This healthy entrée from the talented chefs at the Pritikin Longevity Center combines the succulent, flaky texture of Chilean sea bass with the licorice essence of fennel, the meatiness of mushrooms, the marvelous intensity of balsamic glaze, and the zip of dill. A real show-stopper!
Enjoy these little cuties not only as an appetizer but also blended with pasta, or as savory filler for sandwiches with baby lettuce and sliced cucumbers, pita-style. If desired, top Salmon Balls with a bit of our chefs’ Cucumber Yogurt Dill Sauce.* (See Recipe notes.)
Typical stuffed potatoes and skins are stuffed, literally, with butter and full-fat cheese, tallying up scary amounts of saturated fat, which can stuff our poor arteries with plaque. The Loaded Potato Skins at Chili’s Restaurants, for example, have 35 grams of sat fat. It’s like eating 14 pats of butter. With our recipe, you get 0 grams of sat fat, yet loads of creamy, delicious flavor.
What luscious flavors in this dynamite combination of citrus, salmon, garlic, balsamic reduction, and more! A palate pleaser for Pritikin and nonPritikin guests alike!
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.
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.
What an orchestra of flavors! From berries to basil to balsamic! A sure hit for your next dinner party, and so easy to prepare.
Oh, how your blood pressure will love you! Most tuna entrees, especially in restaurants, can tally up 2,000mg of sodium, more sodium than we should have in an entire day! Our Pritikin recipe has just 45mg of sodium, yet loads of fantastic flavor.