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I had some salmon and collards from last night's dinner and decided to create a simple crustless quiche.
This would be good with any bit of left-over meat (chicken, shrimp, ground meatů) and veggie. It's a good way to stretch your budget!
Used three ingredients to make a yummy side dish.
Faster than the traditional but still very flavorful.
Made this with left-over roasted salmon and snow shoe peas from the farm.
I watched 5 Fix this weekend and loved Claire Robinson's potato side. This is a lighter version of her recipe that uses the mister to dispense olive oil and no sour cream.
Sweet and salty, with chocolate. How can you go wrong? Each one is 55 calories, so you can have a few as a snack and not feel too guilty. I'll leave it up to your willpower to eat just a few, though... =)
This is my version of a recipe I saw on the website "cooking well".
Make your own fresh salad dressing! Great way to avoid processed ones from the store. Keep refrigerated up to 2 weeks.
Got left over chicken but it is not enough to just reheat to feed the whole family? How about those small containers taking up valuable fridge space full of cooked veggies? Do you have any instant rice in your pantry? Then you can put together this easy one dish meal that stretches your buck as well as feed your family!
This is probably not the most waist friendly dessert on this site but it is a modified version of the original and as a result it is less caloric.
I made an angel food cake and needed to find some way of using up the left-over yolks. I had to look no further than my roots to rediscover one of my favorite desserts from my childhood. My grandmother used to make this for me and mine didn't turn out as good as hers, but they still brought me back.
I used a mini muffin pan to bake this. The recipe yields 33 quindins, and each one has just 70 calories. Not bad at all, but the problem is that you can't eat just one!
They freeze well, so go ahead and make a batch! You can also serve them at a party atop flattened baking cups.
As a Brasilian, I grew up eating picadinho, a ground meat dish. This is a lighter version of picadinho, made with 94% ground turkey. I flavored it with mexican spices (cilantro, cumin, a dash of chilli powder and a pinch of cayenne).
Picadinho goes great inside a quesadilla, stuffed into a baked potato, served along side veggies and oven fries...
Found this recipe on allrecipes.com
I didn't have cream of tartar, so I omited it, making sure that the egg whites were room temperature as suggested. It worked out really well: the cake is satisfying and light, and moist. I have to freeze half of it so that I don't eat it all at once! Each slice is only 115 calories.
This recipe is from Cooking Light magazine. I did not include the rice in the nutritional information and I put in a bit more chicken than they called for so I had more servings as a result. The taste was excellent. I served it with rice and broculli.
I used left overs for this. I made fish in foil last night and had a whole pouch left over, so that's the base for this recipe. I built upon it with bread crumbs, eggs and scallions for some extra color.
Easy to make, and they are baked so it is easy to clean up, too!
Easy and quick way to eat veggies.