A tasty and festive holiday entrée for the winter season! Searing then braising the chops makes sure the pork is tender with lots of flavor. The chutney adds texture and sweetness. Plus it can easily be made the day before serving. Using salt-free seasonings and low-sodium chicken broth gives the chef final control over how […]
The perfect dish to feed a crowd when it’s cold outside. Apples and chard add flavor plus fiber. Yogurt is an easy way to finish a sauce with creaminess and acidity. The best part is this dish is one pot and finished in under 45 minutes.
Adding a twist to classic grits, corn is swapped out for cauliflower and white beans to give a creamy alternative that pairs perfectly with the spice in the shrimp. You can swap out the chicken stock with a quick homemade stock using the shrimp shells. Buying cajun seasoning (typically a mix of chili pepper, smoked […]
Make mealtime easier with a family style serving of this comfort classic. Add aromatics (celery, onion, carrots, herbs) to the water before boiling the chicken to increase the flavor and create a quick stock. Adding blended veggies into the sauce creates creaminess without adding fat or flour.
The classic stir-fry recipe is the perfect way to make a healthy, diabetes-friendly and low-carb meal from whatever you might have in the fridge or pantry. Heat up a little oil in a skillet (a wok is great, but any skillet will do), throw in some protein and vegetables, and stir. Our version uses chicken […]