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.
Trade your oats for quinoa, the perfect base for our coconut-laced breakfast porridge topped with nuts and berries or figs.
Grilled oregano-kissed cod fillets are paired with a classic tzatziki sauce for a fresh and tasty meal with just 134 calories per serving. Serve fish on a bed of greens if you have some on hand.
You may be used to eating steamed or stir-fried bok choy, but we take the veggie au natural and mix it with turkey bacon, parmesan, white beans and tomato for a fresh salad your family will love.
Halibut recipes don't have to be complex or time-consuming. Grab a couple of fillets and some leafy parsley and let your kitchen staples do the rest of the work. A simple blend of flavors is all you need for a fresh and fulfilling oven baked halibut dinner in just 20 minutes.
Fresh, fragrant salmon topped with a luscious avocado salsa with tomato and fennel is the way to your loved one's heart (not their waistline).
With more fiber and less fat than your typical deli bagel with cream cheese and lox, this pocket still delivers savory speedy satisfaction. Protein-rich pouched or canned salmon in lieu of the traditional smoked and cured variety kicks loads of sodium and nitrites out of the picture.
To choose an acorn squash, look for an unblemished fruit that's heavy for its size. If possible, buy one or two more than you'll need for this recipe: The winter squash is truly versatile and can be baked in the oven, sauteed, steamed, mashed of pureed for a seasonal soup.
Oven-baked chicken thighs are given a gourmet makeover with our sticky-sweet tamari and honey flavoring. Paired with steamed broccoli and drizzled with a velvety, rich Asian-style almond butter sauce, this is a meal that truly tastes like you spent all day in the kitchen!
Caponata (pronounced kap-oh-nah-tah) is a Sicilian dish often served as a salad or relish – here, as a topper for chicken sausage. Our lower-sodium variation of this traditional Italian topping with eggplant, tomatoes, anchovies, olives and capers beats sugary relish any day!
Roasted chicken can sometimes get boring. With our cherry barbecue sauce and toasted almonds, this Sunday dinner staple takes on a starring role.
This creamy curried chicken and lentil dish is brimming with flavor, and it’s even better the next day. Make it on Sunday and eat it for lunches and dinners all week.