my healthy kitchen
(Recipe Collection)

7 Recipes Created by KFABER2933

Recipes in this Collection

Kim Chi (very spicy fermented cabbage)
Incredible! 5.0/5
(3 ratings)
Kim Chi (very spicy fermented cabbage)

Traditional recipe for Korean style KimChi. So many healthful benifits, never mind the sodium!Submitted by LADYBAILEY

Carbs: 3.2g | Fat: 0.4g | Fiber: 1.4g | Protein: 1.3g | Calories: 16.7
Breakfast Fried Rice
(no ratings)
Breakfast Fried Rice

Devin Alexander recipe from "I 'Can't Believe It's Not Fattening"
I LOVE ALL her recipes!
I especially love this after working out in the am. Submitted by MERRYCHEF

Carbs: 16.4g | Fat: 0.5g | Fiber: 1.4g | Protein: 13.7g | Calories: 133.8
Grape Salad
Incredible! 5.0/5
(12 ratings)
Grape Salad

Submitted by MEP548

Carbs: 26.9g | Fat: 9.8g | Fiber: 1.5g | Protein: 3.1g | Calories: 196.6
Skinny Hummus
Very Good 4.0/5
(2 ratings)
Skinny Hummus

All the taste and nutrition of Regular Hummus, a fraction of the calories and fat.Submitted by GOLDDUSTMOMMY

Carbs: 6.5g | Fat: 1.8g | Fiber: 2.2g | Protein: 1.9g | Calories: 41.9
Cola chicken
Incredible! 5.0/5
(1 rating)
Cola chicken

You can also do this in the slow cooker.
Serve over rice (not included in calculations)
The sparkpeople calcualte it at around 367 calories, but I did it myself and it only equaled 215 calories and 4 WW ponts. If you serve with 1 cup of rice that's only 8 points for the entire meal!Submitted by NB9251

Carbs: 17.7g | Fat: 6.3g | Fiber: 0.4g | Protein: 53.7g | Calories: 373.5
HungryGirl's Kung Pow Chicken
Very Good 4.8/5
(21 ratings)
HungryGirl's Kung Pow Chicken

From a HG newsletter 10/9/07 - light version of a classic chinese dish. Remember - this is without rice!!Submitted by SNARFULA

Carbs: 16.3g | Fat: 2.9g | Fiber: 2.1g | Protein: 29.5g | Calories: 210.1
Homemade KimChi (or Korean Sauerkraut)
Incredible! 5.0/5
(1 rating)
Homemade KimChi (or Korean Sauerkraut)

This lacto-fermented recipe makes about 2 quarts of fresh Kimchi. Kimchi can be used as a condiment for soups, salads, pastas, etc., or can be eaten by itself for breakfast alongside eggs. This recipe requires whey (preferably homemade). If you can't make whey or can't get it, you can substitute a little extra salt.

This recipe is taken from Sally Fallon's Nourishing Traditions. If you are interested in learning how to make your own whey, yougurts, creams, etc....check her out!Submitted by LADYZHERRA

Carbs: 5.9g | Fat: 0.4g | Fiber: 1.7g | Protein: 1.4g | Calories: 28.6
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