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    From Prevention. Posted for safe keeping. Add protein-packed tofu to the classic Japanese dishTIME: 15 MINUTES SERVINGS: 4

    Recipe #386528

    Make a meal of grilled flank steak with veggies and a touch of spices TIME: 30 minutes + marinating time From Prevention. Posted for safe keeping.

    Recipe #386524

    I love a balsamic vinaigrette and haven't found a bottled one I like.I decided to make my own. Here is one attempt that I really enjoyed. If you like a bite to your dressing, use the jalapeno pepper. I enjoyed it in there, but it was really spicy. This dressing was lovely and gave a similar flavor to my salad as Panera Bread's White Balsamic Apple Vinaigrette. I really enjoyed it. If I come across a better one, I'll edit and let you know!

    Recipe #386061

    I am posting this for safe keeping. I haven't tried it yet.

    Recipe #386026

    I haven't tried this one yet, but it sounded delicious. Fresh grilled salmon would take it to the unbelievably delicious level, I think. If you're using grilled salmon, just cook the other ingredients as posted and throw in the salmon right before mixing in the pasta. I wouldn't leave out the wine. It will add an extra dimension to the dish. I am posting for safe keeping and will rate it as soon as I make it. See my page for Flat Belly Diet Guidelines.

    Recipe #385988

    I made this today from some ingredients I had on hand. It was yummy.If you want to try to follow a flat belly diet, I will be posting recipes that I try and like. I am trying to increase my intake of MUFA's(Monounsaturated fatty acids), These are really heart healthy fats that help to lower your bad cholesterol(LDL and VLDL, Low Density Lipoprotein and Very LDL) and raise your good Cholesterol, HDL(High Density Lipoprotein) The low density are smaller particles and get into the linings of your vessels, The high density lipoprotein helps keep your arteries clean. A 1600 calorie a day diet with a seving of MUFA's at each meal is the basic premise of the flat belly diet. Scientists already knew that MUFA's were associated with longevity, but new research demonstrates that they also can help you lose belly fat. Several new diets are cropping up centered all around MUFAs – you may hear them called ‘Flat Belly’ diets. Eating one serving at each meal can help control cravings and provide a mental and physical boost. Regardless of what your plan is, you can incorporate these delicious and nutritious foods into your diet. 1.Oils – flaxseed, canola, olive, sunflower, peanut, or soybean oil (and a few others) all do the trick. Pesto sauce also counts! One serving = 1 tablespoon. 2.Nuts & seeds – Nuts and natural nut butters (such as almond butter or peanut butter) are a great source of protein. Try adding nuts as salad toppers, or combine the butters with vegetables or crackers. One serving = 2 tablespoons. 3.Avocado – Slice an avocado for your salad, add a layer to a sandwich with sprouts and Swiss, or chop it and add it to salsa or another dip. One serving = ¼ cup. 4.Olives – Black or green olives can be used as toppings on entrees such as pizza, pasta, or chicken breast. One serving = 10 large olives. 5.Chocolate - Go with dark or semisweet chocolate. Top your Pinkberry with chocolate chips, add shavings to a favorite low-calorie dessert, or simple indulge in a dark chocolate square. One serving = ¼ cup. Bon Appetit!

    Recipe #385906

    From Chuck Taggart's pages, I quote: "A very versatile seasoning blend. Use this as a base seasoning, and build upon it in your dish. Some versions of Creole seasoning blend contain salt -- I don't do that, because I like to control salt content separately. If you insist on this blend being salty, á la Tony Chachere's "when it's salty enough, it's perfectly seasoned!" rationale, start with 2 tablespoons salt in the blend, increasing up to 4 tablespoons depending on your sodium tolerance level"

    Recipe #385641

    This is an incredibly easy, incredibly delicious dish. It is a takeoff from the Olive Garden original. I like more garlic, more basil, and less oil than their recipe calls for, but you can go to their website and get the original. This is a real kid pleaser. If they hate tomatoes, leave them out. It's still delicious. I wanted to add that you almost can't put too much basil in this. I made this again last night and probably used 40 large basil leaves or more, and some fresh parsley that my son picked by mistake. I did note that when I used 6 cloves of garlic, they were small to medium cloves. When they were large, I used only 4. Garlic is a matter of preference, though and you may love 6 large cloves. You can also increase the amount of fresh tomato, but do increase your garlic in proportion. It always amazes me that this dish is so fast and sooooooooooooooo delicious!

    Recipe #385607

    I am not Cajun, but I love spicy food. This is my own creation. I had some fresh ingredients and threw them together. Unfortunately, not fresh crawfish. I used frozen cooked. This makes a great Shrimp Etoufee, also. This is not for the faint of heart! If you don't like things spicy, don't try this as written. Use regular peppers and/or substitute salt to taste for Tony's, and increase the basil, thyme, and oregano to taste.

    Recipe #385571

    This recipe comes together in about 30 to 40 minutes. It is spicy, but we love spicy things. It is fairly healthy, making about 20 cups of soup with only about 2 grams of fat per cup, and the flavor is really rich and satisfying. We have a garden and grow enough hot peppers to supply the lower 48 states, LOL, so I cook a lot of spicy things in the summertime! If you want to cut the spice, you can use salt instead of Tony's, but maybe not quite as much, (just taste your broth after it cooks and adjust),and of course sweet peppers for some or all of the hot. If you don't really like spice at all, use plain tomatoes instead of Rotel. I also think Masa would be delicious to thicken with; I just didn't think of it while I was making the soup. It would make the corn flavor even deeper. The sauteed, pureed vegetables came from some left over fajitas that I pureed and added to my soup. The Velveeta and Rotel were from some left over Rotel dip that I used. I included this just to give you an idea of how to use your leftovers.

    Recipe #385547

    This chicken pot pie gets rave reviews from family and friends every time, and it is so easy. It is simple home cooking, but my friends always ask for the recipe. This is especially low in fat and calories if you use the 98% fat free cream of mushroom soup. A great way to get veggies into your kids. The biscuits have 150 calories for 3 biscuits with only 15 calories of fat. Healthy and delicious! Enjoy!

    Recipe #385419

    Delicious Fajitas. Restaurant quality flavor. It is the mix of peppers and fresh ingredients that makes them so good. Serve with salsa, sour cream, guacamole, rice and beans. I'll post a guacamole recipe soon. If you like things with a lot of garlic, this should be enough for you. If you don't, cut back on the garlic! Sometimes I add fresh cilantro and lime juice. Enjoy!

    Recipe #385364

    This is my first tomato bisque. I have never even tasted one, but I love every other bisque and decided to try one. I made several changes to a food network recipe and another recipe, combining what I thought might be the best flavors. Use Tony Chacheres instead of salt if you like things spicy. I do! Top with chives, slivers of fresh basil, fresh chopped tomatoes and croutons.

    Recipe #384531

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