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Beef up your tacos with fiery sirloin steak, subtly sweet onions, and refreshing mango. Add orange and red bell peppers to bring extra crunch and color to this quick dinner.
Dinner doesn't have to take hours to be elegantly satisfying. This heart-healthy meal takes 30 minutes or less from start to finish.
The classic Italian favorite has been transformed into a healthy, low-fat main dish by omitting its carb-laden breading.
Make a classic comfort food on a heart-healthy diet with this 30-minute turkey stroganoff, featuring broccoli florets and whole wheat noodles topped with tangy light sour cream.
A reader favorite, this classic pizza is stacked high with veggies -- roma tomatoes, spinach, and peppers. Bonus: It comes together in 30 minutes thanks to purchased pizza dough.
Good-for-your-heart tuna and whole wheat couscous will fill you up in this 20-minute dish. A savory-sweet combo of sauces punches up the flavor of the basic tuna steak.
Snappy pecans tossed in a light syrup add sweetness to plain-Jane pork chops. You'll need just 20 minutes to make this 290-calorie heart-healthy entree.
This new family favorite features chicken breast, veggies, and beans kicked up a notch with salt-free chipotle-flavored seasoning and bottled salsa. Ole!
Make four heart-healthy vegetarian burgers in 30 minutes with this recipe that's got it all: no cholesterol, little fat, and loads of fiber and flavor.
Ooey-gooey macaroni and cheese gets a heart-healthy boost when you toss in mixed vegetables and use reduced-fat cheese. Our from-scratch dinner takes 30 minutes.
Oranges, walnuts, and lime juice give this salsa a tangy kick. Serve it over seasoned tuna for a simple and quick dinner.
Honey, orange juice, and ginger give this "fried" chicken an updated flavor. The chicken has all the crisp, crunchy texture of fried chicken but lacks the high calories and fat.
Bulgur, made from steamed, dried, and crushed wheat kernels, brings a nutty flavor to lamb chops. This seven-ingredient dish is ready in less than 25 minutes.
Yes, you can make a fresh, chicken-topped salad with a homemade citrus dressing in just 30 minutes. This classic serves four and is loaded with heart-healthy potassium thanks to spinach and strawberries.
Roll up chicken, peppers, and cheese into tortillas for fresh and tasty wraps. With a bit of ranch and some easy-to-make salsa, this dish is flavorful and low in fat.
This classic French dish usually simmers for hours, even days, to develop a complex flavor. Our quick-but-tasty version cooks in less than 30 minutes by using canned beans. Lean pork and turkey sausage keep it low in fat.
Heart-healthy fresh tomatoes and garbanzo beans give this quick-and-easy meatless main dish extraordinary flavor.
Juicy pears, tart cherries, and maple syrup scented with rosemary and thyme give this appealing roast a distinctive flavor. No one will know you only spent 30 minutes preparing it!
Whip up some tasty barbecue sauce with our super-simple recipe. Not only is prep a snap, but the sandwiches are low in fat and a great source of protein.
Bananas, sweet potatoes, and pineapple juice give ordinary chicken a sweet and tangy flavor. Let instant brown rice cook while you prepare the chicken, and have dinner on the table in 20 minutes.
This sweet recipe works well with shrimp or fish, too. If using fish, choose fillets of a firm-fleshed fish such as bass or roughy; cut fillets into thumb-size pieces.
These burgers are full of flavor and low in fat. Just be sure to choose ground turkey breast instead of regular ground turkey, which may be a mixture of light and dark meat.
Toasted sesame seeds and sesame oil give this beef-and-fruit stir-fry a delightful double dose of nutty flavor.
Blackened steak seasoning gives a tongue-tingling bite to boneless chicken breast halves. They pair deliciously with the cumin-seasoned fruit salsa.
Frozen veggies and canned salmon make this hearty chowder quick and easy to prepare. Use it to warm you up on a cool day.