This is out of the Weight Watchers magazine July/August 2008 issue. Food note says: instead of basil mayonnaise, use an equal amount of chopped fresh cilantro in step 1, plus a squeeze of fresh lime juice. I love cilantro so this is the way I make them.
This cake tastes really good with a cup of tea. I like to mix in the raisins and nuts instead of sprinkling them on top. I found that they become to dry and over done on top for my taste. I have guessed at the servings as it depends on how you cut it and a lot of the prep time is just letting it sit there.
A taste match made in heaven -- and easy on the budget as well. Easy to double or halve according to your family size. Sometimes we put it over pasta or rice, sometimes we put it in a bowl to dip our bread. Adding some cooked chicken or Italian sausage turns it into a full meal. You could even use it as pizza topping.
Boneless fish fillets and whole shrimp simmer with garlic, herbs, and Cajun spices in a bayou blockbuster of a stew. Health experts recommend eating at least one meal per week that includes fish -- let it be this one.
This recipe is not the real thing! But when I'm taking in 1200 calories/day and working out 2-3 hours/day training for competitions, I have to watch my calories! To even be able to have cheesecake is a rare treat! This recipe isn't bad at all...and at 155 calories/serving, (1/8 of the cheesecake), I consider it a real treat!
This is based on a recipe from Sunset's Crockery Cook Book. Its introduction says, "The cooking of Hungary provides the inspiration for this first-course vegetable soup, rich with the color, flavor, and aroma of paprika."
Veggies, veggies, bring on the veggies! This is so simple and so tasty. It's great along side a grilled chicken breast. Vary the veggies, add, subtract or swap around as you like or to what you have on hand. Makes 2 main dish servings or 4 side servings.
I really enjoy making bread in the colder months. This loaf is one that I have played with a lot and it works no matter what I do to it. I have added nuts, vanilla, cinnamon/ginger, changed the apples to dried cherries( non sugared). I have used applebutter in place of applesauce and trimmed down the honey. Well, you get the idea. 8" cake pans are the perfect thing for baking this bread. It will make 3 loaves.