This Spicy Seafood Soup is always a hit in the dining room at the Pritikin Longevity Center. Cook up a big batch on the weekend and enjoy all week long. You can freeze this soup, too.
2003 Best use of a fruit winner | Pritikin Recipe of the Year Contest This delicious meal complements the healthiest of fish with a fruity and tangy punch. Recipe Courtesy of Chicago Foodie Sisters.
Recipe courtesy of Iluvfood.
Like desserts with a bit of bite? You’ll love this fanciful combination of luscious fruit, Dijon mustard, garlic, and cilantro, created by the talented chefs at the Pritikin Longevity Center in Miami.
Throw in just about any veggies already in the crisper, especially the crunchy ones. Here’s a combination that guests love at the Pritikin Longevity Center.
Guests at the Pritikin Center love this recipe! It’s full of flavor and so simple to make. Serve it with a salad or brown rice and you have a very healthy meal in minutes!
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!
Go gourmet with Coriander-Crusted Scallops infused with porcini and cilantro. Yum!