Sample recipes from The Low-Carb Cookbook

Roasted Almonds with Southwest Spices

Just a little hot, these are great with drinks. They’ll keep a couple of weeks in a tightly sealed container.

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Chicken Satay

This works as an appetizer or a main course—it’s so good and so easy that you might want to make it dinner. The chicken is threaded on 6...

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Escarole Soup with Meatballs

This old Italian favorite is a meal in itself. You can make the meatballs ahead and freeze them, so you can put the soup together quickl...

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Salmon and Green Bean Salad with Dill

This combination of tastes is simply winning—perfect low-carb fare that everyone else will love too.

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Garlicky Baked Chicken

Throw this simple chicken dish together the night before you plan to serve it, then just bring it to room temperature and tuck it in the...

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Five-Minute Clam Stew

This homey recipe is the invention of the late gastronome Roy Andries de Groot, who claimed to serve it several times a month. And why not? Its fast, its made from staples, and its delicious. The canned baby clams from Thailand are particularly good.

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Lime Scallops

Simplicity itself—and you can either grill or broil these zesty skewered scallops. Be sure to let them marinate for at least a couple of...

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Lamb Shanks

This is one of those comfort foods that need to be served on a bed of cauliflower puree.

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Spinach Cheese Pie

The next time everyone is over at your home for a casual get-together or watch party, show off your cooking skills in a big way with this recipe for Spinach Cheese Pie! This recipe is much easier to make than you might think it is, too, so you could bake this appetizer for an impromptu party. Featuring generous portions of spinach, feta cheese, and ricotta, this appetizer recipe will quickly become part of your repertoire. You could also serve this pie as part of a hearty brunch or lunch. Guests will love the complex flavor profile in this dish!

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