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    For Toni's Healthy for the Holidays & beyond!!
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    6 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    I thought of this combination when thinking of Christmas Eve seafood recipes. It is so simple & was a big hit. The mustard makes kind of a crunchy coating that everyone loved. This is intended as an appetizer but can be very easily scaled up or down.

    Recipe #202750

    5 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    This is a traditional part of our Christmas day dinner that has been wishy washy since my Grandmother died. I have only one 6 serving popover pan, so when I found this recipe at marthastewart.com, I was thrilled. My mother's recipe calls for putting the Yorkshires into a cold oven which is an impossibility so another thumbs up for this recipe. **It DOES call for resting/chilling for 4 hours - overnight, which is not included in the prep/cook time**. I just mixed it up in the morning. It wasn't fussy about cooktime - I started at the lower end of the recommended cooktime and checked it every 5 minutes. It just kept getting bigger & bigger!!! I cooked it for a total of 35 minutes. When it came out of the oven, Mom said it looked just like my Grandmother's. The ULTIMATE compliment. And my FIL wants a copy of the recipe. I also used a 9x13" pan so I could use the roasting pan for gravy. I had the leftovers for breakfast with a bowl of gravy. Yup, no kidding. Enjoy!

    Recipe #201950

    This is an Indian dish and there are many variations. You can add roasted slivered almonds, or peas or a number of different ingredients. However, I like to eat this as a breakfast food on a Sunday morning! Personally, I prefer to add more green chilies than listed in this recipe and sometimes I even add a bit of cayenne pepper, but that's up to you.

    Recipe #75504

    2 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I bought a huge bag of baby Spinach at the store and have been looking for ways to use it up. Found something similar to this in my "Weight Watchers Miracle Foods: More Fruits, More Veggies" cookbook. This has been tweaked to my own tastes. The original calls for more beets and less orange. As the original was written it would be 1 point for 1 cup. This might be just a tad more and would be a CORE recipe for WW. Even if you're not on WW though, it is a healthy tasty recipe!

    Recipe #109963

    Chef Traunfeld has experimented his whole life with infusing herbs & food. In this dish he uses sage and lemon to create a perfect balance of delicate flavors that embellish a dish yet somehow never overpower it.

    Recipe #133156

    23 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Spring asparagus, fresh garlic with a bunch of fresh thyme from the garden topped with butter and olive oil, coarse salt and fresh cracked pepper. This is served hot but is good a room temp as well.Vegans can use all olive oil.

    Recipe #120838

    8 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This soup a little zip. Delicious with a side salad and some fresh bread for a wonderfully satisfying meal. If desired, lowfat milk can be used; however, for added richness add 2 tablespoons of powdered milk.

    Recipe #130587

    A hearty Moroccan soup from one of my favourite Aussie magazines - recipe adapted to suit my family.

    Recipe #140889

    From a Diabetic cookbook. Dietary exchanges are 3 starch, 3 lean meat, and 1 vegetable.

    Recipe #133226

    1 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    Simple orzo pasta dish

    Recipe #4570

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Lovely side dish to serve with pork. Easy and quite low calorie

    Recipe #16415

    A healthier, lower in fat version of Welsh Rarebit which I found on an English website and which I am posting here for the 2005 Zaar World Tour. This healthier C21st version of the traditional Welsh Rarebit uses less cheese and - something which will no doubt horrify culinary conservatives - includes some vegetables. Next step is hoping that your children like it. Perhaps the name could lure them? Not the Low Fat bit! Don't mention that! For children, you may also want to omit the cayenne pepper. Perhaps substituting it with a herb which you know is acceptable to them. I was glad to see that this recipe did not use low-fat cheese. Though I make every effort to reduce the content of fat in most of the things I cook, I've concluded that I'd rather omit cheese than use low-fat cheese. To me, it's completely tasteless.

    Recipe #139732

    The cobbler takes its name from the biscuit dough crust on top - it is rough looking or 'cobbled'. The Dictionary of Americanisms traces the first instance of the word cobbler (as it applies to a pie dish) in print to 1859: "Cobbler...a sort of pie, baked in a pot lined with dough of great thickness, upon which fruit is placed." This is a C21st version of the cobbler, adapted from Betty Crocker's 'Slow Cooker Cookbook'. A delicious cobbler which you can make in minutes and have ready just when you need it without heating up the kitchen, or having to check it in the oven when you're preparing or enjoying your main course. Using your crock pot for desserts is a fabulous way to simplify meal preparation, particularly when you have guests. This recipe can easily be varied to make other cobblers: using berries, peaches or apples, or by combining perhaps raspberries and strawberries or apples and peaches.

    Recipe #133293

    I saw Rachael Ray make these one day on TV. I ran to computer got recipe and ingredients together. It was on our dinner table the next evening. Easy fast meal for work night.

    Recipe #114939

    9 Reviews |  By kolibri

    This is a Mexican version of the old-fashioned chicken noodle soup.

    Recipe #138932

    The spices make this version of the Lebanese salad special--and it's important to use good olive oil and lots of fresh lemon juice. Prep time does not include overnight soaking of the bulgur and herb mixture.

    Recipe #135053

    A Southern staple at all of our holidays and get together's. Easy and yummy and so pretty. Serve in a glass bowl to showcase it's beauty! I like to use fruit in natural juices rather than in heavy syrup but choose what you like. Update 7/2011 For a recent family reunion my darling great aunt made this but added a little almond extract! Wow! That little addition took this from a great fruit salad to an amazing fruit salad! Feel free to mix up fruit or add things you like. Please share that in your review so we can try it too! Great for weddings, showers, parties etc..

    Recipe #135685

    A delicious dessert originating in Australia. This is both sweet and tangy. Sure to impress, hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #134710

    6 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    An unsual recipe that is quick to make and perfect start to a low-carb meal. The recipe comes from Favorite Brand Name Low-Carb Recipes.

    Recipe #89709

    Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. Source is Moosewood. The raspberry sauce is also good on ice cream, pound cake, pancakes, as a cake glaze, etc. It will keep for up to 5 days in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #135269

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