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This was a adaptation of a recipe for Crusted Tilapia Florentine that we found in the grocery (Meijer) ad. We didn't have any spinach on-hand; so, we used a can of green beans instead with great results! The recipe called for Italian-style breadcrumbs, but we made our own using whole wheat panko, bran flake crumbs, and Italian seasoning.
A family favorite with ingredients that are easy to keep on-hand. It's convenient as it comes together very quickly with little effort. It is low in fat and calories, but, due to the jarred ingredients, be mindful of your sodium intake when enjoying this recipe.
Delicious. Filled with flavor and memories.
This recipe is one that is passed by word-of-mouth among Weight Watcher members in meetings. It's easy and quite tasty.
This can be altered in many ways to suit the taste of the cook. Cook vegetables to desired doneness. Try different dressings if preferred or try add-ins like crumbled cheeses, pine nuts, or bacon crumbles. Sliver some onions or sautee minced garlic into it for added flavor. Just be sure to account for the nutrional differences that result from these or other additions! If cooked beyond "wilted," this can become more of a hot vegetable side dish than a salad and just as delicious!
A new, refreshing way to eat cantaloupe. The mixture of flavors is very unexpected and very delicious! This recipe is great for summer pitch-ins. It's important that the cantaloupe is ripe with a lot of flavor. If it's fragrant, it's probably perfect. I can't take credit for this. I've tried it from others and went searching the Internet for a recipe. This is what I found and tweaked a little for my own taste (blogger adapted it from the book "The Splendid Table's How to Eat Supper").