No fat. No salt. No added sugar. Just deep, rich, lip-smacking flavor. Who says healthy salad dressings have to be ho-hum?
Many pickled foods have more sodium than most of us should have for the entire day. These pickled carrots and onions have zero added sodium. And certainly, branch out! This recipe works well for any firm vegetable. For veggies with softer texture, like zucchini, go ahead and boil your vinegar, water, and pickling spice, but let it cool to room temperature before pouring over your soft veggies.
Just put a pot of water on the stove to boil the minute you walk in the door, and you’re practically half-way done! The asparagus and pasta cook in the same water, then all ingredients (only seven in total) end up in a few easy swirls in a skillet.
This sea bass, served over grilled wild mushrooms and drizzled with pomegranate and tangerine reduction, is a star on our Valentine’s Day menu and year-round.
Very healthy and slimming. Lots of vitamins, fiber, and other nutrients from all the vegetables. And very low in calorie density! A bowl contains just 100 calories. A bowl of regular squash soup, which is often loaded with fatty, heart-damaging ingredients like butter and cream, can easily tally up 400 calories.
This dish can do wonders for both your heart and waistline! It contains heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids from the fish. And it has about one-tenth the sodium that’s in many restaurant entrees. That’s very good news for your blood pressure! Also, this recipe adds up to only about 200 calories.
This recipe is by a guest favorite at the Pritikin Center. Pritikin Cooking School Chef, Ernesto Alonso Aguila.
What an orchestra of flavors! From berries to basil to balsamic! A sure hit for your next dinner party, and so easy to prepare.
Why stiffen your arteries with the mega doses of sodium and fat in typical fast food fries (a small bag can have up to 160 milligrams of sodium and 11 grams of fat) when you can enjoy the vinegary tartness and garlic-onion crunch of Pritikin Roasted Potato Wedges for zero milligrams of sodium and zero grams of fat?
Our Pritikin Chicken Veggie Burgers each has just a half-gram of saturated fat. That’s 1/14th the amount in typical fast food chicken sandwiches. And with our Pritikin patty plus a whole-wheat hamburger bun, your total calorie count is only about 330 calories. Most fast food chains’ chicken sandwiches have double the calories, and that’s not counting the side of fries.