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Tex-Mex lovers will be pleased with this low-fat recipe for mango salsa-topped chicken burritos. If the heat index starts to climb too high, just dab them with a little palate-soothing light sour cream.
This quick and colorful beef dish is made spicy with ground red and black pepper, and brightened with pea pods and red bell peppers. For a less spicy dish, omit the ground red pepper.
The lamb is marinated in a brightly spiced marinade featuring cilantro, onion, lime, garlic, ginger, and garam masala, threaded on skewers, and served over bulgur. If you'd rather not make your own garam masala, look for the spice blend in the ethnic section of large supermarkets or at food specialty shops.
Plain yogurt adds the creamy texture to the garlic-lemon dressing, which is tossed with greens and parmesan cheese, then topped with broiled salmon.
Perfect for a meal on a hot day. This flavorful broiled fish dish has only 123 calories and 5 grams of carbohydrates per serving. Packed with B vitamins, protein, and vitamin C, this summer salad packs a nutritional punch.
The sprightly marriage of lemon and dill is a match made in heaven, and three certainly isn't a crowd when sweet pink shrimp are added to the mix.
When you crave steak, but don't crave high fat and calories, try this ginger beef stir-fry. Lean beef and crispy spring vegetables cook together for a full-flavored dinner you can toss together in 30 minutes.
Salmon fillet basted with lemon juice, garlic, basil, soy, and Worcestershire sauce is perfect for grilling. As long as you have the grill going for this basil-basted salmon, throw some summer vegetables on, too.
To keep these low-fat turkey and veggie burgers juicy, be careful not to overcook them. Use an instant-read thermometer to check the temperature of the patties at the center.