Ditch the deep fryer – these thin, crisp chicken fillets made in the skillet taste even better than the fried variety. Topped with a creamy slaw made with cabbage, cranberries and yogurt, this makes for a full meal in a sammie.
Roasting, an unusual way to prepare radishes, gives this root vegetable a tender texture that makes them an ideal substitute for your usual roasted potato sides. The cooking technique also mellows the radish's naturally peppery bite.
Loaded with vitamin B12, protein and omega-3 fatty acids, this salad from Curtis Stone is the perfect high-energy lunch. For a chilled grilled salmon salad, grill the salmon four hours ahead of time and refrigerate.