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    A cool, attractive, tasty appetizer. Perfect for any time of year or special occasion.

    Recipe #105530

    This is a great soup to eat for those of you who are dieting. It is free (0 points) on the weight watcher program. Full of good nutrition.

    Recipe #70423

    This is a recipe I developed from an idea that I found in a goofy 'Working Woman's Cookbook' that my Mom gave me after my first daughter was born in 1981. I found it to be a lifesaver because we were so low on cash and I could use cheap ingredients and leftover meat. I've changed the original recipe so much that I'm not going to even give it credit, as far as naming the book. I've used just about any type of meat in this that you can imagine. I even used leftover Christmas goose one year! Our favorites though are turkey and ham, but chicken is great in this as well. Do this by 'feel', you don't want it to be too 'eggy' or the patties will spread too much in the pan. The sauce is really easy to double as the ingredients are all in 'ones'....one cup of broth to one tablespoon of soy sauce to one tablespoon of cornstarch to one tablespoon of water. The original recipe called for lots of canned ingredients but I use fresh when I have the time and inclination. When I do use the fresh, I parboil the bean sprouts and saute the mushrooms a bit, but don't use any oil. I suggest doubling the sauce recipe and serving this with whatever type of rice you like. I've tried doing this in a non-stick skillet with spray on oil but it just doesn't work, the patties fall apart. This freezes really well and I'm adding my tips for that. My kids have been after me to post this recipe, they must think I'm going to die soon, or something.

    Recipe #107500

    10 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Light, low-fat, and delicious

    Recipe #15250

    The original recipe comes from one of my favorite Italian cookbooks. Adapted to my own tastes and availability of ingredients, this comforting stew packs lots of flavor and can easily be thrown together for a mid-week meal. I usually serve mine with a nice green salad on the side.

    Recipe #123854

    12 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe was adapted from a recipe posted in the Houston Chronicle. The key is to make the tomato sauce separately and serve on top of the beans. This method keeps the green beans crisp tender, and a bright green color. When the tomatoes and beans are cooked together the acidity turns the beans a dark olive color.

    Recipe #63565

    Has a delicious citrus and nutty flavor, that is Oriental in character.

    Recipe #45335

    This recipe comes from Eden Organic Foods. It's a variation of Spanish or Mexican rice using quinoa.

    Recipe #112446

    I love new twists on classic dishes. In this one, quinoa - a Latin American grain rich in protein - replaces bulgar as the base of this Mediterranean-Middle Eastern salad.

    Recipe #140618

    22 Reviews |  By Redsie

    Very tasty, easy and great with rice! And healthy too!!

    Recipe #209436

    Received this from a meeting. Very tasty! They point value we were told from our meeting leader was 4/serving. Some of the reviews people have recalculated it saying 8. To be safe, I would refigure it so your comfortable knowing the points.

    Recipe #198196

    Thanks to ASMITH212!

    Recipe #217763

    This is a weight watcher recipe, and one of my favorites. My whole family loves this. It is only 3pts for 1 cup! I didn't see it posted anywhere, and thought I would share it. It is so simple and good. Servings are a guestimate, as my family doesn't have to stick to one cup.

    Recipe #154715

    This is a simple, delicious salad. It is so good when tomatoes are at their best. (Indiana tomatoes are my personal favorites...but I'm biased.) It's great for a cookout. This is from the Southern Living 1981 Cookbook, from the month of May. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #87188

    40 Reviews |  By MPHT

    This is a recipe I came up with because I love broccoli and I like to stick to 3-4 pts for breakfast when I am on Weight Watchers. This quiche and 1 low fat english muffin keep me full until lunch.

    Recipe #135647

    I got this recipe from someone at my Weight Watchers meeting. I don't know where the original recipe came from. It's very low points and I can eat it every day without getting tired of it.

    Recipe #210757

    This recipe was shared by one of my fellow Weight Watchers. I'm not much of a person for sweets, but this was REALLY good in my book! 1 Cup equals 5 points.

    Recipe #93017

    79 Reviews |  By JoAnn

    Alternative "diet soup" that does not include cabbage. Recipe is from Good Housekeeping. To retain freshness and nutrients keep a 2 day supply of Basic Soup in the refrigerator. Pack remaining soup in 3 cup portions in airtight containers, leaving some room for expansion. Freeze.

    Recipe #21892

    This is a yummy easy recipe. 1 breast is 4 pts. I often used the flash frozen breasts for this. I use 4 4oz breasts.

    Recipe #155442

    A hearty and healthy soup. Excellent on chilly days. Very easy to prepare.

    Recipe #81419

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