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Ben and I would like to thank everyone for contributing a lovely creation to our first event “Fat Chefs or Skinny Gourmets?”.

The participations were beyond our expectations and we have received wonderful, delicious and most of all healthy recipes, enough to keep us going for the rest of the summer. I am glad that you have not sent only savory recipes but some entries are also desserts as these are also necessary in our nutrition as well.

The entries have been posted chronologically, in the order I received them. Hope I have not forgotten any entry and if I have please let me know, so that I may correct this first thing in the morning.

Voting is now open and you can start voting and tell your friends to vote for you as well.

Ben and I shall be sending the winner some Tupperware.

Val, of More than Burn Toast, has submitted Greek Salad with Oregano Marinated Chicken

Deeba, of Passionate about Baking has sent us
Coffee and roasted almond Biscotti

Nuria, of Spanish Recipes has sent us
Leeks and potatoes puree with steamed cider Mussels

Tracey, of But Weight… I can eat that, has submitted TORTILLA SOUP, THE WEIGHT WATCHERS STYLE

Lisa, of Lisa’s Vegetarian Kitchen, has submitted Cocoa Fruit Treats

Susan, from Food Blogga, has submitted Pretty in Pink Pancakes with Fresh Berry Sauce

Ricki from Diet, dessert and dogs, has submitted Prufrock Special

Jill, from Simple Daily Recipes, has submitted Chickpeas and Vegetables

Mansi Desai, of Fun and Food, submitted a Low Fat Strawberry Vanilla Cake

Jenn, of the Leftover Queen, has submitted Shrimp Curry Couscous

Chef Bobby, of Chef Blog, has submitted Chinese Beans Recipe

Vani, from Illatharasi, has submitted Pepper Chicken (Kozhambhu) Curry

Cassandra, from 202 tasks in 1001 days, has submitted her version of Ratatouille

Smita, of Smita Serves You Right, has submitted

Chipotle Bean Dip

Aditi, of My Kitchen Stories, has submitted Chicken Curry, Maharshtrian Style

Michelle, of Greedy Gourmet, has submitted
Roasted Pumpkin, Red Peppers & Onions with a Sweet Balsamic and Mustard Dressing on a bed of Couscous

Elly, of Elly says Opa!! has submitted Lebanese-inspired Chicken Burgers

Ning, from Heart and Hearth, has submitted Cream of Broccoli Soup

Tinker, of Tinker Culture, has submitted Tempeh with Bell Peppers and Cucumber

Arfi, from HomeMades, has submitted a salad with Mixed Leaves with Caramelized Pears

Jescel, of Spice of Life, has submitted Chili-Glazed Tofu Over Asparagus Rice

Lore, of Culinarty, has submitted Yellow Pod Bean Soup

Aparna, of My Diverse Kitchen, has submitted Spicy Whole Masoor (Puy Lentils) Dal

Cakelaw, of Laws of the Kitchen, has submitted Stir Fried Pork and Noodles

Hetal, of Isha’s Kitchen, has submitted Momos

Non blog entries:

Heart and Soul, has submitted

Strawberries and creamy dessert 0% fat

For 4 cups:

-1 tub (200-50gr) strained Greek yoghurt 0% fat

-1 tub (200-50gr) Quark cheese 0% fat

-1 tsp lemon juice

-unrefined sugar or honey or fructose or agave syrup to taste (I used 2 tbsp jaggery goor)

-1 tsp vanilla

-no sugar strawberry jam (made with grape juice) or berry compote (mixed berries or just strawberries, simmered with a bit of unrefined sugar and cornflour until thick)

-amaretti biscuits

Whisk yoghurt, cheese and lemon juice till they’re fluffy, add vanilla and sweetener of choice and whisk a bit more. In glasses of your choice (see through works best) alternate layers of creamy mixture and fruit, top with a crumbled amaretti and refrigerate. You can also put in the freezer, after an hour or so you have a thick super creamy texture dessert that tastes nothing like 0 fat! (I guess you can leave it longer for an icecream like dessert but I haven’t tried it yet, you can!)

