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    This a fast and flavorful way to cook tilapia fillets, although other fish works well too.

    Recipe #487398

    I love Greek gyros sandwiches, but I don't like to eat lamb and it's not the healthiest food in the world. This recipe satisfies my craving. You can eat these on pita bread, but it's just as good on any other bread in place of deli meat. Serve it with tzatziki sauce, Greek yogurt, or sour cream.

    Recipe #483902

    This recipe was created by Sarah Britton and posted on the My New Roots blog. She calls it the best lentil salad ever, and I have to agree. I serve this over a small bed of baby arugula, and top the salad with some crumbled goat cheese for a healthy, tasty meatless meal. Other optional add-ins mentioned by Sarah are walnuts, fresh herbs & sprouts.

    Recipe #501346

    Chicago-style pizza is great, but it can be a pain to make and way too expensive to buy from a restaurant... so I came up with this easy-to-make recipe. The best Chicago pizzas usually feature cornbread crusts, but the pie crusts make a surprisingly tasty substitute! I use this recipe by Dan-Amer #1 for the sausage (http://www.food.com/recipe/homemade-bulk-italian-sausage-chicago-style-329000), but store-bought sausage should work just as well.

    Recipe #494714

    These tuna patties taste like crab cakes, and are easy to make. I like putting the patties on buns and topping them with pickled jalapenos... YUM.

    Recipe #496031

    From a acouplecooks.com. I never make the dip, and I just serve the cauliflower as a side. It would make a nice snack with the dip though.

    Recipe #496026

    This one's for meat lovers especially- It's filled with ground beef, Italian sausage, pepperoni, and meatballs. I actually hardly ever eat this myself, but I make it for my dad whenever he comes to visit. He's an insanely picky eater, but he loves this lasagna and goes through the whole pan in a matter of days. He is healthy for his age, so I don't feel bad making this for him... but I do sometimes sub lean ground chicken or turkey in place of the ground beef, and I've started making my own healthier Italian sausage to use in this recipe as well. He's never been able to tell the difference ;P

    Recipe #489031

    This is loosely adapted from the back of a Heart Smart Bisquick box. Regular Bisquick may work, but I've never tried it. It's low-cal and healthy, and can be tweaked significantly to suit your palate. I've changed this around to make Chicago-style pizza and buffalo chicken pizza, so it's a very versatile recipe!

    Recipe #487481

    This Thai-inspired dish features two of my favorite ingredients: fish sauce and ginger. If you are salt "intolerant," then decrease the amount of each sauce ingredient to two tablespoons instead of three. I'm not a fan of saltiness myself, but I tend to like salty Thai food (like Thai Basil Chicken, which this dish resembles).

    Recipe #488678

    A Latin American twist on the classic Mediterranean snack. I never buy store-bought hummus anymore, as this homemade version I makes tastes so much better! The amount of servings really depends on what you'll be using this for- I use it as a dip with crackers, a spread on pita sandwiches, and I even stuff it into chicken breasts. The hummus also seems to keep for as long as week in the fridge.

    Recipe #502279

    From The Ultimate Book of Main Course Dishes by Jenni Fleetwood. I made some Jewish recipes for Hanukkah, and this turned out to be my favorite. The best thing about this dish is the creamy sauce.., which contains no milk or cream at all! Potato latkes taste incredible with this sauce, but you can also serve this dish with pasta, mashed potatoes, or even just a piece of crusty bread.

    Recipe #491849

    A unique-tasting dish that combines the flavors of clementines and basil with the natural creaminess of avocado. I like to add spinach to this, but not always. It definitely looks prettier on the plate without the spinach, but the added nutrition is always a plus.

    Recipe #490139

    A light, flavorful soup that works perfectly as a quick lunch or light vegan main course.

    Recipe #491977

    This is from The Everything Thai Cookbook by Jennifer Malott Kotylo, but I made some changes to make it healthier. The fish sauce is key here.

    Recipe #487397

    I made this for the holidays, and it was truly the best applesauce I've ever had. The apartment smelled incredible while it was cooking! I used a mixture of Gala and Fuji apples, although any apples should be fine. Courtesy of Saveur.com.

    Recipe #492442

    This recipe was emailed to me, but I don't know where it's from originally. I've had the recipe stuck on my fridge for a while and have made it often, so I'm going to post it here for quick reference instead.

    Recipe #502280

    My sister-in-law works at a Southern restaurant in Mississippi, and surprisingly they have chicken curry on the menu. She got the recipe from the owner, and it's become one of my favorite chicken curry recipes. There's nothing Southern-tasting about it, but you'll be licking the flavorful sauce off of the plate. Try to use a high-quality curry powder, as it really makes a difference. I also like serving this with shredded coconut and chopped green onions.

    Recipe #487395

    Simple, quick, and healthy. Serve this over brown rice for a healthy vegan meal that contains all the amino acids that you need, or try it as a side dish without the rice.

    Recipe #498610

    This is a unique potato salad you can serve at a BBQ, or with Asian or Caribbean food. It looks beautiful, and has never failed to surprise anyone with its blend of flavors.

    Recipe #487402

    I used to bartend at Romano's Macaroni Grill. I thought their food was gross and it really is among the unhealthiest food you can find, but I enjoyed their Basil Pesto Chicken Pizza, which I ate often. I don't think it's even on the menu anymore, and it's been years since I've had it so I wouldn't call this recipe as an exact copycat... but it's close enough for me. I include artichokes and red pepper flakes, which Mac Grill did not use. The chicken is pretty much optional- I often make this vegetarian.

    Recipe #501079

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