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Very tasty low carb dressing
This is a variation on Kate Battistelli's recipe. It's 'inclusive because of the 2 kinds of beans, 2 kinds of peppers, and the three main meats-- poultry, beef, and pork. I increased the quantities proportionately, except for the jalapeņos (1 to 3), added the bell peppers, did not add chili power-used paprika instead, used the bean broth from cooking the dry beans instead of beef broth. I used 4 lb.. of meat, 1 lb. pork, chorizo, 1 lb. ground turkey, and 2 lb. ground sirloin. I substituted brown rice flour for white wheat flour.
Easy to make, just takes time to cook the beans and be willing to chop some veggies.
This the Hurst cajun beans recipe on the packet, with ground turkey instead of sausage plus 1 bag of turnip greens
Recipe on package of Bob's Red Mill Quick Cooking Bulgur Wheat
Recommendation from my personal trainer, with variations on three kefir smoothie recipes I found in SparkPeople. Easy.
Good basic omelette for a high protein breakfast
Great alternative to burgers on Fridays during Lent
Can use mashed turnips as alternative to bread crumbs
Recipe from restaurant in downtown Indianapolis. Instructions assume cook knows basics of cooking an omelette
A frittata is really an Italian omelette. Vegetables are cooked into the egg, vs on top like an omelette.
I made this for those of us trying to control sodium intake. It has no salt in it. This recipe was derived from MasterCook. I added the cinnamon, and did not use the garlic powder. I prefer adding minced garlic separately.
Conventional chili recipe that substitutes chicken for ground beef and with a jolt of cinnamon.
This recipe is a simple derivation from Katie's Spicy Chicken Chili in the SparkPeople recipe database. I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts, and stir-fried cut pieces in olive oil. Also, the cooked chicken was combined with all other ingredients in a Crock pot. Great served with a dollop of sour cream or plain Greek yogurt. Makes 6 quarts, 24 cups.
This rich lasagna is a nice alternative to marinara-based lasagnas and more representative of the flavors of northern Italy. It's very rich, so a little goes a long way.