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A good once-a-month cooking recipe. This large recipe makes 12-16 servings, and can be frozen for a nice chilly day. NOTE: This recipe, as listed, is very high in sodium. If you're concerned with sodium, reduce the amount of salt, and consider using fresh tomatoes instead of canned. Also, opt for the low-sodium or no-salt-added version of the canned beans and tomato sauce.
A yummy 10-minute low-cal lunch!
It started as an Italian Lamb Trattoria recipe. It has evolved into a Thai-inspired curry dish. Whatever you want to call it--It's freikin' awesome!
Yummy low-cal wrap for a quick breakfast on-the-go
A decadent serving of beef & bacon, with extra bacon. Reward yourself for a job well-done, or after a nice long day of exercise. This relatively low-cal recipe is a nice occasional splurge.
1 Yellow Squash, Fresh, medium size, about 6"
1 Zucchini, Fresh, medium size, about 6"
1 Onion, medium
1/2 C White Rice
1 12.5 oz Can Chicken Breast
1 T Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 T Chili Oil
1 t Red pepper flakes
10 leaves fresh basil
2 T fresh basil, chopped
1 T Minced Garlic
2 T Fish Sauce
A spicy twist to this popular recipe. A yummy, healthy, quick-and-easy recipe. Perfect as a side dish, or as a snack.
Make a bunch ahead of time and freeze for a good, quick, low-fat on-the-go breakfast
Make a bunch ahead of time and freeze them for a quick, relatively healthy, on-the-go breakfast