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    This is a collection of waist friendly dishes I discovered when I started by New Years Diet.

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    This is a basic simple recipe that requires no baking, just simmer ingredients, mix, then put under broiler for 2 minutes, but if you just feel better about baking it...then go ahead and bake it for 8-10 minutes, but it really is not necessary to bake it. It's a great way to use up any leftover turkey (or chicken also!). All ingredients may be adjusted to taste, double the recipe to bake in a 13 x 9-inch pan.

    Recipe #78410

    2 Reviews |  By *Asha*

    I love enchiladas and always search for different ways to make them. You can feel free to make them as mild or as hot as you can take it!

    Recipe #152343

    My doctor had given me this recipe when I starting eating low-carb. My whole family enjoys it.

    Recipe #324603

    2 Reviews |  By Redsie

    Another great WW recipe!

    Recipe #362134

    A healthy, hearty, crockpot-friendly recipe for a tasty black bean & turkey polska kielbasa combination. Serve alone or over brown rice for a complete protein. Easy on the waistline & checkbook. My kids like it -I go easy on the cayenne pepper for them. From Once-A-Month Cooking cookbook.

    Recipe #179790

    I got the idea for a stuffed meatloaf from Shaye on the site; however, as mine evolved it became a whole different animal (or loaf if you will). I have to give Shaye credit for the technique!

    Recipe #355252

    This recipe was my introduction to couscous, and I've never looked back. The first time I made it, I did accidentially use israeli couscous (don't try it!). The cinnamon is very subtle, and the meatballs are very complex in flavor. This is very healthy, and tastes sooo good!

    Recipe #259688

    I got this from my MIL. I had it at her house one day after Thanksgiving, and I nearly slurped up the whole pan. That is something else considering I usually avoid her cooking as much as I can.

    Recipe #342231

    I made this to satisfy many different tastes in one dish. It's good and filling. I hope you like it!

    Recipe #285161

    I made this recipe up the other day when I was in the mood for soup, but all I had was ground turkey. I've only made it once, so I don't have it perfected, but it turned out pretty good. My husband really liked it as well. It tastes almost like a corn chowder with ground turkey. It's somewhat bland, but it's soothing to your stomach (especially a pregnant stomach) Yummy :) Plus, you only have one pan to clean afterwards :) Yea!!!

    Recipe #127307

    I found this recipe in Taste of Home magazine & added the broccoli. My family is more likely to eat vegetables if they can't really taste them. Enjoy!

    Recipe #54389

    Good comforting family food.

    Recipe #40697

    I came up with this recipe while stuck at home during the first ice storm of the year. I suggest garnishing with sharp cheddar and tortilla chips. It is definitely comfort food.

    Recipe #269355

    A "Burger of the Month" from Everyday with Rachael Ray. I switched up the recipe a bit, as I don't keep fresh herbs on hand. The relish is good, but you can certainly serve the burger without and it will be just as yummy!!! Sometimes instead of topping them with the cheese, I stuff them with swiss or cheddar cheese. . .so good! And sometimes I make them into sliders, making 6 burgers instead of 4.

    Recipe #289920

    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From a community cookbook. Don't want to lose this recipe. I just bought ground turkey and this sounds different with the raw cous cous mixed in with onion, Dijon, soy sauce, lemon juice, tomato paste, apple juice, white pepper, garlic, red pepper sauce and egg white. Who thought of that?

    Recipe #252076

    I call these reverse because instead of the cheddar and bacon being on the outside its stuffed in the inside. I think beef bouillon and Worcestershire sauce give it a really beefy taste!

    Recipe #247727

    This is a very versatile chili recipe that also tastes great! They key is the ground turkey breast, which has almost no fat (1 gm per serving vs. 12 gm for most store-bought regular ground turkey). You can easily lower the heat by removing the seeds and pith (white stuff) from some or all of the peppers. If you want to make it Vegetarian, you can remove the turkey and substitute cubed Tofu (or not) and use vegetable broth instead of chicken broth. You can also use the dry ingredients by themselves as a nice chili powder for other recipes.

    Recipe #209406

    This casserole must prepared and baked right away as the tortilla chips will become soggy. If possible use Doritos brand cheese flavored tortilla chips for this. This can also be made using cooked turkey, make certain to hand-squeeze out as much excess moisture in the spinach as possible, for a milder spinach taste, boil the spinach in water for 10 minutes, cool and drain, then hand-squeeze out the moisture. The chicken soup mixture must be hot before using in this casserole, so that the oven-baking time will be less, this allows the tortilla chips to remain semi-crispy in the casserole, you can prepare it ahead of time, but you will need to reheat before using.

    Recipe #188745

    This is a recipe that I originally found in "Taste of Home" magazine in 2000. I have changed it a little to fit my families tastes. I have also entered my version in the NC Turkey Cooking Contest this year........Wouldn't it be great if I won?? :-)

    Recipe #25764

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