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Quick and easy and you will think it came from a high quality restaurant.
A wonderful fish dish that is made perfect with a large serving of steamed vegetables.
If you like catfish, you will really like this! I use it during Lent - makes a great family dish!
My family loves this recipe. Chicken can be substituted for the shrimp. This recipe is simple to make. I use fat free chicken broth to greatly reduce the calories.
This light version of an old-time favorite will save you approximately 50 calories and 8 grams of fat per serving.
Tastes just like the Chinese restraunts do it!!!Also try this Szechuan recipe with Chicken, Beef or Tofu instead of Shrimp!
A terrific fish dish best served over a bed of brown rice.
This is a very tasty and easy to make dinner. The salmon is cooked in its own tin foil parcels to absorb all the flavours and remain succulent.
Lots of flavor
Delicious and super easy
Delicious low-fat version full of flavor. Serve over hot 4 oz. dry vermicelli , cooked according to directions and mixed with 1 T butter, and 3 T parmesan cheese.
I know these aren't as good as traditional tuna patties but they are perfect for a very low carb diet.
A good one that tastes "fancy" but isn't. Easy one for first time scallop users - just remember, sear them, set them aside and no more than 5 more minutes!
In just 30 minutes, you can have a light dinner entree that's packed with protein and fresh produce. Serve this sweet and savory salmon with a green salad and brown rice for a well-rounded meal.
This is really delicious and flavorful. Serve over brown rice, or quinoa for a healthy, easy meal.
This is a recipe for Tuna Noodle Casserole that I got off of SparkPeople but the low calories made me suspicious. So I entered it again myself to calculate and found it was inaccurate.
My mom's recipe made healthier.
Healthy, delicious, and easy!
Light and quick fish tacos
Quick and light for dinnertime!
A stir fry surprise with scallops, shrimp and squid.
Good in a sandwich or on lettuce. And try throwing some carrot into the mix when eaten in a lettuce cup. Yum.