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Use very young dandelion leaves. Dandelion is low in Saturated Fat, and very low in Cholesterol. It is also a good source of Folate, Magnesium, Phosphorus and Copper, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol), Vitamin K, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Vitamin B6, Calcium, Iron, Potassium and Manganese.
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Use 'tendersweet' ham in this recipe to keep the salt content as low as possible.
For this low fat dish, use the ready prepared turkey joints which are now easily available from supermarkets or butchers.
Add overnight marinating time to the preparation time.
This delicious aubergine dish is highly reminiscent of Andalucia of Spain where tomatoes, rice, and tuna fish are very popular ingredients.
The fresh taste of lemon and courgettes makes a delicious soup which can be served either hot or cold. Recipe makes 4 generous servings, or 6 as a starter.
Soak raw chicken livers for an hour in milk to enhance the flavour.
Fresh spinach may be used in place of frozen.
SOURCE: 1,000 Recipes: Quick Food, by Caroline Darbonne
Use skinless turkey breasts (or any other light turkey meat) of about 100g (4 oz) each.
The nutritional value of fresh, thick cream was included here. You may opt for light cream.
SOURCE: - 1,000 Recipes: Quick Food,by Caroline Darbonne
Quick and easy frozen dessert!
This fat-free pudding is easy to make and is a satisfying light desset. Try it for breakfast!
For a more substantial dessert, serve pudding on pancakes or waffles.
(Cook Right for your Type, by Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo)
A perfect drinks party snack for those watching their weight!
Filling breakfast smoothie for two.
Makes about 300 ml
A nice touch to cold chicken.
Makes about 180 ml.
Useful as a condiment as well as a pasta topping, try stirring a spoonful into a plate of soup. Delicious with tomato!
Iced soup - refreshing for summer.
Slightly adapted - very rich in Vitamin K!
Low GI, suitable for diabetics. Glycaemic load = .5
Also good with fish filets, pork or veal schnitzel.
Low GI, great for diabetics - Glycemic load - 1.5
Served with protein, this salad takes care of that hungry-after-salad feeling.