Here’s a simple yet elegant seafood recipe. Our Pritikin chefs often use salmon or whitefish; shrimp and scallops are good choices, too.
Pair with a baked potato, sweet potato, or brown rice (try new easy-to-make brown rice bowls – just 90 seconds in the microwave – and the only ingredients are brown rice and water.)
Pritikin’s Cucumber Yogurt Dill Sauce/Dressing is a very versatile recipe. It’s fabulous not only as a salad dressing but also as a sauce for chicken and seafood, particularly salmon, and as a topping for baked potatoes. What’s more, it’s only 10 calories per 2-tablespoon serving, and has just 9 mg of sodium.
This is a rich and tangy sauce for poultry as well as fish. It’s also a fantastic topping for baked potatoes. A dollop delivers zero artery-clogging saturated fat. By contrast, a dollop of regular sour cream packs in as much saturated fat as a hamburger!