You can substitute chicken breast or tofu for the flank steak in this recipe, which offers the best of Thai cooking with little fat, and less of the sodium you’ll find in restaurants.
You’re never too old for frozen treats! These tropical fruit pops pack more than just a frozen puree mixture of tropical fruits. They satisfy your sweet tooth and quench your thirst at the same time.
These green beans offer sweet and spicy flavors along with the distinctive taste of cilantro or Thai basil. They make a great side dish, and you can also use the sauce to pour over grilled white fish or chicken.
This dish is loaded with beneficial plant nutrients, nourishing fats and protein. But the flavors are what will make it a hit — including the bright and zesty sauce.
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Combining low-fat feta and tofu makes for a lighter, healthier Greek salad. Serve this salad on lettuce leaves garnished with toasted whole-grain bread.
Need an elegant cake that’s heart-healthy, without compromising taste? Try our Orange Upside-Down Cake. It’s low in saturated fat and cholesterol but still tastes decadent.
When you’re cooking lean, healthy meats, a dry rub can fire up the flavor. Find recipes for a few simple, flavorful rubs, including Asian, Latin and classic American cuisine.
This tapenade is jumping with flavors and nutrients and is an ideal snack or appetizer.
This easy recipe puts Brussels sprouts in their best light. Dressed simply, the bright flavors really shine.
Our fresh, delicious take on chicken salad sandwich will wow you. With almonds, grapes, scallions and cilantro, this sandwich is a delicious twist on the old chicken salad sandwich.