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Recipes I've Shared:

Eggplant Stew

Middle Eastern dish. Added red pepper flakes will give this dish a nice kick.

Chicken Cacciatore, Low Sodium

Healthy and delicious without all the sodium.

Sun-dried Tomato Artichoke Chicken

A new tasty way to make chicken!! I cannot express to you how delicious this recipe is, simple and quick as well. As an option you can serve over rice or pasta. I prefer it this way with a nice salad.

Cranberry Almond Chicken

Delightful dish. Topping good with chicken, pork or turkey.
While it's baking whip up the topping and add the last 10 min.
Your whole family will love it.

Grilled Chicken, Red Onion and Mint Kebabs

Colorful kebabs with Greek flavors. Easy to fix and delicious to eat. Serve on pita or with a greek salad.

Oven-fried Okra

Healthy alternative to my favorite fried southern dish, fried okra.
It's really good too. This particular breading means giving you 7.8g fiber and 6.8g protein with each of your 106 calories per serving.

Blueberry Pancakes

Full of fiber and protein. Very filling, only need a couple to start your day.

Cajun Rice and Collards

Delicious side that's got that good old Southern feel and taste without being over the top on fats and calories.

Peanut Butter Yogart Surprise

A delicious high protein alternative for breakfast that is fast and tasty for whole family.

15 Bean Soup, Low Sodium, High Protein and High Fiber

When you buy the pkg of 15 bean soup throw out the "seasoning packet". Lots and lots of sodium. Add your own spices and save yourself all that extra sodium.

Arugula Salad with Mushrooms and Macadamia Nuts

This is such a healthy refreshing salad. The nuts are what make it extra special. Only prep is to cut pepper and quarter mushrooms. Easy and fast.

Very Good (4 ratings)
Homemade Chicken Stock, Low sodium

Keep this on had in my freezer in 1 and 1.5 cup sizes so I always have some when I need it. Even the low sodium stocks have too much sodium for me.

Lentil & Barley Soup

Saute vegetables in 1 tsp olive oil except for spinach. Add stock, lentils and barley and seasonings. Bring to a boil and then reduce to simmer for 45 min to 1 hour until lentils are tender. Tear or coarsely chop fresh spinach and stir into soup. Let stand for approximately 5 min until greens are wilted. I have also added fresh lemon juice to my bowl when I get ready to eat.