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Seafood Pancakes

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Rich and delicious. We used swiss instead of Gruyere and let out the monk fish using extra scallops. Loved the sauce, thick, creamy and rich with a subtle garlic flavor throughout. The creamy sauce enveloped the seafood stuffed crepes and then we topped them with some leftover sauce and a sprinkled on some parsley for color. Delicious, decadent breakfast. Fairly easy to make too.

Trans-fat Free, Low Sodium
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Monkfish Chili

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Low Cholesterol, Cholesterol-Free, Trans-fat Free, High Fiber
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Seafood Crepes

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Trans-fat Free, Low Sodium

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Chinese Veggie Salad with Soy Dressing

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This veggie salad is a very common dish on Chinese dining table. It's easy, tasty, refreshing and light. You can find lotus root, enoki mushrooms, black fungus and tofu sheet in all Chinese or Asian grocery stores and supermarkets. I used home-sprouted mang bean sprouts. Blanching bean sprouts and tofu sheet is a great way to kill off the bacteria that can cause food poisoning; blanching carrots, lotus root and black fungus can get rid of some bitterness, and also cook them into the right consistency that's great for a salad. You can also use celeries, or whatever similar textured veggies you have on hand to make this versatile and yummy salad.