Comfort foods, those indulgences on cold nights, are often what makes the day worth it. Let’s see 10 classic recipes made healthy.
Try this chicken potpie with soft chewy biscuits, a savory sauce with a dash of sour cream, and a host of veggies like mushrooms, peas, carrots and onions, this pie will truly satisfy.
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The classic beef stroganoff using the most tender beef that cuts away so easily. In season mushrooms and a rich sauce, the appearance and the taste are unmistakable.
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A great main for a vegetarian or a good side dish, broccoli cheese chowder with potatoes, reduced fat sour cream which cuts down the calories instead of using cream or extra cheese. For chefs looking for a dish that won’t pack on too many extra calories, this one fits nicely.
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Chicken-Fried Steak & Gravy:
Grilled up chicken will always be more healthy than fried chicken, but you lose a lot of the taste at the same time. Instead, try a pan fried cube steak which can reduce the salt by 80% and reduce the fat by two thirds. Make sure to cook the steak in a healthy way, by following the instructions laid out.
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A more healthy lasagne using whole-wheat lasagna, which adds a few grams of fiber to the recipe while not losing any of the European taste.
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Loaded Twice-Baked Potatoes:
This one is restaurant food at home. Twice baked potatoes filled with lean ground beef and broccoli, and using a reduced fat sour cream and not overdoing it with the cheese, it’s possible to make some jacket potatoes that won’t widen the waistline.
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Swirled Cheesecake Brownies:
Get your baking tray out for this one. Gorgeous brownies with a marbled cheesecake topping, cut small enough for the little ones to gobble up, these won’t last long on the desert plate.
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The classic meatloaf, many a family favorite, is represented well here. The loaf is baked without a conforming loaf pan, which gives it more of a crusty to enjoy. Big family size portions too.
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French Silk Pie:
If you enjoy the bitter-sweet tasting cocoa with a dash of coffee, then you’ll enjoy French silk pie. Meringue is the hidden ingredient inside.
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Oven Fried Chicken:
Fried chicken can still be good to eat without damaging your health. This recipe uses skinless chicken in a buttermilk marinade, some flour, sesame seeds and delicate spices along with olive oil, which combine to create a crust during the baking process. 7 grams of fat per serving instead of the usual 20 grams from fried chicken.
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