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A main dish or side dish. Eat warm as a main dish or at room temperature or chilled later or the next day as a side dish. If eaten other than warm, a vinaigrette can be added (as well as other fresh diced vegetables).
An ancient grain that can be used alone, with other foods, or in place of rice. It has a nutty and full texture.
A popular Polish recipe.
A twist on the classic. Serve over biscuits, toast, or hash browns.
Fluffy pancakes with fresh blueberries
Spicy ground beef chili with lots of beans and veggies
Better than Deli purchased!
An easy to make salad with a great fresh dressing.
This is a great fresh dressing that doesn't have that sour bottled taste and is easy and quick to make. It doesn't take lots to make your wedge or other salad taste great.
Combination of prepared mix and fresh ingredients. Great for a cold day.
Tasty and nutritious.
Recipe from Food Network (Bobby Flay). Light, fluffy, and absolutely delicious.
Recipe from Cooking Light Magazine
A full comforting complete meal.
A delicious alternative to "just" potatoes.
Kudos to The Kitchen and Geoffrey Zakarian
Kudos to Goeffrey Zakarian from Food Network
Easy chicken salad made from a rotisserie chicken.
Sour cream and Knorr Vegetable Soup Mix as a dip without the spinach and fixings.
Credit to "Sicilian American Pasta" by John Penza and tony Corsi
Easy and colorful side dish.
"Plain" pork tenderloin.
A once in a while treat!
A fish dish very similar to chicken or veal piccata.
Credit to Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman - thanks.
An excellent sauce to top burritos and enchiladas.
This masa is the closest to fresh from the Mexican markets.
Easy to make, easy to love Salisbury steak with sautéed onions and garlic.
Tasty scrambled eggs with fresh herbs served on toast with melted cheese.
Cool, tasty, and healthy way to start the day or enjoy as a snack
Scrambled eggs but with the tartness of buttermilk in place of cream or regular milk. This makes the eggs much fluffier.
Delicious, quick and easy marinated chicken breasts.
Delicious creamy cauliflower and vegetable soup. It is satisfying for a full meal. Shredded or chopped chicken breast or shrimp can be added for additional protein.
Any variation of vegetables can be used in this recipe and the meat can be left out as well.
This is a rich, decadent, flavorful French toast for special occasions.
Chili with peppers, cilantro, and tomatillos.
Yummy for breakfast, brunch, or dinner, and easy to prepare.
Easy breakfast, brunch, or supper
Quick and easy one dish dinner.
Hearty and wholesome and easy to make.
Knock off of Olive Garden's famous soup with italian sausage, bacon, and greens.
Tomato based but with a little kick
Meatballs to eat alone, on a sub sandwich, or in sauce.
Wild salmon fillets baked with a creamy caper and parmesan sauce
Greek style chicken patties with feta cheese, spinach, and garlic. Great for meatballs also.
Decadent brunch treat but with some added fiber.
A combination of Marie's full fat blue cheese and Chobani's nonfat Greek yogurt.
A lightened version of a classic summer favorite. Requires almost no prep time. Put in the oven when you start dinner and have a sweet and warm dessert when you are finished.
A light deviled egg made with olive oil mayonnaise.
Easy recipe for summer's fresh berries. Use any berries you like. Apples may be substituted in the winter time.
Skewered, marinated shrimp, grilled over a charcoal fire.
Leftover grilled steak, potatoes and vegetables. Tasty and satisfying.
Rachel Ray's recipe for yummy greek style pizza. Thanks, Rachel.
Simple to make. Just fresh veggies and canned tomatoes mixed with pasta. Makes an easy weeknight vegetarian meal.
Creamy and garlicky - great as a dip for vegetables or a spread for crackers. Credit to Gram Dorothy.
Meatballs with spinach, garlic, and feta cheese.
Use any nonfat Thick and Creamy yogurt and any frozen fruit combination.
Lots of blueberries and lots of fiber for lots of flavor!
Chopped fresh vegetables marinated in vinegar and extra virgin olive oil add a fresh taste to salad greens.
A great 4th of July dish. Full of protein, fiber, and flavor.
Can be eaten alone as a main dish or added to any kind of sauce which would contain meatballs.
Like a partially roasted ratatouille.