A new take on the classic chicken stew. This recipe uses sweet potatoes and a delightfully different combination of spices to create a slightly smoky, sweet and tangy sauce. Admittedly, this is better with chicken thighs but I usually make it with boneless skinless breasts. You can serve this over brown or white rice or (as I do) over couscous. If you are following the WW Core program omit the honey and cornstarch and count points for the flour -- 2 points for the entire recipe. If you are on Flex, the stew (not including the couscous) is 4 points per serving.
Based on the classic Spanish tapas, this tortilla can be served hot as a brunch or lunch dish. It work just as well at room temperature as an appetizer. What is presented here was inspired by Joie Warner's "take a can of tuna."
This is a delicious recipe from Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook.
The crunchy tortilla cups soak up the yummy dressing and become a treat on their own.
To make the tortilla cups use my Recipe #381215
The Weight Watchers cookbook calculates the calories to be 307. Zaars calculation is lower which would make the points value lower as well. I think the cooking spray might be counted in the calorie count by WW.
This is out of one of my Weight Watchers cookbooks called "Take-Out Tonight!" Both DH and I really liked this dish. You can use 1/2 shrimp and 1/2 sea scallops if you prefer. You can also replace the asparagus with broccoli florets or fresh snow peas.
I stumbled across this recipe on the Weight Watchers Core board. It is absolutely 100% core. I have made it a couple dozen times since and have tweaked it to (my personal) perfection! It is so temptingly delicious and filling, I recommend taking a portion out and immediately freezing the rest in containers for lunches. It is great with a little No Fat Sour Cream as a condiment.
This is another favorite Weight Watcher's recipe I like to make. It is rich in fiber. It's a tasty meatless meal that cooks in no time, especially if you use leftover pasta. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and serve with a slice of bread and a salad. It has 3 points per serving.