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Goes great with Cooking Lights Barbecued Pork Chops
Steamed peas vinaigrette round out the plate of an asian dish!
Great for an asian side dish.
Goes well with black bean salad.
all parts of the orange -juice, rind, and pulp - flavor the quickly cooked fish.
easy and good meal that is low in caloried
Prepare the sauce up to 2 days ahead, and chill. Grill the jalapenos a day in advance, and refrigerate. Stuff and bake them just before serving. Very good but really spicy!
a simple spicy side
This is a lower fat version of my moms recipe for chicken salad.
Traditional side with a low fat flare!
Really great meal - serve with Old El Paso Spicy Fat Free Beans and Knorr + Veggies Southwestern Rice
Easy and tasty dish!
I got this recipe from People Magazine's Website
So good you'll want to make it again and again!
its a nice day for a white omelette
Only need 1 pan
just like moms
Sweet and simple
Spicy and filling
I just made the sauce in half for one tuna steak because I was eating this along one night while my husband was out of town so the calories are not totally correct because I wanted to share the full recipe with you.
Red curry paste conveys plenty of spicy heat, so a little goes a long way. Feel free to add a bit more to increase the heat, or omit the paste to tame the dish. The addition of slightly sweet coconut milk smooths out the flavors.
Rub Chicken breasts under the skin with the spice paste and grill for a simple, delicious late summer dinner. Leave the skin on the chicken as it cooks so the breasts will remain juicy, and discard skin just before serving.
This dish is an appealing, affordable option for entertaining. Frozen or previously frozen shrimp is often on sale at supermarkets. Total cost: $8.30/Cost per serving: $2.08. (The cost is based on the amount of products used in the recipe.)
This recipe is great and full of flavor - just remember you dont eat all of the oils so the calorie content is shown a little higher than it really is.
This is a great low calorie side dish with tons of flavor!
A customer at work gave me this recipe and I have to say it is delicious! Give it a try - we serve it with Asian Sesame Noodles (see my other recipe from Cooking Light) and Sesame Cucumber Salad (also from Cooking Light)
For a spicier kick to the pungent glaze, leave the seeds in the chiles. Chinese black vinegar (we used balsamic as a substitute) will add a smoky taste.
This spicy Cajun Classic is traditionally served over white rice.
From Cooking Light Magazine
Super tender flank steak with a little kick