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The Healthy Family Meals Newsletter, Issue #25 -- Pita Power
March 31, 2006


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Kindy's Musings....

The more time I spend on internet research the more I realize how many thousands of recipes are available. But don't be fooled by some of the HUGE, free recipe sites online.

A large percentage of those recipes won't be healthy, many won't be quick-to-prepare, and you'll have to WADE THROUGH alot of duds to find recipes that you would want to serve to your family.

I recently found a cookbook that is great for busy parents who want to save some time each day and still eat a healthy meal!

This e-cookbook contains 101 recipes for quick and easy dinners - most can be prepared in less than 30 minutes!

Each recipe comes with several useful features:

-Time-saving tips

-Nutritional information per serving

-Estimated prep and cooking times

-Suggested healthy side dishes

-No fancy ingredients or equipment required

The Healthy Express Cookbook: 101 Fresh, Light & Quick Dinners meets 3 VERY IMPORTANT CRITERIA...

-Quick and easy to prepare

-Healthy and nutritious

-Delicious

Here are just a few of the recipes you could make tonight for dinner...

Southwestern Chicken & Black Bean Salad in 21 minutes!

Pesto-Foccaccia Sandwiches in 5 minutes!

Salmon, Red Potato and Corn Chowder in 28 minutes!

Vegetable Quesadillas in 23 minutes!

Feta-Stuffed Greek Burgers in 20 minutes!

Halibut Steaks with Orange-Herb Marinade in 15 minutes!

Citrus Flank Steak with Fruit Salsa in 22 minutes!

Mozzarella Chicken with Spaghetti in 15 minutes!

You can buy the Healthy Express Cookbook for just $12.95. It comes in a convenient PDF format. Upon completion of purchase, you will be able to immediately download your copy of the e-cookbook!

So take your family dietitian's recommendation to try a new set of spring recipes and impress your family!

Dinners in a Dash! '101 Fresh, Light and Quick Dinner Ideas' Can Help You Solve Your Dinner Dilemmas!


Try the easy recipe below:

RECIPE OF THE WEEK

PITA POWER POCKETS

Prep time: 10 minutes

Yield: 6 servings

3 whole pita bread or 6 mini pitas

1 tomatoe, diced

1 cucumber, diced

1/3 cup plain, lowfat yogurt

3/4 cup diced Monterey Jack cheese

1. Cut the pita breads in half. Separate the sides with your fingers to make a pocket.

2. Place the diced tomato and cucumber in a mixing bowl, add yogurt and stir to combine.

3. Place the tomato and cucumber mix in the pita pocket and top with cheese.

Source:National Dairy Council



Additional Suggestions:

-Any type of cheese can be used for the pitas

-Add chicken or turkey

-Can be warmed in the microwave

-Any combination of vegetables or dressings can be used and topped with your favorite cheese



What will your family do for healthier MEALTIMES?

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Thanks for reading and have a great week!

Kindy --Your Family Dietitian


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