Salmon with Black Rice, Beets and Oranges
Vibrant color, gut-pleasing fiber, antioxidants, plenty of protein – this salmon dish has it all.
Vibrant color, gut-pleasing fiber, antioxidants, plenty of protein – this salmon dish has it all.
This salad comes together fast and provides crunch plus sweet and salty notes from the oranges and Asian dressing.
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This vegetable-packed bowl is drizzled with a homemade sauce that uses pantry staples like vinegar, honey and sriracha.
Salad isn’t just for summer – mixed lettuces help contribute toward your hydration level at any time of year. The flavorful miso dressing contains puréed carrot, a surprise addition for added fiber and antioxidants.
We’ve elevated your basic chia pudding into this beautiful, three-layer treat sweetened with only liquid monk fruit. The vibrant mixed berries will help you get closer to eating a rainbow of colors each day.
Orange and carrot lend bright color to this protein-rich smoothie, while hemp seeds provide a boost of healthful omega-3 fats.
If a warm bowl of oats is your usual morning jam, this might be your breakfast recipe. Here, we make a savory oat mix that’s used as a crunchy topper for this salad with arugula, orange and prosciutto.
It might seem strange at first, but wrapping your turkey in cheesecloth as it roasts locks in the moisture for extra-juicy meat. A simple glaze made from orange marmalade and a jus made with arrowroot round out the dish without any wheat flour, which most gravies would use.
Chicken thighs contain more energy-supporting iron than chicken breasts, and they’re juicier and more flavorful. Here they work perfectly with sweet-savory pistachios and a rich citrus sauce.
This citrus-flavored sesame shrimp with crunchy veggies is even better than the classic Chinese takeout dish. It's quick and easy to make for a healthy weeknight meal.
Ready in just 35 minutes, this satisfying couscous salad gets a punch of color from its beets and orange slices, not to mention it's full of antioxidants and vitamin C.
Make breakfast a breeze and whip up this irresistible french toast smothered in bananas.
Delicious as a stand-alone side or as a filling for our cranberry orange muffins, this relish is tart and tasty.
Moist and sweet, these cranberry orange muffins are comforting and delicious.
Orange juice provides a nice tangy kick to the poaching liquid, and brown rice vinegar adds acidity to the salmon. Finish it with a touch of ricotta.
Brown rice is topped with roasted carrots, parsnips and Brussels sprouts for a filling and warming meal in a bowl. The salmon is baked with a zesty miso glaze that doubles as the sauce.
This pumpkin pecan bread combines delicious fall flavors for an irresistible snack. It’s packed with pecans and warm spices that complement the pumpkin.
By removing the backbone, you get a juicy, whole chicken cooked in less time. The process takes only minutes but can be intimidating for first-timers; however, you can always ask your butcher to do it for you. Serve with additional lime wedges around the platter.
Kefir, a drinkable fermented dairy product, is rich in probiotics — even more so than its better-known cousin, yogurt. Plus, its tangy, tart flavor makes it a fantastic counterpoint in recipes like this herby dressing. Shallots and chives lend flavor while acting as prebiotics, or “food” for the healthy bacteria in your gut.
It’s hard to be enthusiastic about spring when you suffer from the itchy eyes, sneezing, congestion and runny nose associated with allergies like allergic rhinitis. As this allergy season approaches, arm yourself with foods that reduce inflammation, support immune function and ease allergies.
A combination of lemon, lime and orange zests brighten the flavor of this velvety, sour cream—infused pound cake, topped with an orange-scented raspberry sauce.
A quick homemade mint-cumin paste is rubbed over this whole-roasted fish. Orange slices and red onions baked along with the fish do double duty and are used to make a lovely green salad to accompany it. If you have microgreens on hand, they make a great garnish here.
Here’s a stunning salad that incorporates the flavors of the season – cranberries, toasted hazelnuts and an orange maple dressing.
