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    I've seen this a few places around the internet...I think it originally came from a "women's magazine," but I've been unable to locate the original. It was given to me by a Cuban friend, whose Abuela declared "my" Ropa Vieja, "Oh! Just as good as home!" That's what I call success! I like it served with rice and black beans, nopales, cabbage slaw and fried ripe plantains on the side, but it also works very well in tortillas with the regular American taco fixings. The recipe calls for skirt steak, but I've also had great results with flank steak, shoulder steak, tri-tip, chuck...anything lean and tough and cheap. The long low cooking will melt all the collagen and give you moist, tender meat no matter how tough it starts out.

    Recipe #509508

    Baked version of garlic lemon butter shrimp - the oven cooks more evenly and slowly, reducing the risk of over cooking the shrimp! Lots of great buttery garlicy sauce for serving over pasta and/or with a crusty bread for sopping.

    Recipe #489401

    3 Points per serving, 1.5 cups in a serving. This is good with Soy-Wasabi Shrimp and Scallop Skewers - Weight Watchers Recipe #237064 or as a light meal on its own. Add some Asian hot sauce or spicy vinegar for more zing!

    Recipe #250216

    6 Points per serving if made with whole wheat pasta/7 Points per serving if made with standard pasta. To complement this dish, halve a garlic clove and rub it on toasted slices of Italian bread. Then lightly coat the bread with olive-oil cooking spray. (Bread not included in points.)

    Recipe #243840

    Shirataki Noodles are a traditional Japanese noodle with almost no digestible carbs. They're nearly all fiber. They're sold in wetpacks with a nasty smelling liquid - drain, rinse and boil them for about 2 minutes and they're ready to eat. I haven't figured out the Weight Watchers points on this one yet - as soon as I do, I'll edit the recipe.

    Recipe #237363

    5 points a serving. Ridiculously easy. Great with a black bean and corn salad (not included in points.) PLEASE NOTE - THIS IS 9 POINTS WITH THE NEW WEIGHT WATCHERS !!!!

    Recipe #237314

    Eggplant Parmigiana for 3 points a serving! Woo-hoo!

    Recipe #237164

    This is a really easy, but beautiful looking and tasty dish. Impress your friends! Yields 1 chicken breast, about 1/2 cup of grilled peppers and 1/3 cup of sauce per serving. 3 points per serving

    Recipe #237088

    1 1/2 cups per serving, for a 3 point serving. Serve with a tossed salad (points not included). Also good for OAMC - freeze before baking. It looks impressive, too. I like it for luncheons with the gals or for dinner.

    Recipe #237087

    Easy seafood, and the skewers make portion control easy - 2 points per skewer, 2 skewers per serving. If you use wooden skewers, soak 'em for 30 minutes before using them so they're less likely to burn. Serve with jasmine rice and salted edamame (not included in Points.)

    Recipe #237064

    "Invented" by my 13 year old son, this is a quick and easy throw-together meal. It's a full meal - protein, veggies and starch - all in one dish. If you like it spicy, add chopped jalapenos to the bean and corn step. This can also be assembled and frozen for OAMC.

    Recipe #160259

    A tangy creamy soup that takes only a few minutes to prepare.

    Recipe #154091

    From Rachael Ray's 30 Minute Meals, this is a great hearty meal - thicker than a soup, thinner than a stew. The ingredients are very flexible. Try sweet sausage instead of hot, split peas instead of lentils, or broccoli cuts, chard or kale instead of spinach. (In fact, the original recipe calls for kale or chard, but I can't get the computer to recognize the measurements for either!) The two pot method can be used to create a long-simmered taste in very little time, or you can just make it all in one pot and simmer a little longer. It also freezes beautifully. Serve with a hearty bread for a complete meal.

    Recipe #153827

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