Chef Tim Says....
People ask me all the time what I eat day to day. "Do you cook every night?" is a frequent question. I do eat out but mostly I cook, partly because I love being in the kitchen but also to create recipes and do research for DrGourmet.com. As a result, it’s not very common for me to cook the same dish twice in the Harlan household. As with most of us, however, there are evenings when I just don’t have the time to cook and need to make something quick and easy.
Even though it’s rare to have the same recipe twice at my house, there are a few recipes that I particularly love that are quick and easy when I am tired or pinched for time. Quick and Easy Does It
This is the quick and easy pantry meal that everyone in your family will love. Choose your favorite barbecue sauce. I look for a sauce that has no more than about 50 calories for two tablespoons. The lower the sodium the better: most come in around 200 mg for two tablespoons, and low sodium versions are 50 mg. If you do use the regular versions, it's best to cut the added salt to 1/4 teaspoon.
This recipe is safe for Coumadin (warfarin) users and is low in sodium. It is both lactose-free and gluten-free. Those with GERD / Acid Reflux should avoid it (unless they know of a barbecue sauce that does not cause GERD symptoms).
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