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This is one of my family's favorite dishes! This can be served over polenta or rice, and of course makes a great taco filling. You can also make it into more of a stew by combining it with diced tomatoes. You can adjust the spices to taste--the recipe is calculated using standard chili powder, but if you make your own (salt-free) blend and use no salt added tomatoes, you can make a low sodium version!
To make this a satisfying meal, eat two (or three!) servings and include some of the optional garnishes. Skip them and stick to the one cup serving size if you're looking for lighter fare.
These moist pancakes are lightly spiced for the palate of my young child. If you like a bit more pizzazz, you can increase the spices or add others. Cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice both work nicely here.
A hearty meal full of protein and fiber. You can make this lighter by decreasing the amount of cheese you use. You can also leave out the chicken for a yummy vegetarian option.
The small lentils in this soup give a fiber boost
A great way to use up left over pork and rice!
This makes a homestyle custard type macaroni and cheese. You can easily add extra vegetables (bell peppers, summer squash, and eggplant are all delicious) to give it a nutrition boost.