Want a super satisfying, multi-purpose dish that will lower your cholesterol as well? You get it all with Brown Basmati Rice and Lentils. Beans such as lentils are especially good at lowering bad cholesterol. Got leftovers? That’s great! All week long, enjoy your basmati and lentils as a side dish for fish or poultry, or add to your veggie soups for thicker, richer texture and flavors.
Our Pritikin Braised Cabbage is a budget-friendly side, main dish, or snack that contains all the zing and nutritional goodness of this humble dish but without the artery-stoppers that often accompany it, like butter and beef. Cook up a big batch on Sunday, and enjoy it all week long.
Yucca, also known as cassava, is a Latin American root vegetable with a potato-like flavor and texture that is very absorbant, so it easily takes on the flavor of any other ingredients combined with it when baked, boiled, or sauteed. Mojo is the signature marinade of Cuba.
This is tasty tofu in no time! After your tofu’s blackened, try cutting it up into bite-size cubes and then store them in a baggie in the refrigerator. Enjoy them in all sorts of ways. Toss them into your salads for plenty of rich, chewy, flavorful, and filling protein, but with none of the cholesterol and saturated fat of animal protein. Or add them to soups, marinara sauces, and whole grain dishes like quinoa. Or simply pop a few in your mouth as a snack (so much better for you than typical snack foods!)
This healthy recipe pairs well with just about anything — salmon, chicken, or game meat like bison and venison. It’s also a superb go-to for quick-fix lunches or snacks. Ladle some into whole-wheat tortillas stuffed with crunchy veggies. Pour a cup or two into some chicken or vegetable stock for an easy soup. Or blend a big scoop of your beans and rice with a big bowl of lettuce greens and sliced tomatoes for a filling lunch salad.
Double or triple the recipe for a great potluck party side dish. On busy weeknights, it’s also wonderful to have on hand in the fridge. Scoop some of your black bean salad into a whole-wheat tortilla, or blend with some crispy Romaine lettuce for a really big-sized salad. Enjoy with some fresh corn on the cob.
Did you know that many burritos at fast food places, even veggie-style burritos, can contain 2,000 mg of sodium, and more? Ouch! That’s no way to curb our country’s epidemic rates of high blood pressure. Our Pritikin Bean Burritos contain no more than 75 mg of sodium per burrito.
Love the rich earthy flavor of shiitake mushrooms? You’ll love this easy-to-make soup!
Cream of artichoke soup in a restaurant can easily pad our poor arteries with as much plaque-building saturated fat as a cheeseburger. Our Pritkin artichoke soup has zero saturated fat, but loads of rich, tangy artichoke flavor.
Yes, this is the real deal. No added sugar. No added salt. Nothing that’s harmful. Just apples and a little apple juice concentrate with a pinch of spice. A scrumptious alternative to butter for your morning toast.