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    Here is another vegetable side dish that I make once or twice a week. This recipe fits perfectly with phase 1 of The South Beach Diet and is a great alternative for those wanting to cut back carbs. Even my meat-and-potatoes husband enjoys this recipe. Cooking the cauliflower in milk is what makes this version unique (and tasty). Also, I have used a couple of bags of fresh cauliflower already cut up like they sell at Trader Joe's or 1 20 oz bag of frozen florets for convenience.

    Recipe #364710

    I developed this recipe (over time) after I had a bowl just like this in a restaurant. It is a favorite that I return to again and again. My version is a bit healthier than a typical restaurant since I bake my tortilla strips. Anyone following the South Beach Diet will recognize this would be a good phase two meal. (When it comes to the spice blend I have used anything from Pampered Chef's Southwest Seasoning to the Spicy Taco Seasoning from Gordon Food Service. I have also made my own blend using pinches chili powder, cumin, garlic, oregano and cilantro until I have about 1 Tablespoon). Finally, when it comes to the shredded cheese I have used several different kinds (whatever I have in the house) and it still turns out terrific.

    Recipe #353020

    A classic french vegetable stew and more. I made my first batch after reading French Women Don't Get Fat. This simple dish is a gift that keeps on giving. I do make a very large batch because not only do I get several meals within the first few days - but I freeze some to enjoy another time. The first time around I eat it like a bowl of stew garnished with lots of fresh basil and a little shaved parmesan cheese. I have also served this next to sauteed chicken, over pappardelle noodles, used it as an omelette stuffing, frittata stuffing, or my favorite as a pizza sauce topped with mozzarella and goat cheese.

    Recipe #352266

    We eat these green beans at least once a week and I haven't found anything to top them. The secret ingredient is the spice blend. I originally found this blend at Gordon Food Services in Michigan. (I have to have my mom ship it to me once a year; the 26 oz container of the spice lasts me about that long). I recently tripled the recipe and took them to work for a lunch for 20 people. Personally, I still like them better from the stove top but I would take them again in a crock pot knowing that I need to stir often so the beans on the outer edge do not get over done. (People did actually go back for seconds)

    Recipe #349465

    I searched through many fabulous looking recipes on this site, but I needed something very basic, traditional and that I could cook overnight in a crock pot with minimal prep in the morning. I served this as a side dish at a lunch for 20 people and there were no leftovers! Important: since they are basic mashed potatoes I did serve them with gravy (along with fried chicken, biscuits and green beans. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #349421

    These are really good - but sometimes in my oven 15 minutes is not quite enough so watch closely to make sure they are not underdone and when adding a couple minutes make sure they don't become overdone.

    Recipe #349420


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