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The marinade in this recipe can be easily altered to suit your taste. Try adding a clove or two of minced garlic and a sprinkle of fresh rosemary to finish. It pairs nicely with roasted potatoes, a green side salad and fresh fruit.Submitted by FRNKGRIFFIN
I created this dish for dinner one day when I was pressed for time with ingredients I had on hand and it was an instant hit! A low-carb delight as is, but you can serve over wide, whole-wheat noodles or brown rice if you are not watching carbs. Submitted by BETHPROVERBS31
Filling and delicious--the perfect mid-week dinner.Submitted by WOLVERINEGAL
This is my own creation. Sweet, mild, healthy, non-fishy tilapia is complimented by lemon, capers, butter, broth, and white wine in this satisfying and deceptively easy meal. I like my piccata lemony with touches of onion, garlic, and capers to round out the taste. This is a basic recipe for 1 lb. of filets. Please reduce this recipe accordingly if you use fewer filets, unless you want the leftunders as lunch or another dinner, like I do, if all is not eaten during the first go-‘round. I am a strong believer in flexibility, so experiment and substitute most any flaky white fish, pounded-flat veal or chicken cutlets, according to your creativity, pantry contents, budget, ingredient-availability, and personal tastes. I would greatly appreciate your feedback on this recipe, including any suggestions, comments, and input. Thank you for reading and trying this recipe! SparkPeople rocks my world!Submitted by KEEPITMOVING
These low carb Pancakes are soooo good. They have a nutty flavor and are very satisfying. They are also SBD phase 1 friendly. (Flaxseed counts as daily nut allowence)
Try rolling up turkey sausages with the pancakes and drizzle with sugarfree syrup.
Take a table spoon or two of lowfat creamcheese and mix with splenda and vanilla and warm in microwave for a "frosting" to spread on topSubmitted by ALWAYSWAITINGXX
This is a low carb adaptation. There are no potatoes in this particular recipe due to my low carb lifestyle. It is tasty. You may add sour cream as a garnish.
There are many substitutions to be made to this basic recipe. Have fun playing around with it!Submitted by JOEKNEE
This was very good and much easier than stuffing the cheese into the chiles, but with pretty much the same flavor of the traditional method. If you don't care for hot food, you could use plain Monterey jack cheese instead of the pepper-jack. For myself I added more pepper. You can see Linda's receipe at; www.genaw.com/lowcarb/chile_relleno_casserole.htmlSubmitted by THELMAGADDIS