A type of black tea that’s flavored with citrusy bergamot oil, Earl Grey is loaded with flavonoids, which are antioxidants that protect the body’s cells from free-radical damage.
An unexpected combination of sweet potato, almond butter and mango yields delicious results our team lapped up. To speed up the process, you can prep a couple of batches at a time and keep them in the freezer – simply add all ingredients to a zip-top freezer bag except the juice, water and vanilla. When you’re ready, add to a blender with the liquids, whiz it up and go.
Grilled lettuce and flank steak get a burst of flavor from a light citrus vinaigrette in this dish. Topped with crumbled blue cheese and walnut pieces, this dish is a perfect summertime meal that both steak and salad lovers can agree on.
Consider this saucy dish your no-sweat summer stir-fry alternative; it’s got all of the sweet-and-sour flavors but doesn’t require you to stand over a hot stove to prepare.
Sweet sautéed fennel and orange juice mellow the peppery taste of watercress in this company-worthy dish.
A natural detoxifier never tasted so good. This vegan smoothie is sweet, creamy, and loaded with vitamins and antioxidants. Order Jorge Cruise's book “Tiny and Full” to find more vegan smoothie recipes like it.
Initially used as a means of food preservation, today Spanish vinegar-infused adobo marinade is typically used to flavor meats before cooking. This recipe guarantees moist and flavorful chicken breast.
Tart green apple and rich caramelized onions compliment sweet and salty orange and soy sauce-infused pork in this tropics-inspired Clean Eating recipe. A single serving of this fiber-rich luau meal offers 40% of your daily recommended intake of selenium. The micro-mineral has been shown to promote the repair of DNA cells and the destruction of abnormal cells, which may help reduce your risk of cancer.
Pair beef sirloin, sweet oranges with savory soy sauce and hearty broccoli alongside elegantly slim snow peas.
This is an ideal way to prepare salmon – cooked slowly surrounded by a moist heat. Lentils and beets can be left to cook all day in a slower cooker.
Be (deliciously) stress-free: Just 1 orange contains enough vitamin C to meet your daily requirement. Vitamin C plays a key role in immune-system health and may help your body manage stress – so when you have a lot on your plate, make sure you’re getting enough!
Slow-roast beets to perfection in your slow cooker with our simple foil-packet method. Here, we roast them with fragrant garlic and juicy oranges for extra mouthwatering flavor, then serve them with a creamy horseradish sauce.
Clean Eating reader Naomi Granger submitted this delicious and detoxifying beet smoothie recipe. The addition of citrus adds a punch of flavor and vitamin C, helping to boost your immunity as winter approaches.
A rainbow of vegetables – butternut squash, Brussels sprouts and radicchio – makes this whole-grain bowl a powerful medley of fiber and antioxidants. We use ground turmeric to add flavor and anti-inflammatory properties to the roasted squash. Turmeric is being studied for its ability to prevent or slow the spread of cancer, so we suggest keeping it handy in your cupboard and using it liberally.
Even though these salmon fillets are cooked in the oven, because they’re wrapped in parchment with other moist ingredients such as kale and orange, they basically steam, which keeps them tender and juicy.
Thinly sliced zucchini really soaks up the flavor in this stir-fry, while cayenne-dusted crispy chickpeas add just the right amount of crunch.
Peak-season asparagus is lightly grilled then tossed with arugula, roasted beets and strawberries in this colorful, warm-weather salad.
Rhubarb’s red stalks are full of B-complex vitamins, phytonutrients and antioxidants such as beta-carotene, which help prevent disease and elevate hair and vision health.
Slices of creamy goat cheese are crusted with pistachios then lightly toasted in a skillet for a decadent topper to this exquisite salad.
Take advantage of the season’s best peaches, plums and cherries to make this Spanish-inspired drink.
These flavorful, slightly sweet muffins make a low-calorie breakfast.
Vanilla- and orange-scented cream cheese icing top these extra-fudgy brownies for an indulgent treat you won’t believe is actually clean.
