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Spicy salad with beef, cucumbers, romaine, mint, cilantro and a spicy dressing.
The shredded zucchini added to the mix makes these turkey burgers incredibly moist. Both turkey and zucchini can be a little dull flavor-wise, but you when boost them with herbs and spices like mint, cilantro, garlic, cumin, and cayenne, they are anything but dull.
This bacon, spinach and tomato pasta salad is a quick and easy side item or main dish.
Apples and honey are classically perfect for each other, only to be made more handsome when they let the sharp, saltiness of aged white cheddar into the club house. This sandwich tastes great grilled up in a bit of butter and served as a breakfast or afternoon snack. And to boot, it leaves an incredible aftertaste in your mouth.
Serve a zesty chicken taco salad drizzled with a chipotle chile, cumin, and cilantro dressing. The smokiness of the chipotle brings out the rich flavors of the roasted chicken breasts.
This is that recipe you've seen on Pinterest that claims to be under 250 calories. It's not - it's actually almost 400 calories, but still very good.
A quick, basic meal
A flavorful chicken dish named after Bourbon Street in New Orleans, Louisiana
THIS IS SO BLAND! NEVER MAKE IT AGAIN!
A delicious turkey sausage breakfast burrito with peppers and onions, tomatoes, chillies, black beans and eggs, topped with queso. 14g of fiber.
A healthy version of alfredo pasta
THIS WAS OK, BUT STRAWBERRIES GOT VERY DARK AND GROSS LOOKING AFTER A DAY
PRETTY GROSS, UNFORTUNATELY.
Spaghetti squash, ground turkey, peppers and onions in a spicy vodka sauce
THESE WEREN'T GOOD, AND DIDN'T KEEP WELL AT ALL. GOT ALL MUSHY.
Easy to prepare and rich in flavor, the casserole pairs fabulously with roasted chicken, ham, or pork chops.
This speedy Asparagus-and-Ham Casserole is pure comfort food and needs only 10 minutes to bake. That's because most of the prep work (cooking pasta and making a light cream sauce) is done on the stovetop. Simply bake to brown the breadcrumbs and make the filling bubbly.
While the average spinach dip will cost you approximately 160 calories for just two tablespoons, this recipe delivers a teensy 55 calories for the same serving! You just bypassed over 100 calories. How's that for big savings?
Sesame beef made in the crockpot with broccoli, peppers and onions, served over rice.