500 15-Minute Low Sodium Recipes: Fast and Flavorful Low-Salt Recipes that Save You Time, Keep You on Track, and Taste Delicious | Paperback
by Dick Logue (Author)
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Fair Winds Press
July 01, 2012
• 500 15 Minute Low Sodium Recipes Fast and Flavorful Low Salt Recipes that Save You Time Keep You on Track and Taste Delicious
Product Description Create great, low-sodium meals in a jiffy while still enjoying all the foods and flavors you love with 500 15-Minute Low-Sodium Recipes!In these pages, you’ll be treated to dishes so delightful you’d never guess they’re low in salt and quick to prepare. Packed with 500 recipes to choose from, you’ll find everything from beef, chicken, and vegetables dishes to international takeout-style recipes, desserts, and more. And with 15 minutes or less prep time on every recipe, staying on track is as easy as pie! You’ll also find a nutritional breakdown on every recipe, making it easier than ever to track your daily sodium intake. Just a few of the easy and delicious low-salt recipes:Quick Chicken a la KingSteak StroganoffBaked Tilapia RockefellerQuick and Easy GazpachoCranberry Pork RoastGrilled Chocolate-Filled BananasNutty Apple WedgesCutting sodium doesn’t mean cutting flavor or variety, or spending hours in the kitchen on complicated recipes. Make staying on course easy—and delicious!—with 500 15-Minute Low Sodium Recipes.
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