This thick and hearty vegetarian Lentil Bolognese is not only delicious, but incredibly satisfying. While it doesn’t taste the same as a traditional meat-based bolognese, the unique flavor is wonderful in itself. And with all the fiber and protein this dish delivers, it packs quite a nutritional punch. The sauce is definitely not lightweight…it’s rich and abundant, and does a great job of satisfying your hunger. It’s well worth the 10 Smart Points per serving, as you’ll be full for quite a while. Serve with a light salad or your favorite roasted veggies for a complete meal.
Curry is one of those dishes that is simple and delicious. This curry is even more simple and tasty – and it’s vegan, gluten free and dairy free. Chickpeas are a great food. You can make flour with them (garbanzo bean flour), add them to soups and stews and salads. They’re full of fiber and are a great source of protein. I typically use canned chickpeas, since they’re easy to have on hand and they’re ready to go. I just rinse and drain them and toss them into whatever I’m making. Curry is one that can be a little tough if you’re not careful. Some people like their curries hot enough to light their hair on fire, others prefer a little more mild. If you’re someone (like me) that doesn’t like really hot curry, you can start with half of the curry paste, and then season it to taste. If you accidently add too much, add a little plain Greek yogurt to your curry. The yogurt will help to tame your curry without altering the flavor. This curry is great for an easy and delicious weeknight meal.
Chicken satay with peanut dipping sauce is a really delicious meal. But since it has to marinate, it’s something that I’m not usually going to make. This chicken satay salad is so easy and quick, it’s something that is a delight to make. I typically use smooth peanut butter, but this last time I used powdered peanut butter. I just mixed it up with water and added it like normal. It’s a great way to cut calories while still enjoying peanut butter. If you’re not a fan of bean sprouts, you can use a cup of shredded cabbage instead (with no significant nutritional change), or get creative and add cucumbers and bell peppers.
Here’s one of my favorite Weight Watchers Vegetarian Recipes for those days when I want a really filling and satisfying dish that is equally delicious. These Lentil Fritters are crisped on the outside, and soft and warm on the inside. They are served on a bed of fresh, sweet and tangy cabbage slaw and topped with a cool creamy, cucumber yogurt sauce. Packed with an incredible amount of fiber and protein, these lentil fritters come out to just 5 Points plus per serving! They are a bit time consuming to make, but you can cut some of the prep work out and used canned lentils, if you prefer. But it is well worth the effort – they are fantastic!
If anyone is looking for something new to do with all that pumpkin out there (not that pumpkin is ever boring), this is a great recipe for pumpkin with a kick! At 8 Points +, it is a nutrition powerhouse and is delicious, especially if you are a fan of Indian food.
We received this recipe from the healthy Indian cooking blog, Lite Bite, a great source if you want to find healthy recipes beyond the average American fare.
I’m just going to get right to the point here — this Cauliflower and Cashew Curry Recipe was amazing. AMAZING. The flavors blended together perfectly, and the heat was just right. Of course, you can always crank it up by adding more curry and/or sriracha sauce. I like my Indian food recipes spicy, so I added a bit more, but the recipe I posted is average heat. The creamy, nutty tasting curry coconut sauce makes a decadent dressing for the cauliflower, along with the toasted cashew pieces. This unique Weight Watchers cauliflower recipe is just 4 Points +, and makes a lovely and satisfying side dish recipe to accompany a variety of main dishes. This Cauliflower and Cashew Curry Recipe has become one of my new favorite vegetable side dishes! Enjoy.
I have always adored cauliflower, and have used it in a lot of great recipes. But some people fine cauliflower a little bland. This Indian Spiced Roasted Cauliflower Recipe definitely kicks up the spice and flavor without adding much additional Weight Watchers Points. To get the Points + for this recipe, I tallied up all the nutritional stats of the ingredients. Some people might argue with that and only count the yogurt, since vegetables are 0 Points +. Doing it that way would make it just 1 Points + per serving. Doing it my way makes it 2 Points +. The choice is yours, but definitely give this easy cauliflower recipe a try! It’s so good and makes a delicious and healthy side dish! I made this dish with a mint chutney (which appears in my photo), but didn’t include that in the recipe because I thought it was gross. And I don’t like to post anything that I think doesn’t taste good. So there you have it. Now get in the kitchen and make this tasty Indian Spiced Roasted Cauliflower Recipe, ASAP!
The week before Thanksgiving, I like to cook very non-traditional holiday foods or ethnic foods, so that I can “surprise” my taste buds on Thursday with the most delicious Thanksgiving foods. So today, I’ll share with you this incredibly easy crock pot version of Tikka Masala, which is a very popular and traditional Indian food. If you’ve ever thought about trying some homemade Indian food recipes but are a bit intimidated, then this easy dinner recipe is a great way to go. It’s a delicious and very healthy dish that clocks in at just 7 Points + per serving, including the rice. Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipes are huge lifesavers, especially when you have little time to prepare dinner because you are too busy making preparations for one very big dinner coming up on Thursday night. So, keep your week easy, but still healthy, and try this Crock Pot Chicken Tikka Masala Recipe. Enjoy!
If you are a fan of Indian food, but have been avoiding it because it’s not the most Weight Watchers friendly option, then this Indian Curry Rice Casserole Recipe is a must try! With just 5 Points + per 1 cup serving, you get a delicious, spicy and healthy casserole that tastes amazing! It’s loaded with fiber and protein and is also a great Weight Watchers vegetarian recipe option. All the veggies and spices work so well together, and the tomato sauce is so good, you can even make it separately, add some non fat yogurt to it, and serve it as a low calorie dip with some low Points Plus pita bread or my favorite low calorie tortilla chips. Though this is not an official one of Weight Watchers Casserole Recipes, it’s a fantastic idea for a healthy Indian food dinner that the whole family can enjoy.
A delicious and healthy recipe, these Indian Spiced Lentils make a great main course or as a low side dish recipe. They are loaded with fiber and protein, making this a very filling and satisfying dish. For a couple more Points Plus, you can add in some chicken breast, but primarily, it makes a great, well balanced Vegan Weight Watchers Recipe. The delicious Indian flavors are what makes this Indian Spiced Lentils recipe so yummy and palatable. And with each nice sized serving having just 5 Points +, it’s a great bargain for all the nutrition it packs in. This one definitely remains as one of my favorite Weight Watchers Indian Food Recipes.
This fabulous side dish recipe is so amazingly yummy, and yet incredibly healthy!! Each nicely sized serving of my Cauliflower & Butternut Squash Curry Recipe is just a 2 Point Total. It’s loaded with fantastic flavor and spice, is high in fiber, and still very low in calories, making it a perfectly healthy recipe for weight watchers. And I think it’s a great way to get some more veggies into your diet, while indulging in some super tasty curry sauce too! Though this isn’t an official one of Weight Watchers Side Dish Recipes, try serving it with some low calorie grilled chicken breast for an easy meal that will satisfy the whole family.
Low calorie Indian Food Recipes are not always the easiest to find. But this super delicious, low fat Chicken Tikka Masala recipe is not only low in weight watchers points, it’s actually quite good for you and is loaded with lots of healthy ingredients. Plus, it’s loaded with flavor and zing!! So if you are craving Indian food, but don’t want to even think about the amount of fat and calories in traditional Indian food recipes, then give this chicken masala recipe a try. It’s a great dish that will let you enjoy your favorite foods without going over on your Points. And though this is not an official one of Weight Watchers Indian Recipes, it’s a low calorie Indian food favorite that any dieter can enjoy!