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    Healthy for the Holidays II

    A compilation of healthy recipes from all the players in the Healthy for the Holidays Challenge running from November 25 to December 31.
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    A great recipe for those who love lemons! And for when your lemon tree is laden! It sounds just so delicious. I've just found it in the November 2005 issue of the 'Australian Good Taste' magazine, where I was looking for low-fat recipes, and I'm posting it here for safe-keeping: so that I remember to make it! It's Donna Mahon's recipe. She is the Victorian finalist in the 2005 Home Cook of the Year Competition. The winner from the seven state finalists is to be announced in January. This was the recipe from the finalists' recipes that immediately grabbed my attention. Donna says it is her signature dish, the one she "always falls back on" when she's entertaining.

    Recipe #144741

    A low calorie, low fat, delicious and refreshing salad with a citrus dressing which was with a recipe for orange-glazed pork cutlets. I haven't posted the pork cutlets part of the recipe (just zmail me if you want it). I found this in The Australian Women's Weekly's 'SLIM: low-fat eating for life', and I'm posting it for the Healthy for the Holidays Challenge.

    Recipe #146461

    A delicious Middle Eastern inspired recipe which I have adapted from a recipe in the Australian Women's Weekly's 'SLIM: non-fat eating for life', a title which really sums up so well my understanding of the underlying goals of the Healthy for the Holidays Challenge: finding new recipes and adapting our favourite recipes so that our everyday choices of what we eat are lower in fat. This recipe has plenty of flavour - from the vegetables, the spices, the brandy and the lime juice - but not from ingredients high in fat. The recipe includes baharat. If you cannot buy this, in the Notes below, there are instructions for making a substitute. If you cannot obtain fresh grapevine leaves, they can be bought in bottles in brine. With the grapevine leaves, this is an elegant dinner party meal; without the grapevine leaves, a really easy week night meal, especially if (like me) you have roasted red capsicum as a staple in your fridge! There are major discrepancies in the nutritional information as calculated by Zaar - 464 calories per serve: 31.5g total fat - and as calculated by the AWW in the original recipe - 316 calories per serve: 15.5g total fat. Lamb is a slightly fattier meat than beef, and I'd recommend buying really top quality but I really still cannot see where 26.8g of fat could possibly come from.

    Recipe #146465

    For beetroot lovers! A delicious, very low calorie, VERY low fat (0.1g!) side dish to accompany any main course. I found this recipe in Karen Meyer's 'The Artful Vegetarian' and I have adapted it slightly in posting it for the Healthy for the Holidays Challenge.

    Recipe #147044

    From Quakeroatmeal.com For optional cream cheese spread see below

    Recipe #143837

    Ya so it is kinda cheating- BUT these come out so good everytime. Fast, simple and easy. Just don't tell 'em you cheated! They keep for 6 months in the fridge but always disappear faster than that! A family recipe here in TX.

    Recipe #134787

    They are not called Rigamarta's for nothing! My friends started calling them this after only ONE drink! They pack a punch but are very flavorful and yummy. You dont really taste the alcohol so be careful! These are 'on the rocks' which makes them easier to make by the pitcher. If you prefer frozen just mix all ingredients with a blender filled 1/2 way with ice and blend. They are also great made 'virgin' for those who do not care to imbibe!

    Recipe #135648

    So good on a cold day! Warms you up fast! Update: Due to a trusted review that the stew was too salty I have modified the recipe to 1/2 tsp salt. Please do try this and taste before serving. Adjust the seasonings to your taste. I promise it makes a thick, hearty and delicious stew. Likewise, if you prefer a thinner stew add some additional water or broth.

    Recipe #135649

    Ok, in TEXAS we do NOT cook with sauce! It is only used as a condiment to top anything we want or to dip things in. There have been so many arguments started over whose is best- but we all know Mama's is best! This makes a bucket load so use the tool to change the number of servings or freeze, can or give away the rest. "Samantha in UK states that this is not safe to can as it has butter in it. I have never had a problem but please be aware of that info. If you are concerned please try substituting with ButterBuds / Molly McButter type butter substitute or do not can. Freezing is another option as well " If you do decide to can this use a Boiling Water Bath, process half-pints and pints for 20 minutes at 0-1000 feet in elevation, 25 minutes for more elevation.

    Recipe #135656

    Thaw and marinade your chicken breasts at the same time in this wonderful concoction! Toss it all in a zipper seal bag and throw in the refrigerator. Ready the next day to throw on the grill! The seasonings are a fusion of Asian and SW flavors making it suitable for both catagories in the World Tour.

    Recipe #135664

    When you order 'tea' in TX you will be asked 'sweet' or 'unsweet'. It will then arrive in a big glass with lots of ice! Here is the way we make 'Swayte Tay" or Sweet Tea! Oh soo goooodd! Dont like it sweet- just leave out the sugar- or splenda.

    Recipe #135735

    I have a meat and potatoes guy who could live on potatoes and gravy. This is how I make it healthier and lower in fat!

    Recipe #145147

    Found this recipe in Taste of Home and adjusted it to my family's tastes. Colorful soup quickly made from items usually found in your pantry. Fast fix for unexpected guests! Open cans, heat and eat! Spicy and yummy!

    Recipe #132583

    Easiest, freshest and tastiest salsa ever!

    Recipe #132586

    Fancy enough for company, easy enough for everyday. Can even be made ahead! Really impress them! Make them with a FLARE! You can even do these outside on the GRILL! Yummy with fresh Texas Peaches! Created by me from a much more complicated recipe found in a French cookbook.

    Recipe #134788

    World Tour Zaar 2005- Jewish/Kosher Keeps for one year in fridge. Also makes great gift as it is a jarred sauce. Wonderful on roast lamb or beef. Being a widely used condiment this could also fit into British cuisine as well as other regions.

    Recipe #134941

    Very refreshing and light. Great start to any meal! Melon, lime and mint- oooohhhhh so fresh and inviting! Posted for Zaar's World Tour 2005- the ingredients are popular in Australia, Asia, Mexico and the SW.

    Recipe #135141

    Yummy Scottish bread. Great flavor and naturally low fat! Great bread for sweet or savory uses. I posted this recipe for the Zaar World Tour 2005- Scotland. This recipe was modified by me after experimenting with a recipe by the same name found on page 331 of "Prairie Home Cooking" by Judith M. Fertig, which reads... "This is a simple bread of the dispossessed. Brought to Canada by the Scots who were displace3d from their lands during the infamous 'clearances' of the late 1700's. Bannock would eventually become one of the first breads that Native Americans learned to make when they were confined to reservations in the prairie states......" I pride myself on being both Scottish and American Indian as well as a pretty good genealogist and a history buff. This recipe was well-researched before posting to Zaar as such.

    Recipe #135530

    I gave these a tasty SW twist. Hope you like them.

    Recipe #135687

    Yummy on fish or veggies! Found on What's cooking America and adapted to fit my family's tastes. Very indicative of Scandinavian and some Europian food as well as the areas that have been influenced by those countries. You can make this full fat or reduced by altering the type of sour cream or yogurt you choose.

    Recipe #136445

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