These salmon patties are not only tasty — they’re rich in heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, too. Make them ahead of time and refrigerate until you’re ready to cook.
These spinach, mushroom and tomato stuffed burgers might sound fancy, but they are easy to make. And when you wrap them in lettuce, they give you a delicious, bunless burger option.
Using beets in these meatless burgers gives them a red-meat look without the beef. They also have a chewy texture that comes from the quinoa, oats and chopped nuts.
Love burgers but trying to be healthier. You can still have your burgers with these 6 tips from our dietitians.
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