Thanksgiving is often about abundance, or shall we say, overabundance. This year, ditch the unhealthy, calorie-dense ingredients. And at the same time, add some new zip to your dinner table. Here’s a roasted turkey breast recipe that sings with brand new flavors! Fresh pineapple, fresh oranges, fresh rosemary, balsamic vinegar, molasses… oh my!
This is a very spicy marinade, fantastic with seafood, poultry, and vegetables. It can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to one week.
Many sauces are packed with blood-pressure-raising sodium. That’s the last thing we need. In the U.S., one out of three adults has hypertension. Another one out of three has prehypertension. You won’t miss the sodium with this sensational Mango Horseradish Sauce from the chefs at the Pritikin health resort.
This one’s always a favorite in our dining room at the Pritikin Longevity Center, and it’s so easy to whip up at home. Pair with a baked or sweet potato, or a quick-cooking whole grain like couscous. Or slice your chicken up and enjoy with a big green salad plus any other veggies you have on hand.
Love Asian-style food but shudder at the huge amounts of sodium that come with store-bought bottles of sauce? It’s scary. One 2-ounce serving often ratchets up 1,500 mg of sodium. That’s more sodium than we should have for the entire day! Our Pritikin Asian Sauce, by contrast, has less than 30 mg of sodium per serving. Sure, this recipe is a lot of ingredients and a lot of time, but keep in mind that one batch can last a very long time because it freezes well. And it’s a lot less expensive than store-bought brands.