This is from the South Beach Diet Cookbook. Nutritional data from the cookbook claims 204 cal, 7 g fat, 8 g carb, 1 g fiber per serving. Pay attention to the caloric and fat content of the steak you buy to meet your nutritional needs. This recipe would also be good with pork, chicken, or lamb.
I've tried a lot of hummus recipes but this is the first one that came close to Sabra - my favorite brand. I adapted this recipe from one I found online at a blog by Jonah Lisa. She states that it is the order in which the ingredients are combined that makes the hummus so creamy in the end. I don't know how true that is but I follow her method and always end up with great stuff that rivals my favorite brand. I use my blender but I'm sure a food processor would work great too. (The original recipe can be found at http://thetobyshow.typepad.com/the_toby_show/2008/03/the-secret-of-r.html#)
I found this recipe as I was searching for "cheap dinners." Mandy, the creator of this recipe uses the pork loin from Sam's Club that usually weighs in at 8lbs per loin for about $1.60 per pound. I wish I had found this recipe a couple months ago when I had bought one of those huge pork loins but didn't really know what to do with it! Cutting it into pork chops has worked well but my next pork loin will be used in this recipe. I had never heard of using plastic wrap in the oven but she proves it works and holds in all the moisture. (Servings are approximate) For the tutorial video, visit her site: http://www.gourmetmomonthego.com/2009/04/cheap-and-fabulous-freezer-dinners.html
From Weight Watchers' Five Ingredient Fifteen Minute cookbook (Spring 2008). The recipe calls for boiling the asparagus but really you should cook the asparagus by your preferred method. I prefer to saute my asparagus in a little olive oil and sea salt. Enjoy :)
My husband and I went on the Sea Blaster snorkling tour in St. Thomas during our honeymoon - this is their special concoction that had us buzzed by the time we got back to our cruise ship. So yummy that we only stopped drinking when our bellies were sloshing with rum goodness!
I started to make Recipe #238239 but was unable to get online to view the recipe when it was time to cook. So this is what I came up with and it was very yummy and filling - and still kinda healthy. (I was only serving 2 people, so I put half the meat mixture in the freezer for a later meal and had 1 extra chimichanga to take for lunch)
Tres Leches translates to "three milks" which is what makes this cake unbelivably moist, light, and sweet without being overly so. I recently served this at my fiance's birthday dinner and it was a huge hit. But of course, as my fiance says, "Alton Brown is THE MAN!"
You do need to start the cake the day before you plan to serve it, so keep that in mind with your timing.
Someone in my family found this recipe on a can of Bush's pinto beans many years ago and it has been a beloved family favorite ever since. I always add some chili powder to my bowl to make it more like a spicy chili. Make plenty because the this one is even better re-heated.