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I found this recipe at About.com and decided to try it. I made some adjustments to the original recipe by using chicken breasts rather than thighs and using sugar free preserves. I will probably tweak this recipe as I prepare it more often.
Mix a little ahead of time so flavors can mix. You can easily double the recipe for party!
I thawed a pound of ground turkey and couldn't decide what to do with it. This is what I came up with. I served it with a fresh onion cibatta roll spread with olive oil mayo and layered with fresh tomatoes. It was yummy!! (Roll, mayo and tomatoes not counted in calorie total.)
This is a combination of ingrediets i use wtih meatloaf, but here I used panko crumbs instead of the oatmeal I usually use. I serve it with grean beans and a baked potato for a homemade treat.
This combines the taste of lasagna without the calories. You can make with reduced-sodium ingredients and cut the sodium content way down.
A friend introduced me to this simple, filling soup. I lightened up the original recipe by using 12 oz. of turkey kielbasa and fat-free sour cream.
This is a quick and easy recipe that I used when making bean soup in a restaurant I owned and operated.
I had this tasty soup at a restaurant and have tried to imitate it. It is tasty on a cold winter evening!
This is hearty, tasty soup that can be frozen..
This is a dish I learned to make many years ago. It's great to use up leftover roast beef or roast pork.
A gal brought this to a potblessing meal at the church. It disappeared quickly! If you add more or less mayo or more chips, adjust the calories accordingly. Adding a tbsp. of cumin and some red pepper would give the salad a little kick.
You can reduce the sodium by eliminating the parmesan cheese as a garnish, but it's not as good!
Had to use up some ground turkey so came up with this mixture! It is tasty and you can add or delete seasonings according to your family's preference. It is also a good make-ahead meal as it freezes well, and you have single-serving portions.
This just sounded good. I have fresh basil in a herb garden and got some fresh tomatoes. Wanted pizza, and this is the result. You can vary the calorie content by changing out the pita for another type of pizza base and using a different kind of cheese and seasonings.
This is a salad modified from one found the the "Taste of Home Comfort Food" cookbook. It makes a big batch so is suitable for a large family gathering or potluck dinner.
This is a dish I grew up with. Mom made it with leftover pork roast. I like beef, and others have made it using chicken. It's a one-pot meal that can be changed to accommodate your family's taste.
From Taste of Home Healthy Eating magazine, Dec/Jan 2010, page 54