in one 9x18 pan, and one 9-9 pan, then bake both pans at the same time, however you could prepare 2 9x12 pans, and cook one on Monday and one on Tuesday, for example.
A great, easy to make stir fry. Use fresh or frozen veggies; recipe calculated with frozen as it's now winter here.
A Mohegan tribe recipe that we love - we've added more of each veggie to the original recipe
broccoli sauteed in a lemon-garlic sauce