Thanksgiving is often about abundance, or shall we say, overabundance. This year, ditch the unhealthy, calorie-dense ingredients. And at the same time, add some new zip to your dinner table. Here’s a roasted turkey breast recipe that sings with brand new flavors! Fresh pineapple, fresh oranges, fresh rosemary, balsamic vinegar, molasses… oh my!
What a marvelous combination of savory herbs, deep Bordeaux, and the apple-hinted flavors of pheasant. What’s more, breast of pheasant is very low in saturated fat and cholesterol. Pair this entrée with mashed potatoes, whole grains, grilled vegetables, or even just a simple baked potato.
Don’t harm your arteries or weight-loss efforts with traditional stuffing packed with calorie-dense and saturated-fat-rich ingredients like butter and sausage. Instead, enjoy this savory delight from the award-winning chefs at the renowned Pritikin health resort.
Grass-fed, free-range wild game such as buffalo (bison), elk, and moose are low in saturated fat, less than other red meat options.
Calabaza is a squash from the West Indies with orange flesh that is moister and sweeter than pumpkin. It’s chock-full of nutrition – rich in Vitamin A, C, and potassum, and all for just 35 calories per cup. This Calabaza Risotto delivers rich buttery flavor and a symphony of fresh herb delights, but for only about one-third the calories of regular risotto.