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If you'd like to do more than make sandwiches from your leftover Easter ham, this recipe is healthful and satisfying. With three vegetables, a fruit, and two powerful seasonings it's a complete meal in a bowl.

1 cup roasted, diced ham
1 cup dried split peas
3 large sliced carrots
1/4 head of grated cabbage
2 cloves of diced garlic
1/2 cup of uncooked brown rice
1 cup of grape tomatoes
2 medium apples, cubed
4 teaspoons cinammon

Cinnamon has been shown to help regulate blood sugar while garlic can lower cholesterol while it fights viral infection.



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Put entire mixture into covered pot. Add enough water to cover plus 2 addtional cups. The more liquid you add, the more your mix will be a soup instead of a stew. Bring to a boil and simmer until the rice is tender, approximately 45 minutes. Be sure to check and stir periodically. Another option is to use a crock pot and let it simmer while you're at work.. Note: cooking time can be shortened by using parboiled brown rice. Adjust seasoning to taste. Serves 4 - Calories 435

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