Better Homes and Gardens May 2008 Recipes
Check out the latest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens -- classic casseroles, healthy salads, spring-fresh desserts, and more.
Zesty Three-Bean Salad
Grilled Tuna Salad
You'll get lean vegetable protein and all the health benefits of soy in this satisfying bean salad tossed with fresh cilantro, lime juice, and red onion.
Greek Chicken Salad
This artful tuna salad is good for you too. The recipe calls for olives and an olive oil-based dressing -- both high in heart-healthy fats that fight inflammation and antioxidants that combat cancer.
Salsa, Black Bean, and Rice Salad
Grilled chicken marinated in garlic, lemon juice, olive oil, and oregano adds filling protein to this colorful salad. Feta cheese, cucumber, red onion, and olives keep it traditional.
Roast Pork Salad with Ginger-Pineapple Dressing
Salsa and pepper-spiced cheese add pizzazz to this black bean and veggie salad. The 30-minute supper is healthy, too, with fiber-rich beans that can lower blood sugar. For more nutrients, make it with brown rice.
Pizza Pizzazz Salad
Pork tenderloin tops antioxidant-rich spinach and juicy pineapple. The pork is a good source of B vitamins and riboflavin -- nutrients that promote healthy red blood cells -- and it's lower in fat and calories than skinless chicken breast.
Portobello Curry with Green Rice
With all the same ingredients as your favorite Italian pie, this salad supper is a healthier way to satisfy your pizza craving.
Zucchini and Eggplant Bake
Mushrooms add meaty texture to this spicy vegetarian rice bowl. Serve it with hearty multigrain bread or a fresh green salad.
Fresh zucchini and eggplant star in this dazzling meatless meal; serve it with a fresh green salad and fruit sorbet for dessert.