This is a delicious diabetic and diet-friendly recipe for quiche. I created the recipe for two servings for my wife Laura and me. I put it together on Saturday evenings; cover each bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate. When I get up on Sunday morning, I let Laura sleep in while I make the coffee and put the quiches in the oven. We love the crusty texture that is created on the outside edges when cooked in the Pyrex bowls. The inside stays moist and tender.
If you're looking for the simple one pan dinner, please keep looking. This meal requires many pans and really gets things hopping in the kitchen. It's a great meal to make with family or friends. This is a wonderful, low fat curry dish with a slight sweetness. It is a delightful meal for those who love curry!
As far as organ meat goes, heart is probably some of the most tame you can try. When I first had this, I honestly thought it was an elk roast, or perhaps moose. It was that good! Bear in mind that it is a very low-fat cut, so over cooking will dry it out quickly. This is one I have made a few times for a Sunday roast. When I didn't tell people what it was, they assumed it was just a beef or venison roast!
A lighter version of a true Texas-style chili.
This is a festive, colorful low-fat recipe for a quick and easy rice hotdish.
This chili uses banana peppers and a hearty mixture of spices that combine to make a wonderful flavor. Party guests love it, and it's great as a leftover. I like to make a big batch and freeze the leftovers in serving-size containers; reheated, it makes a for a tasty and easy lunch!
After two soaks in traditional adobo sauce, this bird is ready to sock you in the mouth with flavor.
Spatching a whole chicken before cooking on the BBQ takes a little time and effort, but is fairly easy to do. As the sun was shining we had an impromptu BBQ with some friends and I created this marinade recipe on the spur of the moment. Please feel free to change the ingredients to suit your own taste.
This black bean chili is simple, but packed with flavor. A mix of veggies and spices combine with the beans for a great winter day meal.
Light on the fat, but heavy on flavor, this spicy chili will satisfy your urge for heat without breaking your diet.
Veggies can sometimes be just as hearty as meat. Make this recipe and you'll have the proof.
A fresh-made salsa is the filling that makes this omelet come alive.
Get the day off right for you and a friend with this veggie breakfast casserole.
This easy kabob cooks up in just a few minutes after a quick marinade.
A warm lunch for a cold winter day with plenty of veggies piled on toasted ciabatta bread.
Lots of flavor in this easy pizza, with black beans, ground beef and cheese piled on high.
Veggies are best cooked on the grill, and pizza is simply the best. Put the two together for an easy, healthy summer family dinner.
How to impart major flavor to bland turkey? How about a day-long soak in Mediterranean spices? After that you just grill, add some veggies, and you're ready to go with a great lunch for the tailgate or cookout.
Extra-smoky pork chops, thanks to the addition of paprika. For even more smoky flavor, use hickory wood chips.
Easy pork chops with a blend of sweet and spicy flavors. Great for you beginning grillers.