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Pillsbury Fast & Healthy Cookbook: Delicious family meals in 30 minutes or less
140 fast, tasty ways to feed your family right!88% (7)
Serving healthy, satisfying meals can be a challenge—especially when there's so little time to cook. Let Pillsbury come to the rescue! The flavorful recipes inside are higher in fiber and other nutrients than most recipes, yet lower in fat and calories. They're also fast—all can be prepared in 30 minutes or less, with a whole chapter of recipes ready in just 20 minutes.
So take your pick—whether you want a satisfying casserole, a quick snack, burgers hot off the grill or a luscious dessert, you're sure to find a dish that meets your needs. Complete with 50 beautiful color photographs and lots of healthy living tips, Pillsbury Fast & Healthy Cookbook is just what you need to serve your family delicious, nutritious meals—without spending hours in the kitchen.
Fix quick and healthy dishes like these!
Crispy Shrimp Tarts
Barbecued Pork Fajitas
Lemon-Basil Skillet Chicken with Rice
Vermicelli with Fresh Herb-Tomato Sauce
Spicy Chinese Chicken Tacos
Layered Pina Colada Chicken Salad
Grilled Blue Cheese Steak
Halibut with Chipotle Butter
Lemon Mini Tarts
Chocolate Espresso Mousse
“Super Food that Heals"
Highest Explore position # 322 on Wednesday, July 23, 2008 Kamote (sweet potato) Did you know that kamote far exceeds the nutrition and health values of rice? Here are the benefits of substituting rice with kamote: 1. Kamote is more filling and suppresses hunger pangs longer. It is also cheaper than rice. 2. Unlike rice, kamote is so easy to grow. It grows in backyards with or without fertilizers. Local government executives can provide their poor communities with idle government land for planting kamote which the entire community can share. 3. Unlike rice which needs to be eaten with a dish, kamote tastes good and can be eaten by itself. Thus, substituting rice with kamote saves money for other needs. 4. Rice cannot match the nutritional values of kamote. Because rice converts to sugar in the body, the Philippines registers as a top producer of diabetics in the world. The poor tends to load up on rice and less on the dish which are more expensive. That makes them vulnerable to diabetes, an ailment known in developed countries as a rich man’s disease. 5. The nutritional values of a 3 oz baked kamote are: calories 90, fat 0 g, saturated fat 0 g, cholesterol 0 mg, carbohydrate 21 g, protein 2 g, dietary fiber 3 g, sodium 36 mg, vitamin A 19,218 IU, folic acid 6 micrograms, pantothenic acid 1 mg, vitamin B6 <1 mg, vitamin C 20 mg, vitamin E 1 mg, calcium 38 mg, manganese 1 mg, carotenoids 11,552 mcg, potassium 475 mg and magnesium 45 mg. Compare that to a 100 g serving of white rice with: calories 361 kcal, water 10.2 g, total fat 0.8 g, dietary fiber 0.6 g, calcium 8 mg, phosphorous 87 mg, potassium 111 mg, sodium 31 mg, vitamin B1 0.07 mg, vitamin B2 0.02 mg, niacin 1.8 g, protein 6 g and carbohydrates 82 g. 6. Too much rice consumption can make you sick but kamote can bring you to health and keep away some health problems. These have been proved medically. Believe it or not - kamote lowers hypertension, bad cholesterol and even blood sugar when eaten as SUBSTITUTE TO RICE! The purple sweet potato (kamote) is particularly effective for lowering hypertension. Not only that, the Korean medical documentary credits the sweet potato (kamote) as high fiber and is one of the best foods that one can eat to prevent cancer! For those who are only impressed by US doctors, read this: the North Carolina Stroke Association, American Cancer Society, and the American Heart Association have all endorsed the sweet potato for its disease prevention and healing qualities.Ginisang Togue (Sautéed Mung Bean Sprouts)
Ginisang Togue is basically Sauted Mung Bean Sprout with carrots, bell pepper, shrimp, and tofu. Mung Bean Sprout is considered as the major bean sprout in Asia and is used as an ingredient in many dishes. Grown from mung beans, the sprouts are cholesterol free, and are best for anyone counting calories. Sprouts also contain a high source of fiber; it is digestible and contain a high concentration of enzymes that helps the digestive process. Ingredients: 1 pack Mung Bean Sprout (approximately ? lb) ? lb Tofu 1 big carrot, cut into strips 1 medium-sized onion, cubed 1 big tomato, cubed 6 to 8 pieces shrimp (head and scales removed) 1 tbsp oyster sauce 1 tsp garlic 1 red bell pepper, cut into strips 1 green bell pepper, cut into strips 2 tbsp soy sauce 1 pc chicken cube 1 cup water Salt and pepper Cooking procedure: 1. Fry the tofu until color turns golden brown then set aside. (slice the tofu into small squares) 2. Saute the garlic, onion, and tomato 3. Put-in the shrimp, oyster sauce, soy sauce, and chicken cube. Simmer for 1 minute 4. Add the carrots and water then bring to a boil. Simmer for 2 minutes 5. Add the green and red bell pepper and Mung Bean Sprout 6. Put a dash of ground black pepper 7. Put-in the tofu and simmer for 3 minutes 8. Serve hot. Share and enjoy
What is a Breakfast Cookie? An Erin Baker’s Breakfast Cookies is like your morning bowl of oatmeal, but in cookie form and perfectly portable! Each all-natural oatmeal based cookie is balanced with complex carbohydrates, protein, good fats and fiber providing you with a healthy and convenient alternative to other breakfast foods. Sweetened with fruit puree each cookie combines the flavors we all love with a heartiness that satisfies for hours. Each member of the family is sure to have a favorite so be sure to stock your pantry. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, what better way to enjoy it than with Erin Baker’s? About the Brand: I started baking and selling cookies at 9 years old and loved it so much I decided to make it my life’s work and yes my last name really is "Baker"! It all began in 1994 when I rented the 4-H kitchen at the Whidbey Island Fairgrounds to bake my way to a better life. Inspired by my mom’s healthy baking and armed with a KitchenAid mixer, I created a revolutionary new way to serve breakfast the Breakfast Cookie was born! For the last 17 years, oats, fruit & honey have been the staple ingredients in my bakery, making us unique in our efforts to provide healthier food products. I take great pride in baking products with whole food ingredients which provide sustained energy and optimal nutrition. Over the years I have created many wonderful recipes to share with my loyal following. My Breakfast Cookies, Homestyle Granola, Breakfast Cookie Minis and Organic Brownie Bites are handcrafted and baked to order, promising homemade freshness and flavor. Simple, wholesome baking principles inspired me when I was a little girl. They still make perfect sense now that I am grown up! Bake with purpose, bake fresh to order, bake with healthy and wholesome ingredients. It’s that simple. Erin Baker, Founder.Similar posts:
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