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Lighten up Caesar salad with this genius ingredient swap

Chef Missy Robbins joins TODAY Food to she recipes from her new cookbook, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner…Life: Recipes and Adventures from My Home Kitchen.

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Learn how to make a (semi-)healthy Caesar salad and cheesy pasta bake

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Learn how to make a (semi-)healthy Caesar salad and cheesy pasta bake

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She shows us how to make a lightened-up Caesar salad and a peppery, cheesy pasta bake.

Cacio e Pepe Kugel
Missy Robbins' Cacio e Pepe Kugel
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6-8
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This dish takes my Jewish heritage and love for Italian food and combines them in a traditional noodle kugel filled with the flavors of cacio e pepe, a traditional Roman spaghetti dish. The result is a super simple dish packed with tons of pepper and the creaminess of Pecorino, creating an indulgent comfort food from two cultures meeting in the middle.

Semi-Healthy Caesar Salad
Missy Robbins' Semi-Healthy Caesar
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4-6
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Let's face it, we all pretend we are eating healthy if we are eating a salad, but traditional Caesar dressings (and lots of other creamy dressings) can be big, fat calorie offenders. I discovered that using yogurt instead of oil and eggs still allowed me to keep the creamy texture and garlicky, anchovy flavors of this wonderful dressing without ruining my diet.

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