Making your own sushi roll is not as hard as you might think. With just a few ingredients, a simple bamboo rolling mat and a bit of practice you’ll easily turn out professional-looking nori maki.
Most people are used to eating fried catfish, but our recipe calls for broiled so you still get the same succulent flavor of the fish without all the grease and fat!
Creamy mozzarella and Swiss cheeses create the base for these tasty veggies, while a hint of cayenne pepper gives them a kick your taste buds will adore.
With a few low-fat baking tricks, our healthy pumpkin bread recipe shaved 33 percent of the calories and more than half the fat from the original recipe.
Many times, the flaky and buttery crust is the best part of a quiche, supporting the filling and adding a wonderful contrasting texture to the dish. But crusts can be a bit time consuming and more than a bit fattening.
These bite are really low in calories so enjoy them with a side of your favorite baked chips, or a simple side salad. Don’t let their size fool you, they may be bite sized but they are very filling!
Mmmmmm…. pasta. Fettuccine alfredo, at that. With fresh sautéed vegetables. It’s like you died and went to carb friendly heaven. Without all the fat and guilt!
Pantry-friendly ingredients make this mock “pasta” salad easy on your budget. Toss warm garbanzo beans and edamame with the tangy dressing so it will absorb more flavor.
This vegetarian nod to the classic curried chicken salad is perfect for spreading on toasted whole-wheat bread or scooping onto a pile of crispy salad greens for lunch.
Preparing a well-balanced, flavorful vegetable broth at home is not only easy, but also a great way to salvage leftover vegetables in your fridge.