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Just because you’ve vowed to eat better in the new year doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice flavor. These healthy dinners are all good to eat and good for you, too!
This baked salmon dish takes a total of 20 minutes – 10 minutes to prepare and 10 minutes to cook – yet tastes like something you’d order at a fancy restaurant.
Similar to Larb Gai, this Thai dish is made from minced chicken, fish sauce, lime juice, chilies, and fresh herbs. It’s highly addictive!
Brimming with fresh seafood in a tomato and wine broth that tastes like the sea, cioppino (pronounced cho-pee-no) is a rustic and comforting Italian-American fish stew.
Generously seasoned with sautéed onions, garlic, and a tangy-sweet barbecue glaze, this turkey meatloaf is a family favorite.
A healthier version of the Chinese restaurant-style dish that is typically battered and deep-fried, this sweet and sour shrimp with broccoli is one of the easiest and tastiest suppers you can make.
The name “wedding soup” comes from the Italian language phrase minestra maritata – or married soup — which is a reference to the way the flavors combine, like a happy marriage.
Tuna poke, the traditional Hawaiian salad of raw tuna marinated in soy sauce, sesame oil, and onions, makes a satisfying meal when served over sushi rice and loaded with your favorite toppings.
This fragrant, warming chicken and rice noodle soup is made with a rotisserie chicken and pantry staples. It’s almost instant gratification. I hope it leaves you feeling cozy, happy, and all warmed up.
In this gorgeous vegetarian entrée, the center of the cauliflower is transformed into steaks, while the remaining florets become a creamy purée.