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Skinny Taste by Gina Homolka

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  • Spinach and quinoa salad with grapefruit and avocado

    • carlenedrake on July 04, 2013

      I haven't been able to find Champagne vinegar lately so I just use a good quality white wine vinegar in the dressing instead.

  • Dad's creamy cauliflower soup

    • Waderu on November 20, 2013

      Liked this soup. It was creamy but light, easy to make. I'll use some herbs next time to get a bit more flavor.

  • Thai coconut curry shrimp

    • Waderu on February 27, 2014

      This was super easy and quick. Delicious. Will definitely make it again.

  • Chicken and white bean stuffed peppers

    • sarahcooks on September 25, 2013

      I add more seasoning than is called for, but otherwise I really love this recipe, it's so delicious and satisfying.

  • Linguini and shrimp fra diavolo

    • ChefLitman on April 14, 2013

      A perfect dish for a romantic dinner with spice! And super easy to put together. A few substitutions - cooked shrimp instead of uncooked, so we just put them in at the last minute to heat them up and impart some of the flavor. We used chopped parsley at the end, but put in a few tsp of dried basil to cook with. Definitely isn't a sauce that takes long, so next time I would start boiling the water a few minutes before starting the sauce. Also would add the capers early on so they could cook off some of their sourness by the end. Also just as a personal note for me, I needed to cook the celery longer so it wasn't as crunchy & imparted more of that flavor into the dish. We put it over gnocchi instead of linguini, which worked very well, although for plating we combined pasta & the sauce before the plate and next time I'd plate the pasta first. A great dish!

  • Roasted broccoli rabe with garlic

    • Waderu on January 27, 2013

      The blanching takes out the bitterness. I mixed spicy sun-dried tomato tapenade with the olive oil. It was delicious, I will definitely make this again.

  • Lightened up green bean casserole with shallot crumb topping

    • Cheri on November 23, 2012

      This is very tasty. Made as directed, except I microwaved the green beans briefly (saved a pot), which worked great. This is a keeper, I will repeat.

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Gina Homolka is the author, recipe developer, and photographer of Skinnytaste, which features low fat, family-friendly, healthy recipes. She started Skinnytaste back in 2008 in an attempt to help her stay healthy, experiment with creating skinny recipes, and marry her two passions of food and photography.

On Skinnytaste, you'll find healthy dishes that don't sacrifice any of the flavor that can be found in their full-fat origins. Gina knows all the food she prepares for Skinnytaste is tasty and satisfying, because after all, this is the same food she cooks on a daily basis for her friends and family, and they are some of her toughest critics!

Skinnytaste recipes have been featured on sites such as Glamour.com, Gourmet Live, The Kitchn, Finecooking.com, Fitness Magazine, More Magazine, Country Living, and was the winner of the SHAPE Magazine Best Healthy Eating Blogs 2011, The Homies: Best Home Cooking Blog for 2011. Gina was born and raised in the suburbs of Long Island, NY.

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