100 Healthy Recipes for Dinner
Selecting the right recipe for a healthy dinner can always be a challenge. That's why we did the work for you.
However you get your recipes, whether it’s from yourÂ grandmother’s index cards, websites, cookbooks, or even just throwing together what’s in the fridge, finding something new and fun every night can be a challenge. We’ve amassed quite the recipe collection, and this listÂ will get you through the entire summer. Behold, the fruits of our labor.
Have to bring a dish to a dinner party? Fear not! Here are healthy recipes, perfect for a potluck including risottos, casseroles, and a variety of salads.
The current daily recommendations of sodium are a maximum of one teaspoon (2,300 milligrams) a day. For the 70 percent of the country that is at risk for developing high blood pressure, the recommended maximum drops to 2/3 teaspoon a day (1,500 milligrams). These recipes are low sodium and you can find everything from kabobs to pork tenderloin.
These delicious recipes are made with the grain (or seed) du jour.Â It cooks fast and can be eaten hot or cold. Try using quinoa in unique ways such as crab cakes, lettuce wraps, or in a salad.
Whether youâ€™re cooking with chicken, pork, shrimp, or tofu, thereâ€™s a marinade for everything. This collection includes marinades for shrimp, steaks, and even salmon.
The heart-healthy MediterraneanÂ diet is all aboutÂ fruits, veggies, whole grains, beans, nuts, seafood, and healthy oils. In fact, it’s not a diet at all; it’s just a healthy way of eating every day.
Eat fried rice without the guilt with these healthy take out-inspired recipes. This list includes favorites such as General Tso’s chicken, pizzas, and tacos.
For busy moms, professionals, or even for those who just want to experiment, creating a one pot meal not only makes cleaning up easy, itâ€™s an opportunity to showcase the layering of flavors.Â (Think: chicken bakes, chili, soups, and even mussels.)
Pizza can be made in a variety of healthy ways. We found some really unique recipes such as lemony blackened broccoli, pizzasÂ made with cauliflower crust, and more.
Grilling season is here! Try these healthy burger recipes this weekend. Up the ante with anÂ apple turkey burger with caramelized onions and brie, or go for a more traditional old fashioned cheeseburger.
Whether you like spicy or mild flavors, making a curry dish will elevate your traditional meal.Â If youâ€™re new to the dish, think of it like an Indian-style pasta sauce. It can be paired with almost anything.
Source URL: http://www.bostonmagazine.com/health/blog/2014/06/06/100-healthy-dinner-recipes/