Finally, here is Ben’s entry as well as mine.

Ben, of What’s Cooking, has submitted Collard Greens Wraps

Ivy (that’s me) of Kopiaste… to Greek Hospitality, has submitted Indian Style Chicken

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26 Comments on Fat Chefs or Skinny Gourmets? – Round Up

  1. Ricki says:

    Fabulous roundup! I love the great selection of dishes–and everything looks so colorful and HEALTHY!! Thanks for hosting this event–it was lots of fun to participate. :)

  2. Mansi Desai says:

    thanks for a great roudup ivy! all recipes look fab!:) but looks like your voting widget is broken:(

  3. Illatharasi says:

    Great roundup with exotic dishes!!!!

    Best wishes to all the participants!!!!

  4. Aparna says:

    Quite a round up, Ivy. They’re all worthy of winning so good luck, everyone.

  5. Lore says:

    Yummy! I remember those momos :). Great job with organising this round-up.
    Looks like there’s no voting widget.

  6. Ivy says:

    Hi everybody. There is a voting poll on the right side bar.

  7. Cakelaw says:

    Great roundup Ivy – I’m loving all of these great healthy recipes.

  8. Emiline says:

    WOW! Great Roundup Ivy!

  9. Ben says:

    Now the hard part is to decide who to vote for. Great job my friend! :)

  10. Ivy says:

    I agree that it is very difficult to choose.

  11. Elly says:

    Excellent round-up, Ivy! Everything looks so great.

  12. Susan from Food Blogga says:

    Every one of the entries is looks wonderfully healthy and delicious. Well done!

  13. Bobby says:


    Great round up, tons of good dishes. That Indian style chicken looks amazing.

  14. Lulu Barbarian says:

    What a deliciously inspirational list! Great idea Ben and Ivy, and great round-up!

  15. Lisa says:

    Thanks for putting this together. Lots of delicious recipes here! A tough choice indeed.

  16. Hetal says:

    Thats a lovely round up Ivy..congrats

  17. Bellini Valli says:

    Excellent roundup of delicious “skinny” dishes sis and Ben. Thanks for giving us such great ideas!!

  18. Núria says:

    Gourgeous Round up!!!! Ivy and Ben you’ve made a wonderful job here :D… I love all recipes!!! And the pictures are THEBEST!!!! Congratulations… I hope there will be a next one 😉

    I finally made it… I’m sorry Ivy… I’m being late everywhere… This beggining of summer is a little crazy for me. I will try to catch up on posts, but again I’m leaving my home and going somewhere where internet is as slow as a turtle!

  19. Ivy says:

    Nuria darling, it’s summer, enjoy yourself and we’ll have a lot of cold months to blog. I might go away a few days next week.

  20. Jill says:

    I can’t decide who to vote for! EVERY DISH looks sooo good…

    I’m imagining myself walking down a buffet line trying to decide which dish I would pick up to eat.

  21. Ivy says:

    Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we had a buffet with all these recipes for us to choose. Sorry you missed the voting Jill.

  22. ServesYouRight says:

    Lovely round-up!!! Many many thanks for hosting :-)


  23. Barbara says:

    I wish I had more time and energy to participate in all the blog events. I’m sorry I missed this one. I’m enjoying catching up on your posts. Ivy. I might ask you for some help on making halva at some point. I’d like to create the one a former Greek boyfriend used to make for me.

  24. Ivy says:

    Servesyouright: Thank you very much for passing by.

  25. Ivy says:

    Barbara, I know what you mean. It is difficult to catch up with all the events. Would be a pleasure to help, whenever you like.

  26. african vanielje says:

    Oh my! I feel as if I’ve been to a gorgeous summer banquet. YUM!

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