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    An easy to make, hearty, low-fat, super-duper healthy lentil stew. Flavored for American tastes, but you can pump up the spice for a more south-of-the-border flavor.

    Recipe #299810

    A simple, fun bourbon chicken. Uses real bourbon, so don't use this recipe if you're alcohol-intolerant. Use good bourbon, but not great bourbon. Nothing you wouldn't drink. If you've seen any of my other recipes, you'll see I use corn starch a lot. It thickens a sauce and smooths a grainy texture without adding a lot of saturated fat or calories. In this recipe, I use it to thicken the sauce.

    Recipe #289845

    A lowfat, heart-healthy way to eat firm-fleshed fish. Uses widely available Indian curry spices to enhanced the good flavors of the fish while burying any "fishy" flavors and smells.

    Recipe #288766

    An updated take on the classic Indian spinach-cream curry, Saag. Same bouyant creaminess, same thick mouth-feel, but with no cream, almost no saturated fats, and low in calories. Since the dairy comes from yogurt, some lactose intolerant people can eat it.

    Recipe #287229

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