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This light, one-dish meal is delicious dish to make on the grill. Use whole wheat pasta and fresh vegetables to make it high in fiber, and substitute a low-fat for a full-fat dressing to cut both fat and calories.
Looking for a new spin on the same old chicken dinner? Try this Mediterranean variation, which is low in saturated fat and rich in flavor.
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Make these spicy chicken “wings” lower in fat by using skinless chicken and heart-healthy canola oil. Use hot red pepper sauce instead of traditional barbeque sauce to eliminate the extra sugar.
Packed lunches can get boring, but this flavorful and healthy chicken salad wrap will spice up your work week. Exotic ingredients like ginger, lime, and soy create a new twist of flavor.
What can you do with leftover roast chicken? Make a fantastic second meal like these Asian chicken wraps! They can be put together in less than 30 minutes.
It's fun and healthy to make pizza on the grill. You can experiment with different vegetables and fruits on your grill this season for a healthy, tasty meals.