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    This recipe has increadable flavor,is easy to make and has been the family for years. The marinade carmelizes on the chicken and vegetables, to give them a very unique flavor that complements the vegetables and chicken flavor. These are very low cal.(approx. 310cal. per 2 full skewers), and are quite filling. They are a summer favorite of our family. We serve them with rice or baked potatoe.You can cook them on the B-B-Q or oven. It sound like a very simple recipe, but the flavor isn't, there won't be any left overs. Try these, you will not be sorry.

    Recipe #413087

    This is easy to make,filling and fairly low cal. recipe for a bean burrito. You can add beef or what ever else you like, but all adds calories. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #418371

    These are great hot dogs, they puff up to 3 times the original size at first, let them rest and they drop to double. They are never dried out and retain all the rich flavour of the hot dog, thanks to the pressure cooker. You have to try these, they will take you back to your first ball game hot dog. Put your favotite topping on them and you are set to go. The secret is the pressure cooker not allowing the natural flavor to leave or dry out... we love them.... Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #418276


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