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Rice patties are a popular dish among Eastern Europeans. They are well known for their convenience in cooking and delicious taste. Rice patties can be one of the most appetizing ways to use leftover rice. Try it and you won’t regret it!
You’ll find the tangy yogurt sauce to be delightful with the sweetness of the carrots! This dish pairs well with baked or grilled meats and fish or topped on rice.
Sesame Tuna Salad
Tired of the traditional mayo-based tuna salad? Then this recipe is for you! Give this lighter, brighter Sesame Tuna Salad a shot. Its key ingredient is sesame oil, which Is known for its savory and deep, nutty undertones. This gives the traditional tuna salad a new taste! Besides its uniquely nutty...
Sheet pan sweet and sour chicken served up in a white dish, against a background of light tan wood.
No time to cook? Busy schedule? Then this recipe was made for you! Simply toss your chicken and diced vegetables on a large sheet pan with a little oil and spices, then let them roast while you throw together a simple sweet and sour sauce. It really couldn't be easier! Use a neutral oil, such as...
shepherds pie, mashed potatoes, ground turkey, mixed vegetables
Sean Clark
A challenge in today’s busy world is making a delicious, nutritious meal that fills everyone up and still leaves some for leftovers. This recipe can be made quickly at the end of a long day, or it can be made in advance. Simply store the prepped recipe in the refrigerator and put in the oven when...
linguine with clam sauce
This dish is the ultimate in quick dishes – great for any night when time is limited. Canned clams are a terrific pantry staple and can be kept on hand for moments when you need a last-minute meal. Use whole grain angel hair pasta or linguine to boost fiber content.
The star of the show in this dish are the bell peppers. These vegetables are packed with flavor and vitamins, like vitamin C. Use this recipe as a colorful way to start or end your day!
These simple sauteed vegetables go great with just about any lunch or dinner entrée. They are easy, delicious, and colorful enough to brighten up any meal!
Tortilla Soup
No one will ever know this delicious soup came from opening up 6 cans!
smoothie bowl
Tired of your typical smoothie? Try this smoothie bowl recipe. It’s very similar to your favorite frozen dessert, like ice cream or frozen yogurt, but has more nutrients to nourish your body any time of day!
White pan full of smothered and covered chicken and gravy. Red plaid napkin is visible in the background.
A classic southern dish. Serve this with mashed potatoes, rice or pasta to soak up the gravy. Add a green vegetable to round out this delicious meal.
simmered collard greens
Collard greens are a nutrition powerhouse because they are rich in vitamins A, C, K and calcium, potassium, folate, fiber, and antioxidants. This recipe prepares greens in a unique way, flavoring them with savory soy sauce. It is the perfect side dish for meat or fish. Enjoy!
This recipe is easy and fast! You can customize it by adding sauteed veggies, like asparagus or broccoli, or by adding protein, like cooked shrimp or chicken. Enjoy this delightfully simple dish!
rice and spinach
In Greece, braised spinach with rice and lemon belongs to a class of braised vegetable dishes made with an abundant amount of olive oil. These dishes are always main courses and always vegan. The dish is full of antioxidants, iron, fiber, and vitamin C. The oil provides satiety, and the rice...
Spatchcock Chicken image on white plate - taken by photographer Mike McCune
Photo by Mike McCune
Spatchcocking is a process that splits and flattens a whole chicken. This decreases roasting time while increasing the moisture of the meat and crispness of the skin.
Black beans with cilantro
Add some spice to your next meal with this quick and easy black bean recipe. Black beans are a delicious source of fiber, protein, antioxidants, and carbohydrates, and making them a fantastic addition to any meal. Pair this side dish with any southwest-inspired meal to get an extra punch of flavor...
photo of back bean soup, sour cream
Soup in the summer? Yes! This recipe can be enjoyed on a chilly summer night or topped off with some cooling sour cream and avocados for a fresh, light lunch! Black beans are a great source of protein and iron. They are also high in fiber; this will help you stay fuller for longer. This recipe is...
This simple recipe comes straight to you from Eating Well magazine. It is full of vitamins and minerals as well as the traditional flavors of the Mediterranean. It is good for lunch or dinner on any chilly day.
Spinach Stuffed Chicken Breasts with Tomato and Feta Recipe Photo. Grilled, stuffed chicken next to some peas, on a white plate.
Chicken is a versatile meat that is low in saturated fat. This meal is savory and flavorful due to a combination of meat, cheese, veggies, and seasoning, and it has no added salt! With a cooking time of only 20 minutes, this is a perfect quick weeknight dinner that serves four.
sweet potatoes and Kale
Mix up your morning with a healthy sweet potato hash! With a hearty serving of protein from a poached egg, this dish is packed with Vitamin K. It’s sure to help you start your day off right!
spinach mac n cheese
This holiday season, we are putting a nutritious spin on our favorite comfort food, macaroni and cheese. Unlike traditional mac & cheese, this diabetes-friendly recipe includes a healthy mix of garlicky spinach and tomatoes. Spinach is a nutrient-rich vegetable high in Vitamin C, folate, and fiber...
split pea and basil pasta salad
Think split peas can only be used to make green split pea soup? Think again! This recipe offers a bright, new idea for cooking with split peas, and we think you'll love it. This pasta salad is light and refreshing and is the perfect side dish to salmon, chicken, or even a veggie burger. We hope you...
steamed eggs
Steaming eggs is a technique that allows you to cook eggs in a sauté pan while achieving a nice, firm egg white and runny yolk. The yolk is perfect for dipping toasted, whole grain bread. Enjoy!
This side dish is sunny and bright; it offers the perfect contrast to grilled meat on warmer days. This recipe is also loaded with vitamin C from the broccoli and lemon. Try it today!