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This has been my husband's favorite forever.
A delicious twist to traditional rice!
The original recipe calls for one can of tomatoes, but I use two. It tastes like Penne Rosa from Noodles, Inc.
This recipe was found on the Skinnytaste website.
This is amazing!!! Guests never even know its healthy. It's so easy and reheats wonderfully as well. This recipe is a winner!!
This is adapted from a Betty Crocker Recipe using bottled sauce.
This recipe is already listed in Spark People, but the calories seem way off on the other recipies.
I left out the vegetable oil in this recipe and doubled it so that it was four servings. Two servings did not cook well in a crockpot.
Wholesome and delicious in minutes!
This is modified slightly from the Betty Crocker website and makes 3 servings.
This is from the Betty Crocker website. I have substituted cooking spray for vegetable oil. Otherwise the recipe is true to the original.
Makes 4 servings, 1.5-2 cups each
This is from the Kraft website. I have eliminated the yellow pepper and reduced the amount of sirloin to 12 ounces from the original recipe. Nutrition amounts include the rice.
This is from the Kraft Foods website, modified somewhat for taste and lower calories.
This is modified from the Bob's Red Mill Flaxseed package.
This is my personal recipe that has evolved over the years from my mother-in-laws recipe
This recipe originally said it was 4 (1.75 cup) servings at 470 calories each, but when I used the nutritional calculator it came out much higher, so I changed it to 6 (1.25 cup) servings for 344 calories.
Betty Crocker recipe
From Alton Brown
Makes 6 servings
With just four ingredients and 20 minutes, this is a delicious dinner.
Serve taco or corn chips on the side. (Optional)
Slightly modified from the one in the summer 2010 magazine.
A slim-downed cole slaw dressing using light Miracle Whip and Splenda.
From Kraft Food & Family - Summer 2010
I replaced the mayonnaise with light Miracle Whip, the 1% milk with non-fat, the sugar with Splenda to create this lower calorie dressing
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