I have never had sticky chicken, but I saw this recipe in the newspaper recently and thought I'd try it sometime.The recipe explains how to prepare this ahead of time so you can make it for an easy campfire meal. We don't go camping, but I figure you can make it at home, too! The recipe source is from Don Jacobson's "The One Pan Gourmet".
This recipe, published in Fitness magazine, is from Rocco Dispirito, a chef and cookbook author and a Fitness magazine advisory board member. He has a cooking show, Rocco Gets Real, which will air on A&E in October 2008. He states that to make soups and stews low-fat, skip the sauteing step. Instead, bring all the ingredients to a simmer together - and serve.
These scrumptious cookies deliver the combination of flavors of dark-chocolate nut bark. The recipe calls for roughly chopped bar chocolate. If you prefer a less intense dark-chocolate flavor, try slightly less cocoa content. This is for true chocolate lovers only. LOL I got this recipe from a local magazine.
This recipe is from Weight Watchers Ultimate Flex & Core Cookbook. To save time chopping, you can use 1 cup each of frozen onions and frozen chopped green bell peppers instead of the fresh onion and bell pepper, but I like the fresh. This recipe will serve 4 at 4 points per serving. Each serving is 1 1/2 cups soup and 2 tortilla chips.
These appetizers can be prepared up to 24 hours ahead of time, then cover and refrigerate. Before serving, place the appetizers in a shallow pan and cover with foil. Heat at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes. I love this appetizer from Pillsbury.
This is a Cheese Steak with a twist - lean chicken instead of beef. This recipe calls for reduced-fat American cheese, but you could use any light cheese you would like. The points value is 6 points per serving.
I love the combination of vegetables in this tortellini dish. It takes very little time to make this satisfying meal for your family along with a salad and some crusty bread. Serving size will vary depending on your appetites.
These sandwiches are great for a tailgate or party. This recipe was a top winner in the Real Women of Philadelphia competition and published in Taste of Home. Plan ahead, they do have to stand at room temperature for about 20 minutes.