Legumes, South Beach
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Variation of a South Beach recipe using available ingredients. I used powdered skimmed milk.
Modification of a recipe to fit South Beach plan.
I used homemade chicken broth, which had no added sodium Th nutriton analysis will have higher sodium than actual recipe.
Phase 2, South Beach. Recalculated from No-Work recipe from Kierae. Modification of a recipe to fit South Beach plan.
I used homemade chicken broth, which had no added sodium Th nutrition analysis will have higher sodium than actual recipe.Submitted by 60SIXTY
A guiltless dinner favorite that's sure to please!
A tasty variation on a favorite.
Quick Method recipe. To morph recipe, add Ham or ham hocks for the turkey sausage. The meat are not calculated in recipe. Can also use beans to top salads or marinate for a salad. 1/2 cup cooked should be a serving. Recipe is to make 16 servings.Submitted by 60SIXTY
South Beach all PhasesSubmitted by GUTBOMB
By making this recipe with dried Great Northern Beans, I was able to decrease the sodium content considerably. I cooked a 16 oz bag of beans per directions. I used 1/3 of the cooked beans for this recipe. The other beans can be stored in the refrigerator and used on salads, or frozen for the next time this recipe is made. Submitted by 60SIXTY
A hit with all who try it! I have had multiple requests for this. I got this from a Paula Deen recipe that has become one of my favorites. Easy to make and great as a salsa with chips or as a side dishSubmitted by JAGORRN
Made from dried white beans, with no sodium added.
Based on a recipe that I used to add pasta instead of beans.
I noted that the size of cans of Tuna has changed since I joined Spark. Deflation of the can?Submitted by 60SIXTY
This healthy low-sodium recipe is very easy to prepare.
Beef & Poultry. My old church cookbook has a lot of mid-century recipe's including this one. I made a lot of changes to reduce the carbs for the diabetics in my family and reduce the fats for me.
Former recipes included 3/4cup ketchup and 1/2 cup brown sugar. I substituted tomato paste, diet coke, and changed out some of the beans for what I keep on hand.
I would love to see Chef Meg's suggestions for this recipe.Submitted by 60SIXTY