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|Chinese Fried rice
This recipe is a great way to make traditional Chinese fried rice at home. Replace the low-sodium soy sauce to make this dish gluten-free. Rice that has been cooked and refrigerated overnight (or longer — up to 3 days ahead of time) makes better fried rice because the rice tends to clump together. Before using, break up the large clumps with a spoon.
This lighter stuffed pepper recipe has 38% fewer calories, 87% less saturated fat, 75% less sodium, and 43% more fiber than conventional versions.
|Rice and Beans Salad
Try out this great side dish that combines a variety of beans and brown rice to keep it heart healthy. This recipe is gluten-free and vegetarian.
|Paella with Chicken, Leeks and Tarragon
Paella is a Spanish dish that combines saffron-flavored rice, garlic, onions, peas, tomatoes, and meat or shellfish. In this version, tarragon is substituted for saffron and chicken stands in for spicy sausage (chorizo).
|Grilled Snapper Curry
Another great seafood dish that is sure to be full of flavor. This recipe is gluten-free and low-fat. This curry sauce can be made with soy or skim milk, which keeps the fat content down.
|White sea bass with dill relish
Besides being low in fat and calories, sea bass is also a very good source of protein, vitamin B-6, selenium and phosphorus.
|Cheesy Taco Bake
A low fat version of a great recipe to add to your collection. This southwestern dish is sure to please everyone in the family.
|Macaroni and cheese
This lower fat version of macaroni and cheese gets its creamy texture and full flavor from pureed vegetables.
|Balsamic roast chicken
Balsamic vinegar has a dark color and rich flavor. Combined with a hint of brown sugar, this vinegar makes a sauce that's much healthier than traditional high-fat gravy.
|Cheesy baked zucchini
||This fun recipe is easy for young chefs to prepare with a little help from an adult.|