With a lean cut of pork and a massive amount of nutrients from winter squash, this chili delivers on all levels. Make a batch for a sports viewing party; no one will be the wiser of its health benefits.
Fresh ginger adds a delightful kick to this bisque that delivers on richness without the fat of heavy cream. To turn this into an appetizer for the holidays, consider adding a mound of fresh crabmeat to the center of each soup.
These burgers get protein from quinoa and beans without falling short on flavor. In fact, they’ll be your new weeknight staple and perfect for Meatless Mondays. Consider making a double batch so there’s extra to freeze. On a busy night, just remove them from the freezer and thaw them.
This magnificent magenta salad is filled with the tartness of ruby red grapefruit and the earthiness of beets. It isn’t just gorgeous to look at, but also tasty to eat. Pair with grilled or broiled fish, if desired.
Liven up the breakfast routine with this Southwestern quinoa bowl. Quinoa contains a hefty amount of protein, making this a great morning option. Add other items to turn this into your own creation—cucumber, radishes, black beans, and more. The eggs can also be cooked however you prefer—over-easy, poached, or even scrambled.
This dish, based on a staple of Louisiana cuisine, swaps smoked sausage for chicken and shrimp—turning this into a flavor-filled weeknight dish. Consider using already-cooked packaged brown rice if you're in a pinch for time.
Cooking at home can be a daunting task, but a rewarding one for your diet and lifestyle (and your wallet). Making small changes in your diet is important to your heart health. Here are simple, healthy and affordable recipes and cooking tips.