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This is a variation from a very old recipe that a lot of you probably still know from old church or community cookbooks.... or like me and found on Pinterest.
For those of you who donítÖ you need to make this one, stat. Itís the ultimate stick-to-your-ribs type of comfort food.
Variation on a light stroganoff. The BF loved it, though he'll eat pretty much anything lol :)
My version on Giadas - I wanted more cheese! :)
All I had on hand for this was regular strawberry Philly, the fat free one works just as well too!
My take on a Chicken Cordon Bleu. :)
Makes 3 Stuffed Chicken Breasts
Variation on Dr. Shapiro's Recipe
I know I selected vegetarian because of the prominent use of vegetables - the bacon can be replaced with a soy product.
From "Picture Perfect Weight loss Cookbook"
Like most soups, this recipe is not really for those who are watching their sodium intake...
I got tired of buying these suckers for $1 each, so I found this recipie at http://www.practicalhacks.com/2008/08/04/h
and made my variation. Enjoy!!
From "Dr. Shapiro's Picture Perfect Weight Loss Cookbook"
"Hondo" in Spanish means "deep." In 1689, Spanish Commander Alonzo de Leon, on a expedition sent by the King of Spain to name the territory, came to a deep valley filled with water and named it "Hondo." Later in 1840, a permanent settlement was established. Located 41 miles west of San Antonio, Texas, Hondo's main industries include corn, cattle, and the national weather service for all of South Texas.
I've grown up with this recipe, the full fat version. I've tried to find the low-cal/low fat substitutes and keep the flavor that my family loves. Though it yields 6 servings, its 6 big servings.