There’s nothing more comforting than a bowl of Sweet and Sour Cabbage Soup, but the sodium content of many recipes can be a staggering 600 mg per cup. Our Pritikin version has no added sodium but loads of deep, savory flavor.
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!
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.
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.
Very healthy and slimming. Lots of vitamins, fiber, and other nutrients from all the vegetables. And very low in calorie density! A bowl contains just 100 calories. A bowl of regular squash soup, which is often loaded with fatty, heart-damaging ingredients like butter and cream, can easily tally up 400 calories.
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.