This Japanese style dish includes fiber-rich black rice, topped with heart-healthy salmon and avocado, along with fresh radishes, cucumber, and scallions.
This recipe from America’s Test Kitchen substitutes the cream and eggs for vitamin-packed avocado, making it the perfect nutritious dessert to enjoy on Valentine’s Day or anytime throughout February’s Heart Health Month.
Our version of this classic comfort dish is low in spice, acid, and salt, making it a well-suited dish for our critically ill clients on renal or mild diets.
This recipe is a great place to start if you’re looking for a vegetarian dish that’s easy to prepare and full of fiber. Try it for lunch, or pair it was a tossed green salad for a balanced vegetarian dinner.
Making pancakes from scratch is easier than you think and chances are, you have most of the ingredients in your pantry! Try topping with fruit and nuts for a super healthy breakfast.
In the cold weather months, this crunchy slaw is a welcomed, bright dish. It has a healthy dose of seasonal vegetables like celery root, daikon, and cabbage and gets its subtle sweetness from the Asian pears and maple syrup. Adapted from Bon Appetit.