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Recipes I've Shared:
My friend is a professional chef and he makes this salsa. Try adding some chopped cilantro if you like. By the way, it gets better the longer it sits.
This Middle Eastern dip is spelled about a thousand different ways but it's always delicious.
Give your cauliflower the taste of Asia.
Bring out the real flavor of this excellent cruciferous vegetable.
Use as a dipping sauce or marinade for chicken or fish.
Easy, refreshing salsa. Serve it over fish!
Paolo is my very handsome brother-in-law, a native of Siena, so this Italian-style roasted chicken is named after him.
Serve over fish, chicken or tofu, for a tasty alternative tomato sauce.
Easy dinner or breakfast!
This is my friend Mac's recipe. The cajun seasoning was counted in the recipe as pepper, but it's possible that it had a little salt in it. Calculate accordingly.
Taste of New Orleans without all the fat.
Exotic Mushrooms make this dish special and extra flavorful.
Chicken soup is Jewish penicillen -- get yours the easy way by using the slow cooker!
Sneaky because the flavors are wild, but they work together.
Try them with chicken soup, instead of rice, noodles or potatoes. Don't worry if they're hard or fluffy (I've always made them kind of hard myself). It's all good.
Yes, it's a regular old peanut butter and jelly sandwich. And it fits into a diet plan!
Pizza on your diet? Sure!
Salt-free cheese! Is it possible? Sure it is!
Based on Alton Brown's recipe, this cheese is made for combining -- I wouldn't recommend eating it on its own.
This is a great way to get a good serving of fruit and fat-free dairy in, and it's low salt. For vegans, you could substitute soy milk.
Try adding extracts or changing the fruits as the seasons change. The variations are only limited by your imagination.
Tomato sauce takes a while, and this recipe is no exception, but with the slow cooker it's easy. Plus, this recipe is made with no added sodium or fat!
Linda is a dietician and this is how she gets everyone -- even those who think they don't like it -- to eat their spinach!
No-salt Mexican rules! Try it with chips or on the side of a Mexican soup. Also wonderful as a sandwich spread instead of mayo.
Enjoy a special treat with your special someone.
Slow cooking makes the beans tasty. Try it as a way to use up leftover beans.
Warms you up on a cold New England day
Nachos that are legal on your diet
Bring these to your next potluck. Trust me.
A friend makes these for an oil drilling camp -- I've made 'em low fat
Recipes I've Rated:
- Walnut-Crusted Chicken with Pomegranate sauce
- (Fish) Grilled Tuna & Spicy Pineapple Salsa
- Curry White Bean soup
- Pineapple Chicken Fajitas
- Whole Wheat Turkey Pepperoni and Mushroom Pizza
- Chicken & Wild Rice Casserole
- High Fiber Zesty Soup
- Cilantro-Citrus Vinaigrette
- Rose Chicken with Artichoke Hearts and Mushrooms
- Matzo-Breaded Salmon
- Sweet Potato Wedges with Rosemary