You know and love it, but you may not love the calories that come along with Cincinnati's famous chili.
Chef Meg Galvin of HumanaVitality visited the FOX19 Weekend Morning News Saturday to show us a more "healthy" version of the Queen City's favorite meal.
This chili recipe uses spaghetti squash in place of pasta to put a healthy spin on Cincinnati Chili. For an alternative, you can serve with whole wheat pasta, over a salad of chopped dark mixed greens or baked sweet potato, or in a whole wheat wrap with additional grilled vegetables.
Nutritional Facts: (Serving 4)
Calories 317; Total fat 2.9 g; Saturated fat.7 g; Cholesterol 55 g; Sodium 522 mg; Fiber 9 g
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