|Raw Energy Recipes|
|by Susannah Kenton|
"Raw energy" showed how a diet of 75% fresh, uncooked foods encouraged weight loss and a feeling of greater fitness and vitality.
Results 81 - 90 of 462 for fresh tomatoes
Place tomatoes in a bowl. ... described above, we have taken this pasta dish in a covered casserole to picnic grounds and to the beach and it was delicious.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Sprinkle tomatoes with salt and ... mayonnaise and cheese together and spread over top of pie. Bake at 300 degrees until bubbly.
Place one half of coarsely chopped tomato and one half ... Add remaining chopped tomatoes and peeled, seeded, ... cooked spaghetti. Serves two, 56 calories.
Combine tomatoes, green peppers, ... vinegar, salt and hot sauce; mix well. Add mushrooms; toss thoroughly. Serve at room temperature over hot spaghetti.
Heat oil in ... may be added now and cook for 30 minutes. This sauce freezes well. Note: More tomato paste may be added, if desired, for extra thickening.
Combine all ingredients ... pasta as directed on package; drain. Immediately toss with tomato mixture. Serve immediately. Sprinkle with cheese. Serves 6.
On the bottom ... and vinegar, slice tomatoes thinly. Make one ... hours for the oil and vinegar to soak in tomatoes. Then refrigerate until ready to serve.
MARINATE: tomatoes, brie, basil, ... 1 tablespoon oil, salt, linguine and cook according to directions. Toss with marinade and Parmesan on top. Serves 8.
In large skillet ... often. Stir in tomatoes, wine, basil, ... time: About 10 minutes. Cooking time: About 20 to 25 minutes. Calories: About 55 per serving.
Combine oil and ... translucent. Add garlic, tomatoes, wine, thyme, ... months. To use, defrost in the refrigerator, microwave or under cool running water.
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