A great side dish to serve at your next fishfry, this is also elegant enough for a dinner party. You can use pre-cooked flounder or cod if you desire or if you have an allergy to shellfish. Just use a fork to flake, seperating the meat. This is a spin-off variation of our wonderful Recipe #329528. :)
It's a fake whopper, get it? LOL. From Hungry girl, this looks like a great alternative as a real Whopper is 19 WW points and this is only 4. Original recipe calls for Boca Burger patty, but Recipezaar wouldn't let me use it in the list.
This is my favorite Shepherd's Pie recipe, which I arrived at by combining elements from several other recipes, starting with the one in The Joy of Cooking. It really is delicious and it's hard to stop eating.
Besides being colorful, this side dish pairs well with most meats…pork, beef or poultry. It's a fitting vegetable for autumn meals. The mild sweet flavor of the carrots is enhanced by the bacon and onion combination.
You will want to shake up the dressing for this popular oriental salad the day before and refrigerate it until you are ready to toss the mixture. Flaked tuna or crab meat are good alternatives for the chicken in this recipe. Another recipe found in TOH.
Friend of mine let me look through one of her Weight Watchers cookbook and I found this recipe and tried it and its so good that I wanted to save the recipe and share it with everyone. DH and I love it! Had it with a grilled chicken breast and salad. :)
I did change the vinegar to what I had on hand. Original calls for rice-wine vinegar.
This is 1 point per serving.
From a very old newspaper ad. It is not really barbecue like we know it. It says that they barbecue right in your oven; surely to make a man happy. Hunt's only cost a few cents a can at your grocery store and gives your recipe a flavor boost like no other product; great stuff lol.
I created this recipe in an attempt to add some flavor to Tilapia. I enjoy eating Tilapia, but other ingredients are usually needed to make it worth eating. This recipe is fairly quick and painless. I change some of the ingredient amounts depending on my particular cravings for that specific day.
This tasty exotic dish served with vegetable topping and dipping sauce will be one of our favorites.
The original cooking way would be on the fire; Fish and vegetables wrapped together in banana leaves (the banana leaf can be replaced with aluminium foil). This homey version can be easily prepared in a baking mold in the kitchen oven.
Done and posted for ZWT7