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Recipes with Cooking Demos

Each month we present a new "how to" recipe video.  Use the following links to see the recipes in printed format or to view the accompanying video.

May 2009
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Try these Breakfast Sandwiches for a quick, nutritious and delicious morning meal.
» Video demo

April 2009
Smoothies can be a quick breakfast or snack, provide fruit and protein, and are refreshing any time of the year (and a nice treat while on the pureed diet!). Whip up our Carrot Cake Smoothie or Yogurt Berry Smoothie in a flash.
» Video demo

March 2009
Turkey is an healthy, lean meat that is not often used (outside of Thanksgiving). Beans provide a great source of fiber and protein. They are combined in a spicy, zesty dish of Turkey Bean Enchiladas - a quick and easy dish.
» Video demo

February 2009
Sometimes you just have to have something sweet and chocolatey!  By making something low fat and low sugar, you can keep the overall calories low.  With these Chocolate Cheesecake Nuggets and Chocolate Sauce, you can have your cheesecake, and eat it 
too! 
» Video demo

January 2009
Dry chicken is hard to choke down after bariatric surgery. Cooking en papillote or in a pouch made of parchment paper or foil is a low-fat way of keeping meat moist during baking. Try this Chicken en Papillote recipe. 
» Video demo

December 2008
Quinoa [KEEN-wa] is a high protein grain that is more than 5,000 years old - it's just new to many of us! Try our Creamy Quinoa with Cranberries as an alternative to another healthy hot cereal, oatmeal.
» Video demo

November 2008
Seviche [seh-VEE-chee] is a dish traditionally made of fresh, raw fish marinated in citrus juice (usually lime).  The action of the acid in the juice "cooks" the fish, firming the flesh and turning it opaque.  In this Shrimp Seviche recipe, we toss precooked shrimp with crunchy vegetables in a marinade that gets its zing from fresh lime and orange juice and some heat from chipotle peppers.
» Video demo

October 2008
As the holiday parties gear up, substitute traditional high fat dips for high protein, high fiber dips and salsas made from beans. Both our White Bean Dip with Rosemary and our Black Bean Salsa pair well with crunchy veggies or whole wheat pita for dipping. 
» Video demo

September 2008
Pork tenderloin is very lean and a good choice if you suffer from chicken fatigue.  In our Spicy Pork with Watermelon Salad recipe, a quick sear in the skillet keeps the pork from drying out.  The watermelon salad is a juicy balance to the spicy pork rub and adds a fruit serving to your dinner.
» Video demo

August 2008
High in protein AND fiber, our Sloppy Lentils can be done quickly on the stove or in a crock pot while you're away.
» Video demo

July 2008
Just in time for summer, our Harvest Turkey Burger combines a lean protein source with fresh chopped veggies. Perfect for indoors or out on the BBQ grill.
» Video demo

 
 
 

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