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Lavash Chips
Talking to my friend Michael one evening, I was reminded how much I missed salty-crunchy after I was first diagnosed as a diabetic. I was lucky to have the nutritionist from my local supermarket introduce me to Joseph's Lavash. Suddenly the clump of tuna and shreds of lettuce on my plate became something I actually wanted to eat. Taking it a step further, I developed this "chip" recipe to have with my soups and as a reduced-carbohydrate snack. Regular pita chips have been around for years, but most pita has too many carbohydrates, at least for me. Give these a shot. I think you will love them as much as we do. Just a warning: Like any chip, these chips are high in sodium and fat. My young type-1 friends are crazy for these. They help make them and me feel like everybody else!
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Use lavash, a thin Persian flatbread to make this quick and appealing pizza, which also boasts almonds, Gorgonzola cheese, and lots of greens. Recipe courtesy of California Almonds
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Don't know what to do with your leftovers after Thanksgiving? Put them into this easy dish!  Click here for 15 Asian-Inspired Thanksgiving Recipes
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TLT Wrap
The bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich is an American classic, but the average BLT is high in calories, saturated fat (the "bad" stuff for your heart), and sodium. We remade this favorite into a healthier option, without sacrificing the flavor. Turkey bacon is a lean protein and it's so satisfying that you’ll never go back to regular bacon again! This wrap is high in vitamins A and C, two antioxidants that help keep our immune systems strong. See all turkey recipes. Click here to see 13 Easy Recipes for Back-to-School Meal Planning.
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Turkey Aram Sandwiches
As a kid, I grew up eating these pinwheel sandwiches from the local market's deli. Somehow, the fact that the sandwich was rolled and cut into a circle made them much more exciting to my young palate. These sandwiches are easy to make (you can sub in any ingredients you like for the ones I used here) and great for serving to groups — kids and adults alike!Click here to see 9 Quick and Easy Wrap Recipes.
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Vegetable Quesadilla
It’s shocking how much blood-pressure-raising sodium and belly-bulging calories are in many restaurant quesadillas. Chili's Bacon Ranch Chicken Quesadilla, for example, tallies up a whopping 1,650 calories and 3,450 milligrams of sodium (that’s double the sodium that most of us should have in an entire day, say the 2010 U.S. Dietary Guidelines). Our Pritikin Vegetable Quesadilla has just 100 calories and 95 milligrams of sodium. With Pritikin cuisine, there’s a very good chance you’ll never need blood pressure medication, or extra-large clothes.
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Peanut Butter and Jelly 'Sushi'
My kids love to say they eat sushi, even if it is made with peanut butter. We incorporate peanut butter into my youngest daughter’s diet almost daily, per our doctor’s recommendation. She is severely allergic to tree nuts and has a slight allergy to peanuts. Because the peanut allergen levels are so low, her doctor suggested she eat peanuts daily so she doesn’t become more allergic to them. (Do not follow this advice without your doctor's recommendation.) Although we were nervous about this routine at first, the doctor was right: She’s never had a reaction to peanuts. Let’s just say it’s a good thing she likes peanut butter! Still, we have to get tricky to keep things fresh and new. Be sure to include a reusable fork. Click here to see 13 Easy Recipes for Back-to-School Meal Planning.
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Yield 812 pieces1 pkg. yeast1 1/2 cup warm water2 teaspoons sugar4 1/2 cup all purpose flour1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds1 1/2 teaspoon saltCoat a large bowl with oil. Set aside.In a measuring cup, combine yeast, water and sugar. Mix ...
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Sandi (From CA)
Lavash can be cooled completely and kept in an airtight container at room temperature 3 days. Special equipment: a stand mixer with dough hook attachment; 2 (17- by 12-inch) shallow baking pans. Adapted from a recipe on epicurious.
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Yield 812 pieces1 pkg. yeast1 1/2 cup warm water2 teaspoons sugar4 1/2 cup all purpose flour1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds1 1/2 teaspoon saltCoat a large bowl with oil. Set aside.In a measuring cup, combine yeast, water and sugar. Mix ...
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Galley Wench
The following is the baking instructions to make lavash using the dough made with Recipe #309834 or Recipe #387518. Now you can make your own lavash, whenever you need it! The only special equipment needed is a baking stone. Recipe #309834 recipe will make four pounds of dough-the recipe below will use approximately 1/2 pound of the dough. There are a variety of topping that can be put on the Lavash, including caraway seeds, paprika, pretzel salt, fennel. Go ahead and experiment!
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Dancer^
Try Lavash from Food.com. - 56681
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