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Vegan meal if you change out broth
This can be used as a vegan recipe if you use veg. broth instead. Thick soup for a cold night. Mung beans are like lentils too for those that don't know. This is a very simple tasting meal with no overbearing herb flavors. You can doctor with sauces if you would like, but we like just a hearty warm bowl occasionally. Makes 4 quarts of soup.
Apples, fresh, 8 medium (2-3/4" dia) (approx 3 per l (remove)
*Flour, white, 2 cup (remove)
Salt, 1 tsp (remove)
Butter, unsalted, .75 stick (remove)
Granulated Sugar, 4 tsp (remove)
Brown Sugar, 1.5 cup, packed (remove)
Water, tap, 1 cup (8 fl oz) (remove)
Not a low calorie food, but you can make it better choosing the better butter, pasta and cheese. My kids loved this and it gave me some veggies and that warm yummy mac and cheese craving.
Try this age-old South Beach Diet™ chicken recipe, passed down through generations of home-style cooks-and non-cooks alike! A terrifically simple recipe to prepare, the baked chicken is flavored with a full-bodied, sweet balsamic vinegar recipe originating in Italy. Our version of this classic balsamic chicken is actually a baked chicken recipe, and different because it uses chicken breast (which cooks faster than chicken on the bone) and is baked for a short time in a hot oven, sealing in flavors. The chicken is marinated in a fresh rosemary and garlic recipe, with aromatics and herbs commonly used with pork and lamb - but equally fantastic with chicken. This South Beach Diet™ balsamic chicken recipe is the perfect dinner for you and your family.
Who would believe you could get such a delectable cookie out of such a simple process and with so few ingredients? (That's right; there's no flour!) The not-too-sweet, deep nutty flavor â€” topped with a touch of fruit â€” is perfect for kids young and old. These cookies are so good that I need to remind you to limit yourself to one serving!
Serves: 12 (2-piece servings)
This is from Real Simple magazine October 2008 issue.