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I originally had this as a sample at Costco. We make it frequently and it something different to have than regular pasta or chicken salad sandwiches.
I was looking for something to make one night and had the above ingredients except the tomato sauce. I used tomato juice instead. After putting the ingredients together I realized I made my own chili.
This recipe is from the new WW just 5 cookbook.
I found this recipe on the skinnytaste dot com web site. The recipe originally use white rice but I changed it to brown rice. To lower the sodium content, I will definitely make my own sauce next time.
I found this recipe on the skinnytaste.com site. I made it as a dip for baked french fries. It would also be awesome with fresh veggies or chips.
I found this recipe on skinnytaste.com. It was amazingly good and fun to make. It has almost zero sodium and you can't tell the difference!
I found this recipe on skinny taste dot com. It was awesome. I think I'm going to roast my broccoli like this from now on. I'm planning on adding grilled chicken next time.
My dad made spaghetti quiet frequently when I was growing up. It used to take ALL day to make. This isn't quiet as fresh and homemade as my dad's but it is still good! I usually use 2 different brands of sauce to blend the different flavors together.
A much healthier version of restaurant taco salad!
I originally had this at Chili's. There version of it was 1400 calories!! Holy Moly! My version has just over 200 and serves 2 people.
10 grams of protein and only 175 calories! Extremely satisfying and filling!
This is great way to use left-over potatoes. I've made this using fat free buttermilk, but I didn't have any. I make mashed potatoes with sour cream and cream cheese, so I thought I would try it with this recipe.
My daughter found this recipe online.