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I got this recipe from my friend Nancy. She swears they are magic because when ever she eats them, she has a weight loss the next day.She cooks them in the crock pot all day, I cook mine in a pot on the stove. What ever works for you. This is a very basic recipe that yields a lot of lentils. I like to add a dab of curry paste or other flavorings to create different tastes so I never get tired of the same old thing.
This is a recipe from Weight Watcher that I modified just a bit. Super yummy, I added a small chipoltle chili with some of the adobo to add a little kick to it. You would never think this is "diet" food. Serve it with baked tortilla chips or assorted veggie sticks and you're good to go.
This is my adaptation from an Allrecipes submission.
This sauce accompanies the English Sticky Toffee Pudding. You are supposed to pour about 1/3 cup of this sauce over the cake and put it under the broiler until bubbly, then pass the rest around to pour over each serving. To die for good!
This recipe is unbelievably good, a complete indulgence.
This was totally a last minute "what can I make for dinner?" situation. Expectations were not high, so imagine my surprise when this turned out amazing! My veggie disdaining, meat adoring hubby loved it too. Bonus!
This is meant to accompany turkey kofta. I listed them separately because the raita has more than necessary for the 6 servings listed for the kofta.
This is a quick tasty topping for broiled tilapia fillets.
It makes enough to cover 7-8 fillets, depending on size.
This is a recipe that I adapted from another site. Originally, the recipe called for 6 tbls of olive oil. This is a much lower calorie Kofta. It is very tasty. I served with apple raita but listed the recipe separate because it has more than 6 servings. Topped with a little fat free or regular feta and you've got a tasty dinner.
This is my version of the copycat vitatop muffin recipe that I found. Since some of the reviews stated that the muffins were dry, I made a couple of changes. In the original recipe, they used unsweetened applesauce and nonfat half and half. I substituted mashed banana for the applesauce because I thought that would help keep the muffin moist, and greek style yogurt for the half and half. I also added molasses as the splenda website said that would add moisture and boost flavor. Since I watched a chocolate chip instantly sink into the muffin, I let them bake for a few minutes before sprinkling the chips on top of the muffins.