I cooked these this morniing and wanted to find ot the nutritional value. They are actually very tasty. After viewing some recipes that advise to cover and refrigerate before cooking, I will prepare again, using that method. My daughter and I enjoyed them. Hope you will too. And as with all of my recipes, there is no salt added. Unfortunately, the site does not recognikze Mrs. Dash, so the sodium levels are alway incorrect.
I came up with this recipe after viewing others. In an effort to get alittle more protein in my diet. I cooked my own beans, but you can use store bought if you like. Beans were cooked in water without seasoning. The ingredient list is long, but the end result is great. No salt is added to this dish.
Created this delicious recipe because I didn't want to prepare the couscous by itself. As always, I used sodium free chicken broth packets mixed with water and Mrs. Dash. I also used homemade peas. So if you use canned...use low sodium and be sure to drain and rinse them.
I came up with this recipe after viewing several braon and wild rice recipes. I try to incorporate as much healthy ingredients into everything I create.
(I used sodium free chicken broth seasoning, light margarine, Mrs. Dash Seasoning and Low Sodium Beans that were drained and rinsed)
While In Culnary School I participated a competiton of countries (picked outof a hat) My team was Southeast USA (Louisiana, Florida and South Carolina). One of the dishes we made was Johnny Cakes. This is my version.
While on a family vacation in Virginia last year, we ate at a restaurant called Food For Thought. They serve sweet potato cornbread with their meals....it was delicious. Being the health conscious person that I am, I created this recipe.
(Note: I use salt substitute in this recipe and a baking powder that is sodium free)
As always, I offten view several recipes from books and online and then, I create my own. This recipe is the first of many. Hope you enjoy it. Its my first (posted) recipe, post culinary school. I encourage feedback.
(Ingredient notes: I made my own cajun seasoning blend AND the broth that I used is sodium free.) I NEVER add salt to any of my recipes. When baking and cooking, I use a salt substitute if salt is called for (OR) i simply omit it all together......
I ususally cook these eggs and eat with a serving of my hot cereal recipe
(#431403). I don't add any salt or pepper to my eggs. But that is just me. Sometimes, I add alittle Cabot"s 75% reduced fat cheddar cheese to the eggs before adding to the pan.
Saw a veggie burger recipe in a magazine and put my own twist on it. I just finished preparing the burgers. I have placed them in the refrigerator to set and for the flavrs to marry. Posting for safe keeping. The recipe that I saw did not require a setting time, but, I believe this rest will pay off.
After viewing various recipes, I comprised my own recipe. This is definitely time consuming. But the finished product is well worth the effort. I served with brown rice, fresh aspargus and carrot and corn bread.