I found this recipe in the new version of the "Taste of Home" cookbook. It is a lighter version of the one previously posted on this site. It was originally submitted to the cookbook by Martha Pollock of Oregonia, OH.
I found this in the "30-Minute Light Entrees" section of the new "Taste of Home" cookbook. It was originally submitted by Donna Roberts of Manhattan, KS. She describes it as: "I fix this supper when I'm pressed for time. It's as tasty as it is fast. Team it with salad, bread and fruit for a comforting meal."
I found this in the 30-minute Light Entree section of the new Taste of Home Cookbook. It was submitted by Kathie and John Horst of Westfield, NY, and they describe it as: "Here's a quick teriyaki stir-fry that uses ground beef instead of the traditional beef strip. It's a nice treat for the taste buds."
I found this one in the "Taste of Home Cookbook, The New Edition" and I am posting for safekeeping. It was created by the TOH Test Kitchen and it says: "Beef fajitas take on an Asian flavor by using Japanese horseradish, also known as wasabi. You can find it in the Asian food section of your local supermarket."
I found this on the Oprah site as a recipe that was inspired by the Biggest Loser. It sounds good and seems simple enough to prepare. I'm always on the lookout for quick, easy, healthy recipes. Freeze time is listed as cooking time.
Biggest Loser Chef Devin Alexander particularly likes the garlic flavor of this chicken, though feel free to use your favorite salt-free seasoning (such as Cajun) if you're not a huge fan of garlic. To achieve an even crisper, "oven-fried" crust, cook the chicken on the bottom rack of your oven. (I have not tried this yet. Found it on the website and I am posting for safe keeping. Marinating time is included in prep time.)
I found this on the Biggest Loser site and I am posting for safe keeping. * Cook time is the chill time. * The website says that the chocolate is lighter than a pudding but not as fluffy as a mousse and certainly doesn't resemble anything fudgy. But it is delicious and satisfying, especially given how few calories it has (not to mention the 10 grams of fiber).
I found this in the "Fix-It and Forget It" crock pot cookbook. I haven't tried it yet, and I will update after preparing with any changes. I've already increased the amount of chili powder from 1/8 tsp to 1 tsp and the Worcestershire sauce from 1/4 tsp to 1 tsp to add some flavor that it may be lacking.
I found this in the "Fix-It and Forget It" cookbook and I am posting for safekeeping. It is a simple American version that is suggested to be used as a brunch dish. I've never tried this recipe, so I will update if I make any changes.
Found this one in the "Fix-It and Forget It" cookbook and I am posting for safekeeping. I haven't tried it and I can tell that I am going to have to adjust it when I make it. I will update after I make it.
I had a ton of veggies in my fridge that needed to get used before they went bad, so I added them to a pot of chili that I was making. It turned out really good, and it made use of produce that would otherwise have gone to waste. (Most measurements are approximate because I usually just eye everything up when I am cooking)
I came up with this while I was trying to stretch our monthly food budget to the breaking point. It's not very complex, but it got good reviews from my family. It uses pantry staples to help save on money (and sanity).
Another awesome Pinterest find! Instead of using the mentioned spices, I just added a packet of fajita seasoning. The original recipe calls for chicken, but I used pork and it was still good (I haven't tried beef because I'm afraid it would get tough). I couldn't tell the difference between these and skillet fajitas. I served them with whole-wheat tortillas, low-fat sour cream, salsa, black beans, corn and cooked brown rice. Enjoy!
This one was a huge hit with the family! I changed the ingredient amounts and added some lemon juice to counteract the vinegar. I just want to say that this in not for the faint of heart! You must like vinegar to enjoy this dish. Adapted from a dish on readyseteat.com.
I found this on Readyseteat.com and made it for dinner one night. My husband loved it so much that he said (and I quote), "I think I could eat that for dinner every week!" I changed a few things from the original, but the changes were very enthusiastically received.
I found this on the back of a Heinz ketchup bottle (the only ketchup that will grace our table here in Central PA!) and I am posting so I can add the recipe to my shopping list for this week. I will update with suggestions and changes after I make it. I am also going to use chops even though the original recipe calls for a 3-4 lb pork butt roast, and I am also HALVING the original recipe. Double for a pork roast.