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    I was looking in the fridge for a lower calorie, lower sodium lunch and came up with this. I think it turned out exceptional. It is very important to use interesting salsa- I used Black Bean and Corn salsa from Target. It can, of course, be made in larger quantities for a family or a crowd. The nutrition info on this shows much higher sodium content than I actually had- it depends on the salsa and REQUIRES use of low sodium V-8.

    Recipe #206431

    My friend, Colleen, uses this marinade for pork, beef, chicken-- and always has good results. Now I do, too! (my version is lower sodium than hers) The recipe makes enough marinade for 5 lbs of meat, so adjust accordingly.

    Recipe #486359

    1 Reviews |  By didyb

    This is a great, tasty low-cal/low-carb/hi-protein lunch. Just toss all the ingredients in a tupperware and remember to bring a fork to work. Since the ingredient of the month is cabbage- I thought this would fit in.

    Recipe #99447

    Low fat and tasty. According to the information on the label- Miracle Whip Light has 1.5 grams fat per tbls and the turkey I use has 2 grams of fat for a total of 3.5 grams for the salad. The sweet and sour sauce I use has 30 cal per tbls for a total of 155 calories for the salad.

    Recipe #415850

    This one I had to try because of the apple butter/mustard combo- and I really liked it!! A "simple to make and better than just cold cuts on bread" sandwich- that my 7 year old picky eater liked!!

    Recipe #106531

    5 Reviews |  By didyb

    If you search "tuna salad" today (1-3-06) you get 226 choices. Why would I add another? Because it's good! And I've checked, and it's not already listed. It's from the RD Change One Diet site.

    Recipe #150217

    I made this for the kids today and they loved it for breakfast. Fast to put together and bakes while the kids put backpacks together and socks/shoes on for school.

    Recipe #453066

    I had this last night and LOVED it!!

    Recipe #417482

    We love Carbonara, but not all the fat that comes with it. Here is my version that is a little lighter. (compare to "regular" carbonara with 35 + grams of fat and 650mg + grams of sodium per serving). It's not the same as regular carbonara, but it won't kill you!

    Recipe #388720

    1 Reviews |  By didyb

    Quick and tasty-- a good side for a weeknight. You can also add in some bacon or ham to the frying pan with the garlic and make it a main course.

    Recipe #396894

    A yummy addition to French Toast that makes a difference!

    Recipe #289837

    1 Reviews |  By didyb

    My mom taught my sister and I to make this back when we were in elementary school. It was good then... and is good now. I use ground turkey for lower fat.

    Recipe #493642

    A sweeter version than some others. My family gobbles these up-- which makes for a stress-free dinner!! I usually serve these as a side to soup on cooler winter nights.

    Recipe #349997

    4 Reviews |  By didyb

    So yummy!! We love garlic and bacon, and green beans are a great way to almost be "healthy". Can easily be doubled or more, just use the proper beginning ratios.

    Recipe #114011

    1 Reviews |  By didyb

    From the Old Bay site. I couldn't find it here, so am posting it to keep it safe--- yummy!

    Recipe #154587

    1 Reviews |  By didyb

    Fast and easy- my kind of weeknight recipe. You can easily add meat to this- just cook it up in the Dutch oven before adding the pasta and liquids. I find it's tasty without meat- but sometimes brown up some hamburger or meatballs before adding the rest of the ingredients.

    Recipe #512115

    1 Reviews |  By didyb

    A great recipe for the grill. Gives great "crispies" and a good creamy taste. I got it from the Hellmann's site, but I prefer Miracle Whip.

    Recipe #130961

    Good for all kinds of fish- I'm using Tilapia as the example in the recipe, but I've also used it on Salmon, Trout, and Flounder. I've also entered for 1 lb of fish for 2 servings. Just adjust the serving size to accomodate your amount of fish.

    Recipe #496278

    Adapted from a Pinterest recipe-- I lightened it up a little bit- but not too much- it's still cheesy and yummy! My kids don't like "red and green thingies" in their food, so I use a hand blender on the Ro-Tel before adding it to the pot.

    Recipe #511877

    4 Reviews |  By didyb

    My daughter's pre-K class made a recipie book for mother's day. This was submitted by one of her classmates Great-Aunts. I added the can of chicken to give it some protein for a main dish. Yummy, easy, and fast!!

    Recipe #97751

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