This is just plain good! Pour this low fat dressing over taco salad, omelets, nachos, sliced avocado, enchiladas, grilled chicken, or use as a dip for vegetables or tortilla chips. Spicy, with just a hint of sweetness! I love it! Very easy to make, but NOT short on taste! I think this would also make a great dressing for a corn or black bean salad! Anyone up for experimenting?
This is a wonderful blend of ingredients for a "Chef Salad". Great HOT WEATHER food ! Sliced turkey or chicken, shrimp, sliced ham, cheese, hard boiled eggs, olives, pickled beets, some sliced red onion and any and all other ingredients tossed with cold crisp lettuce! This is perfect! It will keep , refrigerated of course for up to 2 weeks!
This wonderful pie is just too good for words! I think it's the sour cream that adds so much richness without overpowering. I got this recipe from a junior high school cook I work with. She brought this pie to a get together and I JUST HAD to have the recipe! So smooth, creamy and sweet, it does not taste diabetic! I love this pie!
This wonderful sauce is great with pork chops, chicken, ham, or kielbasa. This can even be used with pretzels as a Dip--YUM! My favorite way of using this is to steam some baby carrots, let them cool to room temp, and dunk them right in! *So good!* There is no cooking to this at all!
This is a great way to get those omega 3 fatty acids, the kind that come from salmon and other fish. This recipe comes from "Veggie Life" a vegetarian magazine. I enjoy this dressing on plain baked potatoes! YUM! It is also good on plain green salads of course. You can also use this over brown rice, pasta, tofu, or steamed vegetables! I really like it and hope you will too!
This fabulous recipe comes from a girl I do catering with. It is her signature salad dressing and is requested all the time. Enjoy this with a summer salad of lettuce, cucumber, red onion, cherry tomatoes and some nice garlic croutons! Delicious
This is a great jello salad that my grandmother made one year for Thanksgiving. We have made it many times since then and it is always enjoyed by everyone. The list of ingredients may sound strange, but it truly is a great tasting little dessert. Light and sweet and fruity !
I am NOT a fan of anything fat-free BUT, this salad is just great! It uses fat-free mayonnaise, and plain low fat yogurt. It gets its wonderful flavor from curry powder, fresh lemon juice, crisp apple, crunchy celery and chewy raisins. Great on whole wheat bread! Please try it, you won't be sorry!