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A old favorite just got even better!
Give canned pears gourmet appeal by gently simmering them with dried cranberries and spices. The result is so good people will think the recipe came from a celebrity chef.
Printed with permission from the American Institute for Cancer Research
Great alternative to the usual breakfast fare.
Yum! You've probably never had soup like this before, but we bet you'll be coming back for more.
Serve with a side of brown rice and you've got a tasty meal.
Fluffy dish will tickle your taste buds.
This sauce recipe was based on a Jo Mama's World Famous Spaghetti sauce recipe that I modified for taste. When I make this sauce, it quickly disappears in my house. Everyone seems to loves this sauce.
Submitted by GFERBER
I love stuffed peppers. By changing the ingrdients to turkey instead of beef and using whole grain rice, it's now a healthy, YUMMY alternative packed with nutrition. Cooking the rice ahead of time and storing in the fridge saves time later.Submitted by TYGGRESS
The broccoli in this recipe can be substituted for any other veggie. I do not suggest adding meat to this. Although it would taste lovely, milk, eggs and cheese add plenty of protein to the meal.Submitted by JDANBURG
This is delicious and easy to make !!
Usually Chili Recipes use ALL canned beans and the sodium level in canned beans is ridiculous so I have used a combination of both dried beans and canned beans in order to lower the sodium intake. When using canned beans, the majority of the sodium is from the liquid the beans are stored in to preserve them. I rinse, soak and rinse mt canned beans in order to ensure I get rid of all that sodium slop, I also use very warm water to rinse the beans, this will reduce the sodium by more than 75% per serving.
This Turkey Chili has over 20 gr of Protein per serving!Submitted by JANNERS1980
Submitted by DMPERRAULT