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Low-Fat Spice Rubbed Roast Turkey

Low-Fat Spice Rubbed Roast Turkey by Robyn Savoie

Traditional turkeys are nearly flavorless when you skip the skin and gravy—and that’s where most of the fat and calories lie. This salty-spicy-sweet rub keeps the meat lean but still plenty of flavor. This recipe easily converts to a 3 - 4 pound roasting chicken. Just cut the seasonings in half. The instructions include cooking…

2 votes
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Baked Egg Rolls

Baked Egg Rolls by 1st Place Recipes

Source: http://www.recipekitchen.net Baked Egg Rolls - A Healthier Baked Version Of The Classic Egg Roll Recipe.

2 votes
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Top SF Chronicle Recipe: Pasta with Broccoli and Spicy Sausage

Top SF Chronicle Recipe: Pasta with Broccoli and Spicy Sausage by John Spottiswood

Our good friend Linda Hansen saved this top recipe from the SF Chronicle in 2004 and it has become one of her and our favorites. It was created at the Last Supper Club restaurant in San Francisco. We've adapted the pasta, broccoli, and sausage…

10 votes
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Green Beans, New Potatoes and Bacon

Green Beans, New Potatoes and Bacon by Salad Foodie

A delicious side to serve with meat, or as a main luncheon dish with salad. Honestly I could almost eat a whole plateful of this! It is so simple but so tasty. First run-through I followed the recipe exactly from Homestyle Amish Kitchen Cookbook by Harvest House Publishers 2010. Having made it several times since I made only minor…

3 votes
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Lighten Up with this Easy Turkey and Apple Meatloaf



Lighten Up with this Easy Turkey and Apple Meatloaf

 by Skinny Kitchen with Nancy Fox

This is a light, flavorful twist on a classic meatloaf. To make it skinny, I’m using ground turkey and adding grated apples, shredded onions and carrots, egg whites and multigrain bread crumbs. In addition, free-forming the meatloaf allows the excess fat from the turkey to remain on pan, not in the loaf. The crowning glory is the…

1 vote
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Turkey italian sausage

Turkey italian sausage by Phil M Carver

Like to eat italian, try this and you'll love it..my Nonna's Recipe try it once and tell me what you think..Put it in your Pasta no matter what kind it is it's great on Pizza just brown it first.

1 vote
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