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This is for my personal consumption, but by all means make it if you have all or most of the stuff.
Very healthy because of the inclusions of several nutritious powdered supplements. This recipe does not strive to be delicious, but rather nutritious. I have entered it because I have it often and enter it into my daily food diary on SparkPeople.com. I have not entered it as one of the ingredients, but a half tsp of powdered Stevia sweetener (at Trader Joe's if you can't find it) will sweeten this up.
This is delicious. After you make it the first time, you may decide to make it in large batches. Make sure you have a BIG pot if you do. I buy a #10 can of tomato sauce (106 ounces), which makes enough for 26 pizzas. I freeze small batches of 1 or 2 pizzas worth in ziplock sandwich baggies. When you make that big a batch, the oil is 1.5 cups, the butter is 1 cup + 5 tbsp; the onions is 6.5 cups; the garlic is 13 cloves; the tomato sauce is a #10 can, or 106 ounces; the tomato paste is 13 6 ounce cans (or try to find a similar amount out of a #10 can if you can freeze the leftover); the parmesan cheese is 1.5 cups plus 2 tbsp; the dried basil is 1/4 cup, the oregano is 1/8th cup; the salt is 2 tbsp; sugar is 3 tbsp; pepper is 1 tbsp; fennel seed is 1/4 cup.
This taco filling is a little more healthy and low cal w the inclusion of black beans and corn. Trader Joe's makes the best canned corn, but I suppose you can use any canned corn.
A delicious medley. I use the finger potatoes from Costco, but couldn't find them in this database.
I made this up as I went along, but am entering it in SparkPeople to enter it in my meal planner.