1000 Atkins Diet Recipes

Side salad carbsperserving11 total recipe excluding

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Side Salad CarbsPerServing:11 total recipe excluding grape tomatoes Effort:Easy Ingredients : 1/2 pound salami -- hard, cut 1/2" thick 1/2 pound mozzarella cheese -- cubed 1 cup grape tomatoes -- halved1/8 cup fresh basil -- chopped fine 1/4 cup olive oil -- light salt and pepper to taste How to Prepare: toss together serve with diet flat bread grilled with olive oil and garlic salt Smothered Mushrooms CarbsPerServing:58 total recipe Effort:Easy Ingredients: 1 1/2 pounds fresh mushrooms -- fresh - I use white button 12 ounces bacon -- may sub ham 2 cups sour cream8 ounces cream cheese -- softened
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1 can black pitted olives -- sliced How to Prepare: 1. Wipe mushrooms clean, slice. 2. Fry bacon until just not quite crisp, drain, cut into small pieces with kitchen shears 3. In bacon fat or (equal amounts of real butter and worchestershire if your daily carb count can take it--the worchestershire gives it real ZIP)saute mushrooms on medium until tender, but not browned or crisp. 4. In crockpot mix together sour cream and cream cheese. 5. Toss in mushrooms, bacon and olives. Keep hot in crockpot, not boiling or heat in 1 1/2 qt casserole in 350 oven. Then call me and I will come right over to share it with you! This isn't exactly carb 'cheap' and is so good you will have to limit your amount of servings. But everything is Atkins "legal". On a low-fat diet I always used to feel guilty making and serving this--one of my all time favorite potluck dishes! Spaghetti (Squash) Pie CarbsPerServing:44 total recipe exluding tomato sauce Effort:Easy Ingredients : 3 cups spaghetti squash -- cooked, strands 1 egg -- beaten 1/3 cup parmesan cheese 1 tablespoon butter -- melted 1 cup ricotta cheese 1 egg -- beaten 1/2 pound ground beef -- or bulk Italian Sausage 1/2 cup chopped onion1/4 cup green pepper -- chopped 2 small cans tomato sauce 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano -- crushed 1/2 teaspoon dried basil -- crushed 1 teaspoon dried parsley -- crushed 1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese How to Prepare: Mix squash, 1 egg Parmesan Cheese and butter well. Press evenly into a 9" pie plate to form crust. Mix Ricotta and 1 egg and spread evenly over squash mixture in pie plate. In large skillet, brown meat with onion and green pepper. Drain off excess fat. Add tomato sauce and spices. Simmer a few minutes, then spoon over Ricotta mixture in pie plate. Bake at 350 for approximately 15 minutes. Sprinkle mozzarella over top, then bake an additional 5 Ð 10 minutes to melt cheese and set crust. Let sit 5 Ð 10 minutes before cutting. ------- Wondering about spaghetti squash? It is a sorta football-shaped squash, fairly large and quite yellow in color. Cut it in half lengthwise (it is pretty hard to cut-be careful!) and scoop out the seeds in the middle. To oven bake, place in a baking pan, cut side down, with 1" water.
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