Xander's Main Dish
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This is a delicious recipe that is full of great flavors, healthy, and high in protein.Submitted by S318830
Delicious chunks of paneer are marinated in a spicy yogurt mixture and then fried, roasted or broiled. I used them in a whole wheat pita stuffed with spinach and tomatoes. Can serve with a tomato based gravy, on a bed of rice, with some stir-fried vegetables, or eat as is for a tasty snack. Submitted by KIERAE
An Asian twist on an Italian classic, these sesame, squash, mushroom and ginger-filled wontons are super simple when you rely on store-bought wrappers and canned pumpkin. 12 ravioli per serving.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
This recipe is part of "The SparkPeople Cookbook." Order your copy today! This salad is even better the longer it sits in the fridge, so we love to make a big batch of it and eat it throughout the week.
Submitted by CHEF_MEG
We are trying to eat healthier, use less oil and not use bread and cheese. This is a version of a favourite of ours that is also on this site, but has been toned down a bit. The Dukkah mixture can also be found on this site, it is a simple toasted nut and seed mixture that is quite lovely.Submitted by MADEMCHE
A lighter accompaniment to Turkey. All the flavors of Thanksgiving without swimming butter and sugar.
Dried cranberries (or other dried fruit) can be substituted for the fresh cranberries, if the fresh are not available.Submitted by 15THC_ODETTE
Served cold or hot, these tangy yet sweet noodles are rich and tasty.
These bean cakes are yummy and great for you. Served with the salsa, it makes a very colorful and festive presentation. I serve these with a lite side salad. Plenty of protein and fiber. Even my meat loving hubby loves this meal.Submitted by BCJL13
This dish is baked and flavored with a Mediterranean-style tomato, onion, and garlic sauce to make it lower in fat and salt.
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