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This hazelnut-crusted fillet is topped with a blackberry puree for a low-sodium dish with knock-your-socks-off flavor.
From-the-deli sausage often has loads of unnecessary sodium added. This make-at-home version is packed with the flavor you want without the sodium you don't.
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 of palates.
Crunchy walnuts and rich chocolate glaze top these soft chocolate cookies perfectly. It can be tough to find or make low-sodium cookies, but we've found a way to not only make them but make them taste great.
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.
Instead of using oil to keep chicken moist while cooking, use an oil-free marinade or spritz it with broth, water, or juice. This recipe requires just seven ingredients and is delightfully low in sodium.
Canned pasta sauce can be loaded with sodium; this healthful yet vibrant red sauce includes favorites such as red sweet peppers, basil, and red wine vinegar. Experiment using it over polenta, vegetables, and legumes.
Juicy, sweet pineapple minimizes the spicy kick of the jalapeno pepper in this mix-and-serve salsa.
Sage and pepper help bring out the tantalizing flavor of the blueberries in the easy-to-fix topper. You can serve it with any grilled or broiled fish. It's great with chicken, too.
Halved new potatoes stuffed with crabmeat and chives make for an appetizer you can assemble a few hours before the party and enjoy without guilt.