No deprivation here. These hearty meals are lower in calories and fat -- but they're so delicious you'll forget they're good for you, too.
Ready in less than 30 minutes, this gently cooked, ginger-flavored fish combines with shiitake mushrooms and red sweet pepper to create an antioxidant-rich dinner.
It's a breeze to eat well. Simply toss smoked turkey with arugula, sweet red pepper, and juicy orange slices. A tangy citrus vinaigrette makes a delightful finishing touch.
Turn leftover chicken into an unbelievably good second dinner by tossing it with green onion, arugula, fresh basil, and rice noodles. With a light lime juice-soy sauce glaze, the dish is full of flavor.
Zippy lime dresses up the salmon in this recipe. You may substitute one 9-ounce package of frozen French-cut green beans for the fresh beans. If you do, cook for 5 to 6 minutes instead of the original 10 to 12 minutes.
Salsa and pepper-spiced cheese add pizzazz to this black bean and veggie salad. The 30-minute supper is healthful, too, with fiber-rich beans that can lower blood sugar. For more nutrients, make it with brown rice.
Pork tenderloin tops fresh romaine leaves and nectarines. 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.