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    Ridiculously simple. Very tasty. This is on the mild side because Mr. Wonderful likes his food a bit tame. You can easily add jalapenos to turn up the heat.

    Recipe #265263

    This is my version of the microwave chocolate cake - only I don't cook it for the full minute - stopping just short of a minute yields a pudding cake - and is really delicious. This is also lower in fat and carbs and is wheat/gluten-free. I exchanged half and half for butter and milk, and replaced the 1 T flour with cocoa (which is, technically, a flour) for all you gluten-allergic, cake-starved folks out there.

    Recipe #401571

    I took a Cooks illustrated recipe for tomatoes and combined it with ideas from other recipes on this site for garbanzo beans. Adding the smoked Spanish paprika added a subtle but exotic complexity. This is wonderful as a main dish for vegetarians (without the anchovies), as a base for grilled fish, or add sausage for meat-lovers - Please do not be afraid of the anchovies: they aren't 'identifiable' in this dish but do add to the overall flavor. Small portions would work well in a tapas selection. I recommend using grape tomatoes in this recipe.

    Recipe #289075

    These are easy to prepare, are low carb, moist and delicious. They'd pass for a cupcake with a little frosting, too. The secret is in the finely ground flax seed meal - either grind your own or give the commercially ground meal about ten extra seconds in your blade coffee/spice grinder or blender. Cook's note: if you want to increase the yield on these, add 1/2 cup milk: almond, rice, or soy. And add 1 1/2 cups of bran. When I'm not doing wheat-free, I use wheat bran, but oat bran will do. If you do go the bran route, add 1 tsp baking soda and 1 tsp plain vinegar to the recipe: these puppies will rise better if you do. (thanks for posting a picture, sweetcakes!)

    Recipe #250326

    Another ridiculously easy recipe.

    Recipe #246781

    Or: How I got my nephew to eat cauliflower! This is developed from the cauliflower confetti rice recipe that I posted that under a former s/n I can't access - it is low-carb/diabetic diet friendly and fooled an entire dinner party last week - they swore they were eating rice. It's great with grilled meats and is easily adapted into a main course casserole. You can take this in any direction you like by just changing the spices: East Indian, Greek ... you may also add garbanzo beans and a little smoked Spanish paprika. It's even good cold. As the second reviewer said, it makes a huge batch: I changed the yield/number of servings to reflect that a little more accurately. And the reviewer who made fritters out of the leftovers? GENIUS.

    Recipe #243649

    This is adapted from Vegetarian Times and is just about the best meatloaf ever - vegan, vegetarian or 'carnivorian' ... it's the 'meatloaf' sandwich recipe - http://www.vegetariantimes.com/recipes/10244 - I've added nutritional yeast to boost the flavor and add B vitamins. My Domestic Accomplice's daughter made this for Christmas ... it was better than the turkey! You may also add mushrooms and/or red or green bell pepper, chopped and sauteed. I also use lemon pepper rather than regular pepper. And if you're on a stricter low-carb diet, you can substitute half of the rolled oats with flax seed meal.

    Recipe #363490

    These are delicious, foolproof and easy - the recipe is flexible in terms of time. Most of the work is done slow-cooking the ribs in the oven - they're just finished on the barbecue or under the broiler. If it looks familiar, the rub has been posted as a smoked Spanish paprika dry rub - it's our favorite. Go ahead, put the ribs in the oven and let them cook while you go to the movies - how easy is that?

    Recipe #249564

    I found this years ago online and have made a few changes. The large amount of dill weed may seem over-the-top, but it pays off. People who hate sprouts love these. Well, most of them. These are good hot or cold - if any are left over.

    Recipe #316679

    This combines a few recipes and is made with Redi-Base ultra low sodium broth base (obtained online) as the ham has enough sodium; bouillon would put it over the top for us. Easy and delicious. A major hit with the honey.

    Recipe #263452

    This passed the test with flying colors with both our vegan and our carnivores. It's easy, can be made ahead up to grilling time and can be made into kebabs with vegetables, or served cold in a vinaigrette with cooked green beans.

    Recipe #246594

    We grow our chard year-round in the fog where we live and this is one of our favorite ways to prepare it. This is vegan-friendly. You can adjust the ingredients according to taste and what's on hand. Do use the nutritional yeast (or substitute vegetable broth) for a richer taste. For color, you could add diced carrots and cook them with the chard.

    Recipe #379086

    This is our five-days a week breakfast and it has it all: it's low carb, hi-protein, a good source of fiber, dairy and antioxidants. It's creamy, sweet, crunchy and has great flavor. Ant it'll last you all morning. PS: The carb count the site has computed on this is not accurate - the TVP has about 2 g. carbs, the flax seed meal is a wash, the coconut has about 2, the berries are about 6, the yogurt and cottage cheese about 8: and remember, the natural milk sugars in unsweetened yogurt don't impact blood sugars the way refined sugars do.

    Recipe #246597

    This is so easy and delicious it's pitiful. And yes, I pretty much do put lemon pepper in everything but dessert!

    Recipe #246777

    This is a low carb version of stir-fry cabbage - it doesn't need to swim in a sweetened cornstarch sauce. It just requires vegetables, oil and seasonings and is an easily adaptable recipe using other vegetables you have on hand. We often have it with grilled pork.

    Recipe #245003

    This takes ten minutes, tops. Fabulous, fast, delicious. And beautiful - looks festive in the bowl - garnish with a little parsley for the holidays. This soup is also quite good served cold. (Note: We have a vegan daughter in our mix - I'm tempted to try this with soft tofu instead of cream cheese.)

    Recipe #259683

    This is adapted from a frozen meatball package recipe - I've left out the pasta and added black soy beans in its place. I also use a low-carb frozen meatball that's light on the 'filler': approximately 3 carbs per 6-meatball serving.

    Recipe #252399

    I'm not sure how authentic this is, but my name's Greek, and I've _been_ to Greece, so that should count for something. This is not too time-consuming; it's pretty good stuff. No, I take that back - it's really good stuff.

    Recipe #316784

    This is less recipe than method and ingredients. Delicious. If your Mr. Wonderful doesn't like goat cheese - gorgonzola would also work. This is a beautiful salad - glistening deep red gratings of beets, greens and dots of goat cheese.

    Recipe #385059

    This is my son's recipe / method and it is awesome. It says it serves four, but you'll want to eat it all yourself. Please try to share ;-) Even though there's turmeric in most curry powders, this recipe benefits from even more—it's so healthy and adds such a great flavor. You can also add other vegetables: garlic, onions, carrots, potatoes, butternut squash, etc. If the head of cauliflower is huge, add more oil and spices as needed. This would also make a great soup base.

    Recipe #509423

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