I had a craving for Chinese noodles, but there aren't many Chinese restaurants near us and it seems restaurants always put too much grease/oil into sitr frys. I just took the stuff I had in the frig and made up a dish for dinner. Biased on the side of more vegetables.
This spicy sauce, which makes good use of leftover chicken or turkey, is also great on true pastas, as well as the spaghetti squash suggested here. For a vegetarian version, simply eliminate the meat, or if you want a substitute, use extra firm tofu.
Posted for ZWT6: NA*ME Region - Morocco. Wow this sounds so delicious so now I can't wait to purchase a nice spaghetti squash and try this out! Feel free to adjust the cayenne to your "spice" needs as I'm usually pretty light on tongue tingling spices!
I adopted this recipe from the Recipezaar account, and I'm so glad that I did. This has become a regular addition to my OAMC and I have created a public cookbook filled with recipe ideas using this recipe. This is a three-ingredient wonder that's easy (5 minutes of your time), delicious and versatile.
Done in 20 minutes on the stovetop; I like to serve this with my Low Carb Mexi Baked Chicken for a complete and festive low carb dinner. Also a tasty, easy side dish to serve with your tacos, fajitas, etc.
A light version of baked stuffed portobello mushrooms, suitable for Phase 1 of the South Beach diet and probably other diets as well. Submitted for Ready Set Cook Winter 2005. Note: spinach or mushroom haters should avoid this recipe.
From the South Beach Diet Book. This is a phase I recipe. You can whip this up in about 30 seconds. It's great on everything from salads to chicken or fish. Two tbs. over a cold chicken breast and some greens makes a great SBD lunch.
This is a quick and easy meal suitable for the South Beach diet on a week night. The amount of spices listed here give the chicken a very mild kick. This is not a hot dish, although you could make it so if you wished.
Here is nice quick and easy breakfast to throw together on a weekend for the whole family. Packed with protein and lots of flavor. Be creative with the meat and cheese that you use. I've used turkey sausage, lean ground beef and center cut bacon. I've also used many different kinds of cheese. Experiment with differnt cheeses found in your deli's case, just make sure they contain under 5 grams of Saturated fat.
I like to call these 'Cheesy Goodness'. I'm telling you these are really great!! Now I confess I put in more veggies than they suggest on SBD and SBD uses egg substitute but, man, are they good!! My family had them for breakfast at Thanksgiving last year. You know, when your rushing aroung trying to prepare stuff and want to eat very light. They LOVED them! NOTES: Make sure you really spray entire cup and use FOIL baking cups. Paper cups don't hold up.
Can be frozen and reheated in the microwave or toaster oven.
Any combination of appropriate vegetables and cheeses and protein may be used.
If using fresh spinach use 1 (one) pound well rinsed and blanched.