susiequsie & i are in "recipe exchange mode" these dys. aware of our fondness for oriental cuisine & that my sister (kathy) often shares her oriental recipes w/me, sq passed this 1 along to me & acknowledged her source as graham kerr who said "this is a l
i love this for breakfast. grandmother started this recipe. i place this in italian bread for a nice, heaty breakfast, or lunch. i have also had good results using either yellow zucchini or artichokes.
based on a recipe from pam spaude’s & jan owan-mcmenamin, r.d.’s cookbook, one year of healthy, hearty & simple one-dish meals. they recommend serving this with a cantaloupe melon for a refreshing and nutritious meal. we often enjoy this for lunch.
this is a very garlicky salad. a nice fast dinner. a slight adaptation from a recipe in "weight watchers miracle foods" cookbook. each serving is 3 points as written. though i suggest a tad more sauce, which would make the points go up a smidge. red onion
a tasty and quick appetizer from paula deen. this simple recipe is quick to put on the table or to serve as a bread side. very easy to season to one's taste and fun to experiment. try some crushed red pepper in the cheese mixture, a tsp or two of dry ranc
we really enjoyed this simple low cal/low fat crock pot meal. the original recipe suggests to serve it over rice but we liked it just as it is with some sour cream (the original recipe suggests plain yogurt and cilantro instead of the sour cream). recipe
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