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I absolutely LOVE this dip with veggies!!!
Needed a recipe to use up some arugula that I had and this fit the bill. Started with a recipe I found on allrecipes.com but changed it to fit certain dietary needs for my daughter. It's very clean tasting.
Saw this dish on Pinterest and had to try it. I LOVE being able to have veggies for breakfast!!! From what I have read there are lots of versions of it. This one comes from - http://theshiksa.com/2010/07/28/summer-201
0-travel-blog-shakshuka/ P.S....I have reduced the amount from the original since its only me eating it.
Found this on Pinterest @ website - http://greatist.com/health/recipe-chocolat
e-banana-breakfast-quinoa/; the recipe was originally for 1 person but the calories and amount was way too much for one! But I really enjoyed it.
I did not add any of the salt packet which is where the majority of the sodium comes from. I looked up the sodium content of the spices in packet & added those in. Even this sodium content is high because the system did not have many "no salt added" choice which I DID use when making the recipe. Beans were rinsed well and ALL canned products were "no salt added"
This is soup that my personal trainer gave to me. Usually you use green beans but I didn't want my asparagus to go bad so I switched it. I also go with low sodium as much as possible with this. At the end I also add some extra lemon....I really like my lemony!!
This is a slight variation from a recipe from allrecipes.com...I added some zucchini. I also changed some of the seasoning sauces that change the sodium content. This recipe is not for those watching sodium. I also add crushed red pepper flakes and chile sauce for some kick!
Really easy and fast week night dinner from when I was a kid. Just made healtier!!! I serve mine on whole wheat sandwich thins.