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    Trying to create a creamy, spicy, tasty, healthy Baja sauce for seafood.

    Recipe #513656

    Swai is a terrific choice for those who don't like a fishy fish. It is economical, low in fat, and low in calories. This recipe is an adaptation of another I'd seen here on food.com, but I had made so many substitutions I decided to submit it so I had a more accurate picture nutritionally.

    Recipe #513379

    This is a perfect meal when the snow is falling in Vermont.

    Recipe #513318

    Remix of a Beef Noodle Paprikash recipe to reduce calories and such...

    Recipe #512988

    I found this recipe on diabetesselfmanagement.com. I have done a little tweaking to suit our taste as a family, accommodate ingredients I had on hand, and reduce the amount of flour.

    Recipe #452172

    I was craving Pasta Primavera from our local Italian eatery, but we are trying to make healthier choices. I just happened to have a can of fat-free evaporated milk, so I threw this recipe together. Can't wait to see the nutritional values... I'm hoping it'll rate well because this was really tasty!

    Recipe #443123

    South Beach Diet Phase 2. This Tuna will make your mouth water. Grilled to absolute perfection and brushed with a sassy teriyaki-like glaze, this is a recipe that satisfies the whole family.

    Recipe #426126

    From "The South Beach Diet Cookbook" c.2004 Use this phase 2 one-dish meal to easily add a few servings of vegetables to your day. Serve it in bowls with crusty whole grain bread or spoon it over whole wheat fettuccine.

    Recipe #419640

    From "The South Beach Diet Cook Book" c. 2004 Probably one of the best-known ways to prepare chicken, this phase 2 dish is deeply rooted in Eastern European tradition.

    Recipe #419638

    (Verbatim) From the South Beach Diet's "Daily Dish" (Phase 1). This crunchy, veggie-packed side salad pairs perfectly with all different types of entrees. Plus, it’s prepared with a delicious combination of seasonings and vinegar for a flavorful finish — no additional salad dressing necessary!

    Recipe #417571

    From the South Beach Diet's "Daily Dish" (Phase 1). Looking for an easy, healthy way to transform traditional seafood meals? Try flavoring your dishes with fresh lemon and lime juice. This tangy mahi mahi recipe will give you a taste of tropics wherever you live.

    Recipe #417437

    From the South Beach Diet's "Daily Dish" (Phase 1). Sometimes in life we want subtle, but other times we long to be overwhelmed. In the creation of five-spice powder, the Chinese gave us that chance. With fennel, cloves, cinnamon, star anise, and Szechuan peppercorns, we get to taste sour, bitter, sweet, pungent, and salty all at once. If you’ve never tried five-spice powder before, you might want to halve the amount, or your taste buds might just blow a fuse!

    Recipe #417391

    From the South Beach Diet's "Daily Dish" (Phase 1). This tasty satay dish turns dinner into a festive event. The pork can be broiled or grilled; if you don’t have skewers, just broil the meat without them.

    Recipe #417390

    From The South Beach Diet online. This flavorful, heart-healthy dish cooks up quickly but looks impressive, making it a perfect meal for entertaining. (Phase 1) Tip: To test for done-ness, insert a small, sharp knife in a fillet; fish should be opaque throughout. When pressed with your finger, salmon should feel firm but not hard.

    Recipe #417370

    A Tasty Vegetable Side Dish from South Beach Diet's "Daily Dish" (Phase 1). Artichokes baked gratin-style are creamy and delicious. Using the frozen hearts makes this recipe a breeze to prepare

    Recipe #417099

    A Satisfying Barley Dish from the South Beach Diet's "Daily Dish" (Phase 2). This warm and wonderful one-pot dish is a perfect addition to any meal, will help fill you up and boost your fiber intake. It can also be made in advance to accommodate a busy schedule.

    Recipe #417090

    A Spicy Chicken-Curry Meal from South Beach Diet's "Daily Dish" (Phase 1). If you thought making a quick Thai curry at home was impossible, think again! With some store-bought curry paste, made from green chilies, lemongrass, and Kaffir lime, you’ll be putting together an authentic, home-cooked curry in a jiffy. Look for the paste in the Asian foods section of your market. Serve this dish with sauteed vegetables or, in Phases 2 and 3, with brown rice.

    Recipe #417089

    A Sizzling Asian-Inspired Dinner from the South Beach Diet's "Daily Dish" (Phase 1). If you’re in the mood for Asian-inspired food that’s also South Beach Diet-friendly, you’re in luck. This healthy dish combines the tangy flavor of fresh lime juice with spicy seasonings, making for a tasty, easy-to-prepare entree.

    Recipe #417074

    A Mediterranean-Style Sandwich from the South Beach Diet's "Daily Dish" (Phase 2). The bright colors and flavors of this overstuffed sandwich reflect the sunny region it’s named for. Soaking the onions in ice water tames the bite; try this technique for salads too. If you’re on Phase 1, skip the pita and eat the filling as a salad.

    Recipe #417066

    An Easy Dinner Recipe from South Beach Diet's "Daily Dish" (Phase 1). Fresh ginger and garlic, plus a vibrant mixture of vegetables and tender shrimp, give this stir-fry big flavor and color. Make sure you have all the veggies prepared before you start to cook. Once you’re ready, this dish cooks up in less than 10 minutes. If you can find cut, packaged stir-fry vegetables at the supermarket, your prep time will be over in a flash!

    Recipe #417058

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