This Mexican-inspired chicken and corn pot pie is full of amazing flavor. It’s comfort food that’s also heart-healthy.
Here’s a trick to keep from overeating pasta: Use a whole-wheat noodle and include a non-starchy vegetable and lean protein, such as spinach and chicken.
This chicken marinates in mouthwatering Indian spices, which also happen to be loaded with anti-inflammatory phytonutrients. It comes off the grill juicy, zesty, and ready to serve with a cool potato-cucumber salad.
This recipe is a good way to get vegetables into a meal, and all with easy, one-pot cooking. It features brown rice, which offers a delicious nutty taste and chewy texture.
Most meat lovers already know the ugly truth: Eating red meat can increase your risk of heart disease. Study after study shows the link. But what’s a cookout without burgers and brats? Turns out it can still be a blazing success. Dietitian Kate Patton and intern Sara Saliba within Cleveland Clinic’s Section of Preventive Cardiology … Read More
Washing food before you eat it may sound like a good idea, but that’s not always true. I like to give my patients these simple guidelines to follow for food safety. 1. Don’t rinse meat before cooking. Many people mistakenly believe you should wash or rinse raw poultry, beef, pork, lamb or veal before cooking. … Read More
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. Be creative, and use any vegetables in season that you have on hand. Ingredients 4 boneless, skinless … Read More
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. Dark meat such as chicken thigh meat doesn’t dry out as easily as white meat, so this baked recipe stays moist. Serve with a starch and a vegetable to make … Read More
Every year, we hear one or two reports about too-high-to-be-safe levels of something in our food supply. In many cases, the danger is limited to a specific geographic region, but sometimes it’s a problem that affects the entire nation. The Food & Drug Administration (FDA) reported in 2012 that there’s too much arsenic in two … Read More
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. Ingredients 2 pounds skinless boneless chicken (dark or white) ¾ cup flour (all-purpose or white whole wheat) ½ tsp ground cayenne pepper ½ tsp … Read More