Sticking to a low-sodium diet? We can help! From produce-packed salads and slaws to extra-savory indulgences like hush puppies and spring rolls, our low-sodium recipes have just 140 mg of sodium or less and can help you stay on track toward your heart-healthy goals.
Next time you crave takeout, try our veggie spring rolls -- they're easier to make than you think. Simply roll crunchy strips of Chimichurri-coated zucchini, carrots, and green onions in sheets of rice paper.
Red onion and cilantro heighten the flavors of creamy avocado and fresh shelled peas in this chunky guacamole recipe. Spicy jalapeno peppers add even more green goodness. Serve with cut-up veggies to keep sodium low, or try this guacamole as a sandwich spread.
The key to a scrumptious steak taco? The rub. We marinate our juicy sirloin in a plethora of spices, from garlic powder and chile peppers to spicy cayenne and more. Add fresh toppers to finish.
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Crisp snap peas and a slew of healthy produce -- carrots, apples, and more -- meet in this barbecue-ready slaw. A spoonful of honey sweetens the tangy yogurt-base dressing.
Do as the Italians do: Make your own pasta sauce! This homemade pesto blends basil, garlic, calcium-rich spinach, and walnuts. A sprinkling of Parmesan gives it a creamier consistency.
For a zippy low-sodium side dish, try our fennel and parsley salad. The 80-calorie recipe features crisp fennel bulbs soaked in lemon juice and a drizzling of olive oil. Grated Parmesan adds slight tang.
The best tomato soup begins with sun-ripened, in-season tomatoes. Don't have 'em? Canned tomatoes will do. Serve the low-cal soup hot or cold with whole grain crackers.
Dunk golden tortilla chips into a chilly bowlful of colorful pico de gallo. This fiesta-ready dip can be made in less than 20 minutes and uses only natural ingredients: tomatoes, onion, cilantro, and serrano chile peppers.
A swirling of butter and olive oil in your skillet helps cook these good-for-you green beans to perfection. Watch as they sizzle with flavor, then top the fork-tender greens with crunchy shallots.
This fresh tuna steak recipe is a peachy-keen pick for dinner tonight. Lightly brush each steak with olive oil, then serve with warm, melt-in-your-mouth apricots, peaches, and ruby-red raspberries.
There’s something special about homemade granola. This healthy, quinoa-packed recipe features the comforting combination of pumpkin, cinnamon, and dried fruit. Golden honey holds it all together.
This fabulous summer salad features a sweet medley of fruits, greens, and everything in between. Flakes of smoked salmon give it a savory fix of protein, while homemade lemon-basil dressing keeps it extra-fresh.
This flavor-packed pasta dish is ready in 20 minutes flat. Bow tie pasta combines with fresh mushrooms, spinach, onion, garlic, and thyme to make a low-sodium yet flavorful dinner.
Mexican night just got more delicious thanks to these fresh tacos. Perfectly seasoned sirloin steak topped with onion, mango, and cilantro stuffed in a low-cal corn tortilla keeps sodium at 140 mg for two tacos!
This colorful, cranberry-studded salad is as beautiful as it is delicious, making it perfect for the holidays. You can enjoy it year-round by stocking up on fresh cranberries in season and freezing for later. You’ll get three food groups -- fruits, veggies, and grains -- in one delicious salad.
Crispy fried shallots give this Brussels sprouts fix-up a taste of indulgence, while white wine lends a bit of elegance. Enjoy the well-rounded flavors of this side dish for only 144 calories.
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Tender beets, crisp greens, and chewy quinoa pack this side salad with abundant nutrients. A tangy dressing of balsamic vinegar, oil, and honey add well-rounded flavors.
Serve this salad for dinner or bring it to a potluck to share. Spinach, cabbage, snow peas, and crispy tempeh combine with our homemade tangy Asian dressing to make a salad that is sure to please even the pickiest palates.
You're sure to impress if you serve these yummy appetizers before your next dinner party. Spinach, cream cheese, and Parmesan cheese combine to make the filling for these tasty mini calzones.
Plan ahead for this six-serving chicken dinner because it needs a few hours of marinating time. But trust us -- the tangy, low-sodium results are totally worth it.
Tip: To get the most juice from limes, lemons, or oranges, let them stand at room temperature for about 30 minutes before halving them and squeezing out the juice.
Bring together the fresh taste of melon and the ease of cooking pasta shells for this low-sodium twist on an Italian dinner.
This recipe includes a marinade for your shrimp, plus instructions for adding them to a skewer with pea pods and mandarin oranges. The tasty result makes a great cocktail dish.
This hazelnut-crusted fillet is topped with a blackberry puree for a low-sodium dish with knock-your-socks-off flavor.