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Saag

Makes 4 Servings of 3/4 cup each. Nutrition per serving: Weight Watchers 3 + points ~ Calories 137.3 ~ Fat 3.7 g ~ Carbs 21.8 g ~ Fiber 9.0 g ~ Protein 9.4 g

Saag is a known as a good luck type of dish that is made on special occasions.  Apparently, it has special powers to assist  families in “mingling & mixing” together especially during weddings. (I was told this by my Aunt)

Saag is a North-Indian dish that is a “catch all” term that for various green leafed dishes.  It can be made with greens such as: mustard leaves, Spinach, Kale, Broccoli Rabe, Broccoli…as well as other healthy green veggies.  Saag is very versatile and can be mixed with Paneer (Indian Cheese), potatoes, chick peas, chicken, goat or lamb.   This recipe is a basic recipe for Saag that I learned from my mother.   It can easily be transformed to any dish containing saag, such as:  Saag Paneer.  OR you can try my Chicken & Saag Curry Recipe Read More…

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Crock Pot Baby Back Ribs

Finger Licking Good and falling off the bone!!    These low maintenance crock pot baby back ribs are flavorful & saucy.  Definitely not a “skinny” option…..but  a comforting dinner when you need it.    Portion control is the key & don’t forget to serve with lots of veggies 🙂 ENJOY!! Read More…

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Mongolian Beef in a Crock Pot

Serving size 1/2 cup. Nutrition: Weight Watchers Points + 5 ~ 6 Servings ~ Calories 223.1 ~ Fat 6.8 g ~ Carbs 21.8 g ~ Fiber 2.0 g ~ Protein 19.6 g

Melt in your mouth Mangolian beef made in the Crock Pot.  A large amount of flavor for a no-fuss dish.  It looks fancy enough to make while entertaining & easy enough as an everyday meal.  My 3 year old doesn’t like the texture of steak but once he ate this..the words “mama its so soft” came out of his mouth.   SCORE!! I just got my son to eat steak!!   Serve it over rice, veggies or noodles.  Shown here with Veggie Brown Fried Rice 🙂  ENJOY~

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