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Baked Romano Peppers/Capsicums
  • Time: 30 minutes

Baked Romano Peppers/Capsicums

Here is a simple yet satisfying vegetarian main meal dish that can be assembled and baked in minutes. Use half-fat or light mozzarella cheese to keep the fat content down. It is also delicious with crusty French style bread and a watercress salad, if you can tolerate them.
  • Time: 10 minutes

Balmoral bean salad

This salad is said to be one of the Royals' most favorite picnic dishes and would go extremely well with the Coronation Chicken instead of the usual vegetable and rice offering. The feta isn’t essential but does give a lively kick and extra protein to the salad.
Balsamic strawberries with mascarpone topping
  • Time: 30 minutes

Balsamic strawberries with mascarpone topping

This is just a modern twist on the classic strawberries and cream. Adding a little balsamic vinegar to the equation and mascarpone rather than cream lifts this simple dish into the luxury class.
BBQ Summer Fruit Compote
  • Time: 15 to 20 minutes

BBQ Summer Fruit Compote

Most typical French fruit compotes are made in the oven or on the cooker top but barbecuing fruit intensifies the flavour….try it as a new method of getting a great tasting dessert. Serve with thick low-fat yogurt and a dusting of chopped nuts…pistachios go well.
BBQ wild Alaska salmon with roasted vegetable salad
  • Time: 1 hour

BBQ wild Alaska salmon with roasted vegetable salad

Summer is all about barbecues and al fresco dining. Bariatrics needn’t miss out with this high-protein treat of salmon served with a healthy roasted vegetable, lentil and wild rice salad.
  • Time: 20 minutes

Bean salad with pumpkin seeds and feta

This wholesome salad dish of broad/fava or lima beans is a feast of early summer flavors and requires virtually no cooking. The recipe will work just as well with frozen beans too.
Beef Pastitsada
  • Time: 4 hours

Beef Pastitsada

This slow-cook recipe of beef, flavored with allspice and red wine, comes from the Greek island of Corfu. It is ideal if you’re having a crowd over for supper – just pop it in the oven and forget about it until you’re ready to eat. WLS patients may find this is one of the first ways they can eat beef again (other than mince/ground beef) since it is gentle on the new stomach pouch. Serve with rice or mashed potato if you can tolerate a little, plus some seasonal green vegetables.
Blueberry compote with a custard topping
  • Time: 10 minutes

Blueberry compote with a custard topping

This fruity layered pudding using low-fat and low-sugar custard is very simple to prepare and can be made well ahead and stored in the refrigerator. Use ready-made custard for speed or make your own custard using skimmed milk, eggs and sweetener.
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