Monthly Archives: June 2011
I love Arroz con Pollo, but most recipes are pretty high in sodium. So I was thrilled when I found a low sodium version on the Prevention Magazine website. And then I started searching for the ingredients. The main flavoring … Continue reading
I got the idea for this recipe after sampling the caramelized onion pizza at Fresh Choice restaurant. I was wowed by the flavor, and vowed to add it to my recipe collection.
I don’t use tomato paste that often, and when I do I usually only use about a tablespoon. And then the rest of the can goes in the refrigerator, because I really hate to waste anything. But sometimes it still … Continue reading
This recipe began life as an Eat Better America recipe, but I made it healthier by using fat-free imitation crab and dodging the salt. I was also able to add more imitation crab because I eliminated the salt and lowered … Continue reading
Well, the sample lady at Costco got me again. This time the item I added to my cart was Riceworks Sweet Chili Crisps.
This easy recipe for apple turnovers is low in calories and sodium, but still very tasty. I use my home made apple pie filling, but the canned stuff works just as well. And don’t get frustrated if the phyllo dough … Continue reading
I’ve always been happy to get any kind of nutritional information from casual dining restaurants; although I remain suspicious of restaurants that only promote their “healthy” choices as having less than a certain number of calories. I mean, let’s be … Continue reading