Click on the arrow to view the recipes from the March 2007 issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine.
Salmon and red cabbage both contain important heart disease preventives. Broiled with basil pesto, the healthy entree treats your palate as well as it does your body.
This heart-healthy soup is super quick to make -- simply brown the pork in a saucepan, then toss the edamame, zucchini, and the rest of the ingredients in and heat through.
Crushed pretzel sticks and peanuts lend hearty crunch to baked chicken breasts. A honey-mustard sauce comes together in minutes for tasty dipping.
Try this fresh side in the spring when sugar snap peas are in season -- the tart lemon flavor brings out the sweetness of the peas.
Garlicky cream sauce coats each piece of cooked collard greens in this classic Southern side.
This warm pineapple-onion combo adds the perfect touch of flavorful sweetness to cooked chicken or pork. Or spread it on baguette slices for a crunchy appetizer.
This one-pan dinner uses beef shoulder petite tenders, a new lean roast notable for its full flavor, tenderness, and bargain price. You'll love it combined with white and orange sweet potatoes.
Assemble dinner in 20 minutes with quick-cooking rib eye steak and refrigerated pizza dough. Red onion pieces, cracked black pepper, a drizzle of olive oil, and a sprinkle of sea salt make this pizza stand out.
Flank steak is such a flavorful and convenient cut that the sauce can be super simple: This homemade favorite comes to life with a splash of bourbon.
Rich broth and tender, falling-off-the-bone meat make this dish a delicious winner.