i came up with this recipe because i wanted to be able to enjoy lasagna but i didn't want all the calories, carbs and fat usually associated with it. it is loaded with so much flavor that you don't miss the extra pasta and cheese! serve it with a big tossed salad and you have a very healthy meal that is waistline friendly...it is also a great way to get some extra veggies into the kids diet.
years ago mom compiled a family cook book for my eldest sister when she went off to college. what has become of the final version i don't know, needless to say its gone. however i've got mom's notes. i'm attempting to save these recipes by posting them he
a tomato based mexican rice. can be made the day before and re-heated (easy for entertaining). this resembles our favourite mexican restaurant's rice dish that i love. if you double, add extra cooking time.
here’s yet another version of a ramen coleslaw salad from me, as i experiment with our delicious basic recipe that we’ve made so often lately (recipe #240922, it’s so good!). :) first i did the spicy peanut chicken version (recipe #242925), and now here
a deliciously spicy lower-fat chili. if you like, add 1 cup of chopped celery with the onions and omit the celery seeds from the seasonings (i don't much care for the texture of cooked celery, so i don't do this). for hotter chili (ouch!), don't seed the
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