This recipe came from http://kalynskitchen.blogspot.com/2008/04/taste-of-yellow-chipotle-lime-deviled.html. I found that site when looking for South Beach Phase 1 Recipes. This recipe is acceptable for all phases of South Beach.
This is from Southern Living Magazine. It looks delicious, but I haven't tried it yet. The captian says "This salad is make ahead, great for casual or fancy parties, and easy to tote to a neighborhood get-together".
I got this recipe from a friend who said she got it from a "Saving Dinner" cookbook by the Dinner Diva, Leanne Ely. I love the Dinner Diva's recipes because they are rather simple, but very tasty. She also has recipes out there that can be put together and frozen for later consumption.
250 calories; 15g fat; 26g protein; 3g carbohydrate; 1g dietary fiber; 60mg cholesterol; 226mg sodium.
Exchanges: 0 grain (starch); 3 1/2 lean meat; 0 vegetable; 3 fat.
Serving suggestions: sauteed snow peas and mushrooms in a little oil and garlic and wild rice pilaf.
This came in an email. One of LeeAnn, the Dinner Diva's, wonderful, delicious recipes. I love this soup. It is easy to make (crock pot). This is also pretty cheap to make. This can easily be put together and frozen by placing the first 10 ingredients in a freezer bag, and putting the pasta and cheese in seperate freezer bags and freezing the bags together until ready to cook. Just thaw before cooking.
I got this recipe from Woman's Day magazine October 2009 issue. We had all the ingredients on hand so we decided to give it a try and it was very good. This one has been placed in our "regularly visited" recipes box.
Seafood is big on benefits: It's high in protein, low in calories and bursting with flavor. What's more, chef Anita Lo proves that preparation is simple! This came from SELF magazine website.
295 calories per serving.
5.8 g fat (0.6 g saturated).
17.1 g carbs.
2.6 g fiber.
33.2 g protein.