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.
Want the deep, slow-cooked flavors of rich, creamy beans and barley without spending a lot of time in the kitchen? Try our delicious crockpot Lentil and Barley Soup.
Ribollita is a great go-to meal for weeknights ahead because it tastes even better a day or two after it’s been made. Don’t let the long list of ingredients intimidate you. This is truly a chop-dump-stir recipe. If you can pick up a knife, you can do this!
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.
Here’s a new favorite at the Pritikin Longevity Center that bursts with flavor (without bursting your blood vessels). Many pickled foods have more sodium than most of us should have for the entire day. This salad, created by Pritikin’s award-winning chef Anthony Stewart, has zero added sodium. Like all the dishes at Pritikin, it is a celebration for both palate and heart. The perfect fit for foodies this fall.
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.
If you want a snack or meal idea that’s both filling and slimming, you really can’t beat this Barley Vegetable Soup. Plus, research has found that barley helps lower cholesterol levels. And you’ll love barley’s slightly nutty, earthy flavor.
This zesty, hearty Ajiaco Soup from the creative chefs at the Pritikin health resort is sure to fill you up and warm you up. It’s also calorie-light and sodium-light.
Crab Cakes a la Pritikin are a delectable combination of crab, veggies, garlic, egg whites, and salt-free Old Bay Seasoning — and only 50 calories and 70 milligrams of sodium per cake. Wow!