When paired with tomato and basil, spaghetti squash is a darn good replacement for spaghetti. Think of it as faux-pasta.
There’s nothing more comforting than a bowl of Sweet and Sour Cabbage Soup, but the sodium content of many recipes can be a staggering 600 mg per cup. Our Pritikin version has no added sodium but loads of deep, savory flavor.
Having guests who are vegetarians? They’ll all want the recipe for this earthy, zesty casserole. It’s great for parties but also simple enough to whip up for a weeknight dinner. Serve family-style with potatoes or whole grains like quinoa, brown rice, or couscous. It also cooks up nicely in individual nonstick muffin tins – the perfect portable snack or lunch.
Slow but oh-so-good cooking. That’s what this vegetarian chili’s all about. Want to add leftover shredded roasted chicken or turkey breast? Go right ahead. Poultry- or veggie-style, it’s a wonderful one-pot dish for chilly winter evenings or party nights in front of the T.V.
This cornbread is free of oil, sugar, and cholesterol (what you’d find in many cornbread recipes), but full of classic, delicious cornbread flavor.
Oh, the rewards of easy, healthy cooking! Here’s a creamy, comfort-food-style creation – Mashed Potatoes With Corn and Fat-Free Cream. It’ll fill you up, but not out.
When it comes to choosing an entree for dinner, the Pritikin Eating Plan advises skinless, white-meat turkey or chicken for two reasons. These sources of poultry are high in protein and at the same time, reasonably low in cholesterol and saturated fat. When it comes to making a rich and satisfying meatloaf dish that is healthy but still delectable, extra lean ground turkey is the way to go.