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    From Olga at recipegoldmine.com.

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    Recipe #327337

    This single-serving recipe is from fitnessmagazine.com.

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    From recipegoldmine.com.

    Recipe #327328

    From "That's My Home" Cooking website: http://www.thatsmyhome.com/

    Recipe #327327

    This recipe is tried and true. From recipegoldmine.com.

    Recipe #327326

    This recipe is absolutely delicious! From recipegoldmine.com. Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #327324

    Recipe #327322

    This is from fitnessmagazine.com and is for only one person.

    Recipe #327319

    This recipe is from a wonderful blog named http://www.chowtimes.com run by Suanne and Ben. The blog has many Eastern recipes. I'm posting some of their recipes on this website for nutritional information, but please go visit their blog for more great recipes. Pictures of the preparation of this recipe can be found here: http://chowtimes.com/2006/02/17/chinese-sponge-cake/.

    Recipe #327183

    This recipe is from fitnessmagazine.com.

    Recipe #327171

    This is from fitnessmagazine.com.

    Recipe #327170

    This recipe is from fitnessmagazine.com.

    Recipe #327169

    This recipe is from http://www.fitnessmagazine.com. It's so easy to put together. This recipe is for just one person.

    Recipe #327167

    This recipe is from a New York Times article written by Martha Rose Shulman about how to get kids to eat better by making similar-tasting but healthier versions of their favorite foods. I think it's also a good trick for adults. From the article: "This easy Asian stir-fry is lighter than the fast-food Chinese dishes that many kids love, and it’s a great way to get them to eat broccoli, which drinks up the delicious glaze. Have all of your ingredients ready and close at hand, and cook some rice before you start. Once you begin, this dish takes minutes."

    Recipe #327166

    This recipe is from a New York Times article written by Martha Rose Shulman about how to get kids to eat better by making similar-tasting but healthier versions of their favorite foods. I think it's also a good trick for adults. From the article: "Kids like Chinese chicken salad mainly because of those deep-fried noodles. Wean them off the fried stuff with this light version, always a favorite in my kids’ cooking classes. It’s pretty, and the sweet red peppers and cucumbers add lots of crunch. Some children like the cilantro, and some don’t; if you omit it, the salad will be just as good."

    Recipe #327165

    This recipe is from a New York Times article written by Martha Rose Shulman about how to get kids to eat better by making similar-tasting but healthier versions of their favorite foods. I think it's also a good trick for adults.

    Recipe #327164

    This recipe is from a New York Times article written by Martha Rose Shulman about how to get kids to eat better by making similar-tasting but healthier versions of their favorite foods. I think it's also a good trick for adults. This recipe uses little oil, so the frying part is a lot cleaner and easier than usual frying.

    Recipe #327080


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