25 Recipes Created by LADYHAWKMN1
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Ditch the condensed ''cream of whatever'' soups and make this instead. You only need 10 minutes of hands-on cooking time for a filling yet light bowl of comforting soup. Submitted by CHEF_MEG
This is a thick hearty BOLD tasting stew. The ginger gives it a kick and the coconut milk adds a delicious texture and rich flavor. I was apprehensive at first as I wasn't too sure how this stew would turn out but it ended up being AMAZING, everybody loved it and had multiple servings, the pot was empty in no time !!! I promise this stew will not disappoint!
(use homemade chicken broth and you can cut the sodium in half in this recipe)
(for extra protein add a can of chick peas, but rinse well to keep the sodium low)Submitted by JANNERS1980
Beth doesn't share recipes. She's 'one of those' cooks! ;-) So feel privileged, 'cause here's one she kindly shared! :) (NOTE: Beth's original recipe did not have the basil or pepper, it had one less tbsp. onion, and it had an extra tbsp. of sugar. I modified the recipe for my tastes.) 2007-11-13 EDIT: I made this again, adding 4 cloves of minced garlic, and it was delish! (((NOT included in the nutritional information, but it wouldn't really affect the calories anyway!))) :)Submitted by CURVES_N_CURLS
It's amazing how the tortillas puff up like noodles. If you like noodle-type chicken and dumplings, you'll love this. It's also easy and pretty low in fat and calories! Great Comfort Food :)Submitted by LWENGER
This chili is packed with flavor and fiber. Make a big batch for a crowd or freeze it in single-serving containers for up to four months.
I only got 8 servings (1 C.)
Amount Per Serving
Total Fat28.9 g
Saturated Fat16.6 g
Polyunsaturated Fat0.1 g
Monounsaturated Fat3.4 g
Total Carbohydrate20.2 g
Dietary Fiber2.9 g
Protein21.5 gSubmitted by LADYHAWKMN1
Since the original recipe submitted by JOEKNEE had ingredients that were higher in carbs (i.e. fat free HH, carrots, turkey), I tweaked it and brought the carb count down some! Remember to calculate Net Carbs (subtract the fiber count from the total carbs) to get the true # of carbs.