These high-fiber, low-calorie muffins from our March 2015 meal plan make a perfect breakfast treat.
A lightly sweet salad complements spicy pan-seared scallops perfectly in this 25-minute meal.
Sardines are a health food in a can! Loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, sardines can improve mood, brain function, circulation and metabolism.
Miso is an enzyme-rich, naturally fermented soy product that's been a mainstay of Japanese cooking for centuries.
A fresh, soft cheese made from mozzarella and cream, burrata helps give this colorful salad an air of sophistication.
Inspired by the Middle Eastern dish shakshuka this comforting vegetarian entrée is perfect for any meal of the day. Serve with whole-grain pita or baguette for dipping.
The humble chickpea steals the show in this stellar chicken stir-fry. Give your 'peas a crispy, spicy coating in your skillet then sprinkle them liberally over your finished dish for a fiery contrast to this fresh meal.
Thanks to ample citrus in the marinade and the quinoa base, this Cuban-inspired dish is enticingly aromatic and full of flavor. Plus, you won’t have to wait long to tuck in! It’s ready in just 35 minutes.
A dessert worthy of celebrating Easter, mom, or any other occasion - this easy cake equals indulgence without the guilt!
If you're looking for a delicious roster of juices & smoothies to get you going each morning, we've got just what you need - no matter your taste!
This soothing juice will get you de-stressed after a long day, thanks to nutrients such as folic acid, which helps create dopamine, a neurotransmitter associated with pleasure.
When you combine seven exotic citrus fruits with the snap of mint you wind up with one of the freshest salads around, courtesy of Tosca Reno’s latest publication, The Eat-Clean Diet Vegetarian Cookbook!
Television host, author and chef Candice Kumai's simple parchment supper uses just six ingredients, three of which – soy sauce, orange zest and ginger – are all about bold flavor with few calories!
With a shorter cooking time, this orange-infused salmon is a great dish to throw in the slow cooker before heading out to run errands. You’ll look forward to coming home to this light and fresh meal.
Pounding your chicken breast thin allows the orange-chipotle glaze to really stand out – a better glaze-to-chicken flavor ratio in every bite!
One of the poster-children for antioxidants, sweet blueberries lend a burst of color to classic banana bread, while walnuts give each tender slice a textural kick.
The flavors of the Caribbean islands are much more complex than knock-your-socks-off hot peppers and suicide-spicy jerk chicken. Here we've included other island pleasures, including an abundance of spices, for a freezable recipe your family will love!
The tangy flavors of pomegranate, honey and allspice combine to poach our lemon-tinged salmon, leaving a flaky, thoroughly flavored flesh complemented by a crisp, citrus-fennel side salad.
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.
This creamy Italian custard, which we've infused with a delicate orange scent, is light and refreshing and contains just 1 gram of fat.
Using a back-to-basics approach, Kelsey Nixon combines zesty, tropical flavors to complement the taste of this mild white fish.
The blank canvas that it is, orzo perfectly picks up the flavors in our orange citrus vinaigrette. Springy fennel adds texture, plus dietary fiber, vitamin C, folate, potassium and manganese.
Our clean chocolate cake is dense, fudgy and so visually appealing you'll want to serve it on a platter. While the taste and texture are truly indulgent, one slice rings in at a mere 160 calories and five grams of fat.
Sweet oranges and tart cranberries make a perfect pair when you want to perk up your plate with tang and color. Adding orange peel as you begin cooking your rice, and orange juice at the end of the process, lends a smooth flavor and fragrance to this cranberry chicken.
These Asian-infused breakfast patties have enough bite for Sunday morning breakfast or brunch-worthy entertaining, but their eight-minute time frame also makes them a go-to for any hectic weekday morning!
We've come up with an easy way to coat and cook your French toast while controlling calories significantly.
In lieu of the usual lemon, we've decided to accent our light, flaky cod fillets with a sister citrus family member, the orange, then intensified it with sweet cherry and spicy cayenne.