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    I like this recipe because it is easy to make and creates a nutritious and delicious hamburger. This recipe comes from a low fat cookbook titled "Cookbook for the 90's". However, low fat does not mean it will taste any less. In fact everyone has raved at how good these hamburgers taste.

    Recipe #102609

    Simple picante sauce recipe. Very thin but refreshingly tasty. Great with tortilla chips or as a dressing for tacos, burritos, chimichangas or any mexican dish. Combined with avacados makes great guacamole. Simple to make if you have a chopper. The amounts for the ingredients are estimated as I usually eyeball it and adapt to my family's taste. Can be frozen, will be a little watery after thawing, but will still taste great.

    Recipe #191688

    Mildly spicy white sauce with chicken and spaghetti noodles. The recipe comes from Light and Tasty Magazine. Our family and guests have given this recipe a five star rating. This is a recipe I can hide the mushrooms from my husband.

    Recipe #190761

    Very good church recipe. If you want to make something different than the usual try this. It is a delicious combination of pasta, chicken, fruit and nuts coated in a complementary sauce. Salty sweet taste. Serves 25 but can be halved. Very easy to make.

    Recipe #107711

    This is one of my favorite recipes. It comes from Prevention's "The Healthy Cook" Cookbook. By the taste you would never know this recipe is a "good for you" recipe. Makes a chili like burrito filling with melted cheese, wrapped by a crunchy on the edges flour tortilla. This recipe makes some leftovers. This is a good take along lunch too.

    Recipe #107264

    Good tasting easy to make soup. It came from a church friend of mine, who gave it to me when I moved. It goes well with the Cheese and Garlic Drop Biscuits recipe on this site or store bought refridgerator type butter biscuits. I substituted left over meatless spaghetti sauce for the pizza sauce and Stagg Chili Laredo beans for the S&W Southwest beans.

    Recipe #104040

    I like this recipe because it is easy to make and has a stronger taste of banana than most banana breads. It is also a low calorie, low fat recipe. It creates a tasty, chewy on the edges banana bread. This recipe comes from a Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook titled "New Dieter's Cookbook". You can also make this vegan by substituting one medium banana mashed/beaten till liquidy or 1 tablespoon ground flax seed plus 3 tablespoons water for the egg whites. It is very delicous and moist any way you decide to make it.

    Recipe #103004

    I like this recipe because it is fresh, light, low calorie, low sodium, it is eazy to make, is a meatless dish and it has lots of flavor (sweet, garlic, tomato, with a little spice). It is a good alternative to traditional spaghetti with tomato sauce, and makes for a good summer dish. I got this recipe from a "Seniors/ Cooking for Two" category cookbook I checked out from the library. You can make a lot of substitutions in this recipe too. You can substitute frozen broccoli(instead of fresh), fresh tomatoes (instead of canned), pine nuts (instead of almonds), and spaghetti noodles (instead of linguine). I switch on using fresh vs canned/frozen ingredients depending on what is more economical (sometimes I will buy fresh broccoli when it is on sale and blanch what I don't use and save it in the freezer).

    Recipe #97081


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