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Yum, but out of all of the recipes, I would only be able to eat one: Hope there will be some recipes next time that I can eat. They will taste just as good without! How about a print friendly link to these recipes without pictures and extras for easier transition to use in my kitchen? I love the two takes on each dish. I will definitely try these! It would be helpful if the recipes could include nutrition facts.
We have a family member with Hypertension and must watch sodium consumption and also is gluten sensitive.
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Some things are easy to substitute low sodium items I cook fresh tomatoes instead of using canned. It does make cooking a challenge. Hi Lori, you are right. Choosing fresh or frozen instead of canned items is a great way to limit your sodium intake. A great way to introduce additional flavor to your foods is to use herbs and spices.
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They will add flavor without the extra sodium. Thanks for your input! Only thing I can think of so far is capers which I may throw in regardless , but I definitely want something that can help stand in place of that excellent bite and crunch onions provide… what do you think? Hi Hannah, how about sliced radishes? I am motivated by pictures of how delicious the recipe looks after it has been prepared. Love the pictures and recipes. As mentioned above, you can substitute to fit your diet.
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Saves money Eating homemade foods is usually much cheaper than eating at a restaurant or buying processed foods from the market. Plan several days of meals. Make a grocery list and stick to it to avoid buying extra food.
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Save leftovers in the refrigerator or freezer. Healthier ingredients Many commercially prepared foods are high in fat, salt, and sugar. Avoid food allergies and sensitivities Preparing your food at home can be especially beneficial if you or a family member has a food allergy. Portion control Many restaurants and fast food joints offer portions that are much larger than necessary. Brings family together Eating at home gives the entire family time to talk about their day. Here are seven recipes that you could try this week… Mini Frittatas with Spinach and Cheese In Italy we normally eat frittata for lunch or dinner, but these would be equally delicious for breakfast.
Coat 4 small baking dishes with cooking spray. Heat olive oil in a large pan over medium heat. Cook leek until soft, 2 to 3 minutes. Add spinach and cook 3 to 4 minutes. Drain in a colander and squeeze out excess water. Lightly whisk eggs in a bowl. Stir in ricotta, Swiss cheese and Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, spinach mixture, salt and pepper. Spoon into baking dishes; bake about 20 minutes, or until eggs fluff up and top is lightly browned.
I love spinach, but feel free to experiment with your favorite ingredients. Combine basil, garlic, and pine nuts in a food processor and pulse a few times until finely chopped. Add cheese and process until combined. While the food processor is on, add the olive oil in a stream, until fully incorporated and smooth. Add salt and pepper to taste. Once the water is boiling, add pasta and cook until al dente.
Drain, reserving 1 cup of water. Place pasta in a large bowl and incorporate pesto. If the consistency of the pesto is too thick, add some of the reserved cooking water. Toss well and serve immediately. Gnocchi with Fresh Tomato Sauce Homemade tomato sauce is so much tastier and healthier than its store-bought counterpart. Remove the tomatoes and rinse them quickly under running cold water.
With a knife, peel away the skin.
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