Enjoy fresh seafood tossed with whole-wheat angel hair pasta and spinach, flavored with lemon and garlic. You can reinvent this tasty dish with different seafood combinations.
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.
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.
Discover how filling a light meal can be, and how a creamy dish can also be crunchy. Enjoy this perfect, simple summer meal, brimming with flavor, texture and nutrients.
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Versatile crepes are fabulous for dressing up your dinner or dessert. The thin, flat buckwheat pancakes are simple to make, easy to freeze and do wonders for your leftovers.
This recipe illustrates how easy it is to increase flavor in foods by increasing the surface area that is exposed to heat.
Pair this delicately flavored orange roughy with roasted vegetables for a quick meal. (The tasty lime sauce work well with flounder, cod and halibut, too.)
Here’s a healthier pie crust than the ones you would typically encounter, which are often heavy in saturated fats. This crust takes only a few minutes to mix together and roll out.
This room-temperature salad is perfect for a quick evening meal or buffet table. Use your favorite full-bodied extra virgin olive oil and your best balsamic vinegar.
These little open-faced sandwiches make a light, delicious lunch. The recipe relies on first-rate ingredients so make sure your tomato is ripe and that the arugula and goat cheese are fresh.