Wednesday, December 01, 2010

South Beach Diet Phase One Recipes Round-Up for November 2010 (Low-Glycemic Recipes)

Kalyn's favorite Phase One Recipe for November 2001 was

I've been a little distracted for the last month.  That, combined with the fact that bloggers don't seem to cook as many Phase One dishes during November means that this round-up is a bit smaller than usual.  But there are still some recipes here that I know would really hit the spot if you were doing Phase One, so take a look and see what sounds good.  This round-up will get added to the archive list of monthly Phase One Recipes Round-Ups, a section of the recipe archives (over there on the left!) that I know people use over and over.  (You also can use the label Low-Glycemic Recipe Round-Ups to see all the posts like this one.)


Every month I find recipes that only need small changes to make them South Beach Diet friendly, so it's noted after the link if the recipe needs any changes to be Phase One. Of course, there are always good Phase One recipes that I don't find, so if you're a food blogger who's posted something you think would be good for Phase One, see after the recipe links for how to submit it.


Phase One Appetizers and Condiments
Cucumber Raita Sauce from Eat Little, Eat Big
Spicy Roasted Red Pepper Hummus from The Texas Peach (eat with celery or other veggie dippers for Phase One)
Easy Basic Tomato Sauce from Eat Little, Eat Big
Tartar-Like Sauce from Budget Bytes
Sesame Tuna Skewers with Wasabi Mayonnaise from A Conscious Feast (skip the pickled ginger which contains sugar)
Eacargot Style Roasted Mushrooms from Pro Bono Baker (use olive oil instead of butter)
Garlic and Rosemary Mushrooms from Cook Almost Anything


Phase One Salads and Salad Dressings
Lebanese Lentil Salad with Garlic, Cumin, Mint, and Parsley from Kalyn's Kitchen


Phase One Soups, Stews, and Chilis
Venison Chili from Sugarcrafter
Cuban Black Bean Soup from Soup Chick


Phase One Vegetables and Side Dishes
Vegan Creamed Kale from Cheap Healthy Good
Roasted Broccoli Pomodoro from Eat Little, Eat Big
Brussels Sprouts Chiffonade with Lemon and Thyme from She's In the Kitchen
Easy Roasted Cheddar-y Cauliflower from Sarah's Cucina Bella
Spinach with Toasted Pine Nuts from AskGeorgie.com
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Balsamic Vinegar from Two Peas and Their Pod
Soy Sauce Glazed Brussels Sprouts from Jeannette's Healthy Living (second recipe in this post with brussels sprouts and squash is not phase one)
Spiced Cauliflower with Sesame Seeds from 101 Cookbooks
Roasted Zucchini with Thyme from $5 Dinners
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Balsamic Vinegar from San Diego Foodstuff
Golden Shredded Brussels Sprouts from Cheap Healthy Good
Braised White Beans from Leite's Culinaria
Rainbow Chard from Stuff I Make My Husband


Phase One Meat, Chicken, or Fish Entrees
Braised Chicken with Snake Beans from Souvlaki for the Soul
Spice-Crusted Salmon with Ginger Cilantro Yogurt Sauce from Eat Little, Eat Big
Oven-Braised Beef with Tomato Sauce and Garlic from Champaign Taste (don't serve with pasta or rice for Phase One)
Cod with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce from AskGeorgie.com
Herb Mustard Pork Loin from Budget Bytes
Cream Dory with Onions and Bell Peppers from The Peach Kitchen
Keralan Green Chicken Curry from The Culinary Chase


Phase One Vegetarian or Meat-Free Entrees
Vegan Creamed Kale from Cheap Healthy Good
Roasted Broccoli Pomodoro from Eat Little, Eat Big
Steamed Asparagus with Poached Eggs from SkinnyTaste
Braised White Beans from Leite's Culinaria


Phase One Breakfasts
Mini Quiche from Eat Little, Eat Big
Swiss and Roasted Asparagus Omelet from Sarah's Cucina Bella
Steamed Asparagus with Poached Eggs from SkinnyTaste
Brekkie Spaghetti (Squash!) from Cara's Cravings


Did I Miss Your Phase One Recipe?
Phase one menus for the South Beach Diet focus on lean meats, seafood, eggs, dried beans, soy products, low-fat dairy products, nuts and seeds, and most vegetables. Phase one doesn't permit fruit, alcohol, bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, sugar, or any foods high in saturated fat. Obviously I miss lots of phase one recipes, so if you're a food blogger who posted a recipe this month that you think would be approved for phase one, please feel free to e-mail me the link at kalynskitchen (at) comcast (dot) net. I'll take a look, and if the recipe is phase-one friendly, I'll add it to next months roundup. (Please don't leave recipe links in the comments. They will not be published.
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9 comments:

  1. I always enjoy your roundups Kalyn. With cooler weather and heavier, heartier foods on the minds, this collection of recipes is especially helpful.

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  2. This is another great round-up, Kalyn. I absolutely love the bigger photos!

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  3. I look forward to the Phase One round-ups, too. Thanks so much for including a Soup Chick recipe.

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  4. I too love these round-ups! When I'm looking for healthy recipes, its the place to go. And I love discovering other fun food blogs!

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  5. I'm glad people are enjoying the round-ups. Looking for these recipes each month keeps me focused and helps me come up with ideas to adapt, and I also love spotlighting other blogs.

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  6. Great roundup. Thank you for including one of our recipes. And I love the bigger photos. They show off your tasty food much better:)

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  7. Great roundup Kalyn. I reference them often when I am looking for weeknight meals. I'm flattered to be included.

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  8. glad I could contribute in the breakfast category! Thanks for another great roundup! I know it is helpful and appreciated by many people.

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