dont miss out on this christmas treat just because you are diabetic. try this instead
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japanese deep-fried tofu with a soya sauce and dashi sauce. absolutely yum. i originally found the recipe in a japanese cookbook i have at home. nb. the daikon and ginger is usually mixed into the sauce and the tofu then dipped into this mixture. you m
since pumpkin is the "ingredient of the month", i thought i would contribute a few pumpkin recipes. if you like risotto, and are looking for something a bit different, you should give this one a try. i think the nutmeg and gorgonzola cheese are an interes
this goes coconut cream pies one better! i've had this recipe for over 20 years and it always gets a fantastic reaction. an easy, impressive-looking dessert! don't count calories here, just enjoy! originally from humphrey's restaurant in houston.
these cookies are really good! and they only have a little bit of butter in them! you can add raisins to them, or you can use chocolate chips instead! they are moist and tasty. one healthy recipe my family actually liked! makes 4 dozen
this is our favorite salad . . . sometimes we just make a meal out of it! note: i've found that the romaine is best (very crisp) if it's soaked in ice water for approximately 30 minutes, then spin dry. i use my recipe #175543 however a good quality bo
similar to flan —but without the extra carbs— this creamy custard makes a refreshing finale to any spicy meal. this recipe can be made up to 1 day ahead, covered with plastic wrap and stored in the refrigerator.
on vacation in gatlinburg, i purchased an old timey cookbook called "a taste of the past" by phyllis connor. each recipe has notes about the family history of the recipe. i tried to make this cake where we were staying, without my reading glasses, and acc
these are sugar free, fat free, dairy free, and egg free! and you can't even taste the whole wheat flour in them at all! they are so good and delish that i promise you will not feel deprived any longer if you are dieting! the 1 point is for weight watc
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