Inspiration struck when I saw a recipe like this one in a newspaper. My version was an instant hit with my husband and friends. When I discovered how easy it is to make in the slow cooker, it got even better. —Bette Jo Welton, Eugene, Oregon Skip links
You may see shrimp in the title of the recipe and think, 'Seafood isn't very frugal!' It's definitely more expensive per pound than most meat, but we still see deals. For us this recipe was born out of a desire to eat what we had on hand at the end of the month (we've all been there). I decided to see what I could do with shrimp that was in the freezer, and stretch it to feed the whole family. And so our Sausage Shrimp Skillet was born! I served this with what my kids call 'garlic cheese toast,' which
We love making shrimp cakes as a full dinner—they're a lot cheaper than crab cakes and work with a good variety of flavor combinations. Here we miniaturize them down to party-appetizer size, combine them with Thai seasonings, and serve with a tangy chili dip.
This spiralized, veggie-packed noodle bowl is a healthier, lower carb version of a classic Chinese takeout dish: lo-mein! Shrimp, zucchini noodles, spiralized bell peppers and carrots make for a delicious and healthy meal that comes together in under 30 minutes! If you’ve ever ordered lo-mein for takeout before, you’ve probably ate too much and felt … [LINK]
Philly Cheese Style Stuffed Peppers... WOW. Our family loves these so much, I rushed this recipe right to the head of the line so all of you can make them! Now Eric and I aren't exactly Philly Cheese Steak experts or anything. But these are a perfect way to get the rich flavor of the iconic American sandwich, without breaking the bank with carbs, calories, or ww points! 'How is it possible?' you may ask. For starters, I eliminated that grease-soaked bun, and loaded the delicious stuffing into baked bell peppers! This makes them low in carbs, but very high
Beans and rice make the perfect meal because they're well-balanced, an excellent source of protein, and easy to prepare. Sausage adds full flavor to the recipe, and traditional pork sausage lovers won't even notice the switch to chicken sausage. —Robin Haas, Cranston, Rhode Island Skip links