19 Recipes Created by OAKSHAVEN
I may be eating less, but I intend to eat well. No junk for me. Only the best.
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Sauteed sweet peppers dress up plain chicken. Serve on top of a bed of brown rice.
Cookbook creator says: Excellent. Love the sauce. Not a combination I would have considered normally.
Cookbook creator says: Raves from the people at the potluck tonight. I will add more vegies next time, though. Not enough for the amount of bulgur and lentils. Cherry tomatoes added a nice touch and some color.Submitted by CHEF_MEG
This was my first attempt at making my own granola, because let's face it--that stuff is expensive at the store! You can use any combination of your favorite nuts, seeds and dried fruit, but these are my favorites.Submitted by COACH_NICOLE
Make these rolls at night and pop them in the microwave (about 20 seconds) or toaster oven (on low) until warm. Pair them with a banana or apple, a peeled hard-boiled egg, and a cup of milk, and breakfast is ready to go in two minutes flat! Submitted by CHEF_MEG
This is my version of a sauerkraut recipe from an old cookbook called "Cooking for One is Fun". A little bit goes a long way, and I find it satisfies me for a long time. If you like, you can serve it with a side of boiled baby red potatoes with their skins on. The juice will moisten the potatoes enough so you don't need additional stuff to make them palatable.Submitted by OAKSHAVEN
Had this at work luncheon and really liked it. I drained the vegies and added low sodium broth instead of "dumping" all of the liquid from the cans in. The canned vegies have so much sodium, I figure I saved a lot of it, whether it shows on the "calculations" or not.
This will get better if it sits for awhile, so make it the day before if you are really going to serve that many people at once. If you are cooking for one (as I am) get some freezer bags so you can keep the rest of it for later in the freezer--lots of meals for a long winter.Submitted by OAKSHAVEN
This recipe is really easy; it's really more of a process than a recipe. Rice paper wrappers, which are available in the ethnic sections of most larger supermarkets these days, are a great way to wrap your veggies and protein for a quick snack or light lunch.
Submitted by CHEF_MEG