Main Dishes

Edamame Fried Rice

This is a wonderful vegetarian entree but you should also feel free to add shrimp, chicken or beef if you want! I would saute one pound of your desired meat first, remove from the pan and set aside and then proceed with the recipe as listed below. Add the meat back in just before serving and enjoy!

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2 egg whites, scrambled
1 whole egg, scrambled
2 T. olive oil, divided
1/2 onion, chopped
1/2 c. shredded carrots
2 cloves garlic, diced
3 c. leftover cooked brown rice (1 1/2 c. uncooked)
1/4 c. low sodium soy sauce
1 c. ready to eat shelled edamame (I used frozen)
Salt and pepper to taste
Whisk eggs and egg whites, season with salt and pepper. In a hot wok, heat 1 T. olive oil and cook the eggs. When cooked, remove from pan and set aside. Let the wok get really hot. Add remaining 1 T....
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Nutritions

Calories
492

Sodium
1509mg
62% DV

Fat
13g
20% DV

Protein
15g
30% DV

Carbs
82g
27% DV

Fiber
10g
41% DV

Skip store-bought cans, because you can't beat the sweet, savory and smoky taste of homemade baked beans with bacon and molasses. The old-fashioned beans cook slowly in the oven for hours, developing a rich, thick sauce. Baked beans from scratch are the perfect side dish for your next cookout or potluck, and a simple lunch or dinner entrée when paired with cornbread or Boston brown bread!

1 lb. dried navy or Great Northern beans
1/2 lb. bacon
1 medium onion
1/2 c ketchup
3/4 c molasses
2 T apple cider vinegar
2 t dry mustard
2 c chicken broth
kosher salt and black pepper
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  • Place beans in a large bowl or pot. Cover with water by 2 inches. Cover and let stand overnight. Drain and rinse the beans.
  • Place the beans in a large pot and cover with fresh water (about 1...
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Nutritions

Calories
461

Sodium
983mg
40% DV

Fat
12g
19% DV

Protein
13g
26% DV

Carbs
73g
24% DV

Fiber
8g
34% DV