I recently had a baby (my 3rd) and started doing a low-carb diet to lose the baby weight. I changed my alfredo sauce recipe slightly to this so I could still enjoy pasta every once in awhile. The more or less parm esan cheese and cream that you add will determine the thickness of your sauce. If too thin, add more cheese and vice versa. The reason I can call this "low carb"
linguini is because of the low glycemic index of the 'Dreamfilelds' pasta. You should be able to find it in your local supermarket. I don't believe the 60 total carbs that the nutritional value is showing is correct if you are using this pasta. Any other pasta will not give you the "low carb" effect. Hope you enjoy it!
This recipe is soooo good! It's a great way to combine a mixture of veggies even my 2 little picky eaters will eat! This recipe doubles easily. Sometimes I throw in another half bag of the veggies. Always a favorite at my family functions!
An easy way to prepare green beans that will usually even get those who don't like green beans to eat them :) These come a little better if you thaw the green beans first -in fridge for a few hours, or if time constricted - I have popped them in the microwave for a few minutes. The measurements for dry ingredients are approximate - you can play with them an adjust to your own taste - I usually don't measure mine. This recipe doubles well.
My Italian mom gave me this recipe years ago. It is a great mix of a white sauce and a red sauce with a nice little kick. We usually request it for our "Sunday dinners". Definitely a nice change. We all love it and usually make breaded chicken, good garlic bread and a tossed salad to finish off the meal. Yum!! :)
An easy, yet yummy burger recipe! Nice subtle change from the usual burger. Instead of the minced onions, you may use a packet of onion soup mix, though I haven't tried it myself. Friends say it's great that way too!