Spinach Salad w/Hot Bacon Dressing

Spinach Salad w/Hot Bacon Dressing

Spinach Salad w/Hot Bacon Dressing

CarbsPerServing:8g total

Ingredients:

Serves:10

Effort:Easy

4 Bacon Strips    ¼ cup splenda

¼ teaspoon Salt

1 tablespoon Not-Starch

1 egg – beaten1/8 cup Vinegar

½ cup Water

1 bag Fresh Spinach Leaves

2 eggs

How to Prepare:

Fry bacon until crisp. Reserve drippings and drain bacon on paper towel, crumble and set aside.In small saucepan combine splenda, salt and not-starch. Add egg and vinegar; mix well. Add water and reserved drippings and bring to boil. Reduce heat; simmer stirring constantly for 2-3 minutes. Cool just until dressing reaches desired thickness. Put crumbled bacon on top of spinach leaves in large bowl and toss with dressing.

NOTES : Counts for not-starch and spinach leaves not included in totals

Spinach Salad

Spinach Salad

Spinach Salad    

Serves:4

CarbsPerServing:Not sure

Effort:Easy

Ingredients:

Prep Time:10 minute

1 Bunch of Spinach

6 fresh mushrooms

1 cup bean sprouts

2 strips turkey bacon

1 ½ tbls Renees Gourmet Dressing  Cucmber Dill flavour

How to Prepare:

Wash and Chop spinach into bite size pieces, chop mushrooms, add bean sprouts, Fry bacon till crisp, crumble and add.Mix in dressing and serve.

NOTE. Most Ingredients in these recipes can be bought in good health food shops and grocery store. If you have trouble finding something, feel free to exchange, but keep track of the carbs.

 

 

Spinach Salad with Peanut Salad Dressing

Spinach Salad with Peanut Salad Dressing

Spinach Salad with Peanut Salad Dressing

CarbsPerServing:5.17g

Serves:6,10

Effort:Easy

Ingredients:         

1/3 cup unsalted peanuts, dry-roasted

½ pound fresh spinach

5  cherry tomatoes – (5 to 10)

4 red onion slices

2  tablespoons rice wine vinegar

1/4 teaspoon salt

1 tablespoon soy sauce

1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper – or half this for less spicyness

6  tablespoons peanut oil

How to Prepare:

In a jar, shake together vinegar, salt, soy sauce & cayenne pepper until salt disolves. Add oil & shake again to combine ingredients. Pour over salad when ready to serve and toss well.

NOTE. Most Ingredients in these recipes can be bought in good health food shops and grocery store. If you have trouble finding something, feel free to exchange, but keep track of the carbs.

Spicy Steak Salad

Spicy Steak Salad

Spicy Steak Salad             

CarbsPerServing:34g total

Effort:Easy

Ingredients:   

1 pound round steak

2 tablespoons lime juice

4 tablespoons oil

1 clove garlic – crushed

1  teaspoon crushed red pepper – flakes

½ teaspoon salt

½ teaspoon pepper

6cups romaine lettuce – shredded

4 tablespoons bottled Italian dressing

1 small tomato – diced

½ onion – cut into thin rings

1 medium cucumber – sliced thin, don’t peel

8 black olives

2 medium radishes – sliced thin

How to Prepare:

Mix lime juice, oil, garlic and seasonings. Place in a large zipper bag w/meat. Let marinate overnight, turning occasionally. When ready to serve, heat Foreman grill and cook for 6 minutes. (You may need to cut steak in ½ or smaller). If using a skillet, preheat skillet -you want it to sizzle when you put the steak in☺ Cook over high heat for 4 minutes per side.Toss lettuce with dressing and place in 4 plates. Top with the vegetables.Slice steak thinly and place on top of salad.

NOTES : Counts for italian dressing not included

NOTE. Most Ingredients in these recipes can be bought in good health food shops and grocery store. If you have trouble finding something, feel free to exchange, but keep track of the carbs.

Simple Colorful Salad

Simple Colorful Salad

Simple Colorful Salad      

CarbsPerServing:40g total

Effort:Easy

Ingredients:   

12 cherry tomatoes – cut in half

1large cucumber – wash and slice about ¼” slices

1small red onion – cut into thin slices and separate into rings

6 green olives – w/pimento cut into ½s (optional)1 lemon – cut

in ½ and slice very thin –make sure peel is clean

2 tablespoons fresh parsley – chopped (2 to 3)

1/3 cup bottled Italian or Caesar dressing

salt and pepper to taste

How to Prepare:

Toss everything together and let marinate in the refrigerator for an hour before serving. By itself or this is also excellent spooned over some lettuce, cabbage or fresh spinach.

NOTES : Counts for dressing not incuded in totals

NOTE. Most Ingredients in these recipes can be bought in good health food shops and grocery store. If you have trouble finding something, feel free to exchange, but keep track of the carbs.