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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…

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Panda Express Egg Rolls Made Skinny

Panda Express Egg Rolls Made Skinny by Skinny Kitchen with Nancy Fox

I must admit, I love the chicken egg rolls at Panda Express. I don’t eat them very often because they are deep fried. Happily, i’ve created a skinny recipe I can enjoy guilt-free and you can too! To make them skinny, I’m using lean ground turkey breast, loading the rolls with crunchy veggies and baking–not frying. The skinny for each…

1 vote
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Oriental Vegetable and Rice Bowl

Oriental Vegetable and Rice Bowl by Julia Ann Souders

Fast cooking at a high temperature is a key to Oriental cuisine. The rapid, minimal cooking helps preserve the flavor, color and texture. If you are serving Italian, Indian, Mexican, U.S. midwestern, southern and southwestern cuisine, here is a change of pace for dinner. Vegetables and meat or without meat can be changed as to what…

1 vote
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Biggest Loser Mixed Berry Smoothie

Biggest Loser Mixed Berry Smoothie by Recipe Kitchen

A Delicious And Healthy Biggest Loser Mixed Berry Smoothie Recipe To Get The Day Started.

4 votes
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Red Pepper Harissa

Red Pepper Harissa by Robyn Savoie

Harissa is spicy condiment from Tunisia. It’s loaded with flavor, but very low in fat and calories, making it a perfect accompaniment to healthful meals.

1 vote
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Maid Rite and Tendermaid Hamburgers At Home

Maid Rite and Tendermaid Hamburgers At Home by Terry

The secret to a Maid Rite and/or Tendermaid style loose burger Hamburger is that the beef is steamed and not fried, and this does make all the difference. Making them at home can be done although it is slightly more painstaking than the frying pan, but well worth the effort. I use a streiner or colander over a pot of boiling water…

1 vote
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Slow Cooker Baked Beans

Slow Cooker Baked Beans by Eileen Kelly

Slow Cooker Baked Beans is a super easy recipe to prepare in the slow cooker. Made with canned beans and a blend of ketchup, molasses and spices! Using the canned beans allows this dish to be ready in 2 hours. Perfect side dish for any BBQ

1 vote
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A Summer Event Salad

A Summer Event Salad by J. Gino Genovesi

In the summertime, one is always looking for a refreshing dish, light, tasty and low fat. This salad is great and is a great' tag-a-long' for picnics and family get together. It stays fresh and does not wilt.

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Japanese “Rare” Cheesecake

Japanese “Rare” Cheesecake by Henry Moline

No bake cheesecakes are called “rare cheesecakes” in Japan. It is a soft type of cheesecake and usually gelatin is used to harden the filling. Rare cheesecakes are chilled and served with fresh fruits or fruit sauces. It is a very easy cheesecake to make at home

1 vote
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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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An Easy Appetizer Recipe Just in Time for Fall

An Easy Appetizer Recipe Just in Time for Fall by John Wm. Macy's CheeseSticks

The first day of fall is on September 22nd and I don’t know about you, but it puts me in the mood for soup! This delicious recipe for butter bean soup is also the perfect appetizer recipe for your next fall event.

1 vote
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Easy Bake Biscotti

Easy Bake Biscotti by J. Gino Genovesi

The Biscotti can be traced back to Roman times. They were a convenient food that contained sustenance for both travelers and the Roman Legions. The dry, crunchy cookie contained no fat, but was nourishment for the Roman Legion. They were dipped in wine or any other liquid available. Because of the convenience of the Biscotti, the…

1 vote
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mango colada

mango colada by rajwinder

sweet dish

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Lemon-Cranberry Biscotti

Lemon-Cranberry Biscotti by J. Gino Genovesi

The biscotti had its origin in Roman times They are a dry, crunchy cookie that contains no fat and quite nourishing. .A food with sustenance and carried by the Roman Legions into battle; perhaps this action help fuel the expansion of the Roman Empire since they were so light and easy to carry into battle. The biscotti became…

1 vote
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swordfish avocado

swordfish avocado by maeghan

1 1/2 to 2 swordfish steaks, about 1 inch thick tips: Shark can be substituted for swordfish if desired. make basting brushes from oregano branches,if you have oregano in your garden,cut 10-1 inch branches tie 6 together.hand to dry in dark place for a week. use for brushing on marinade with basting branch

1 vote
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