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This recipe comes from Pinehurst Resort and is delicious. Not on the healthy side, but I wanted to see the nutritional information
From a bed and breakfast
I really only use 1/4 C. sour cream and 1/4 C. salsa... but sometimes I like to add a little more, so I decided to include it for the nutritional count
This is a modified version of meatloaf I found on food.com by the same name... it feeds 9-19 people
These deviled eggs are from Rachael Ray - I've modified the recipe slightly as I added mustard and used pre-cooked bacon bits instead of frying up 1/4lb. pancetta as she did. This is a delicious and low carb way to enjoy deviled eggs!
Only 851 calories in the ENTIRE 9 cup dish!! Delicious and flavorful! Can be a side dish, a main dish, or a topping for a salad instead of using dressing!!
The recipe is easily adjusted to your own tastes, too! Add broccoli, cauliflower, spinach, mushrooms, or even bacon bits!!!
*Note: I used canned tomatoes because I didn't have enough tomatoes on hand. Feel free to use more fresh tomatoes.
Once everything is pureed you can barely tell it isn't normal spaghetti sauce. If you're worried about what the flavor will be like try these changes: use half the amount of each fresh veggie listed, but keep everything else the same.
You'll pour off all the juices so only a portion of them are counted in the nutritional values... Also, once the pork is done, remove all fat before serving.
Serve over salad or chips. Makes about 12 1/3 Cup servings.
Changed their whole milk to 2%milk
From Diane Laney's website: http://www.suite101.com/content/main-dish-
From Finecooking.com... I am using light mayo instead of their full fat mayo. The olive dressing is also delicious on asparagus, carrots, and Brussels sprouts. http://www.finecooking.com/recipes/broccol
Another recipe found on finecooking.com. Here's the link: http://www.finecooking.com/recipes/turkey-
This recipe comes from Finecooking.com... the original recipe is served with a watermelon rind relish. This is the link to the recipe on finecooking's site: http://www.finecooking.com/recipes/coffee-
Just something I threw together with ingredients on hand. This recipe is for 1 serving, but usually it is more than I can eat. Lots of flavor in this one! Make substitutions for any of the ingredients you want :)
Delicious with crusty bread on a cold day. Adding pasta makes it more filling, if you like.