Recipes to try in 2010
15 Recipes Created by TRIXIE0425
In 2010 my goal is to try a couple new recipes each month. I don't know how to cook much and all the cooking I've seen from women in my family is greasy, high fat, high sodium, high everything....With all the info available on sparkpeople/sparkrecipes, it's time I actually took advantage of it!
Recipes in this Collection
Cookbook creator says: This is one of the first recipes I want to try for 2010. I've decided that I don't really try cooking the things I enjoy eating. Learning to cook something other than recipes using all prepackaged items has to be a step up. And PIZZA? Hell yeah! Worth a try.Submitted by KRAMTHEGRAM
whenever money was tight and it was close to payday, but she had no money, my mother would make this old standard. It would last for a few meals, it was warm and comforting, you could feel the love in every bite.Submitted by THECAT39
I love this salad at Applebee's. I knew I had to find a way to make it better for you. This is does not have as much of a kick but is almost half the fat and calories.Submitted by MELRAE2
I have tweaked this recipe over the years as a full fat recipe, but now that I'm eating healthy, it's been transformed into an easy, yummy recipe that fits into my daily tracker! You will love it guaranteed! Submitted by BEEBOULDER
An Italian favorite gets a below the border twist. Chef Meg made just a few tweaks before giving this one her seal of approval! She adds the spices early in cooking to help boost flavor and added a full pound of turkey for a more filling meal. Submitted by CHEF_MEG
This quick Southern dish contains no added fat and very little added salt in its spicy tomato sauce.
This recipe technically makes a single serving, but it's a generous one by my standards (about 15 shrimp) It's so quick and easy, but packs some serious spice! My measurements in the kitchen are never really exact and yours don't have to be either. You can adjust to make it as hot (or not) as you like. Submitted by VANILLAKISS555