My local grocery store frequently has beef sirloin on sale and this is a perfect recipe for petite sirloin strips. Grill the steaks alongside the potatoes and zucchini for a quick dinner. Top with easy homemade chimichurri sauce.
This cheesy baked ravioli is actually low in sodium and is easy enough for a weeknight dinner. Turn it into a freezer meal when refrigerated ravioli is on sale. Pasta dishes freeze and reheat well which makes them good choices for make ahead meals.
A sheet pan dinner is easy to clean-up when the fish is cooked in paper. The paper wrapped halibut also stays moist and cooks perfectly. Finish the dish with freshly squeezed lemon juice over the fish and vegetables.
I adapted this recipe from a coupon insert from King Soopers®. The original recipe is promoting specific Brand Names with full fat and sodium versions. After making my adjustments, I think you will agree that the final result is so good, you would never think it's a heart healthy recipe!
Roasting a chicken is simple and elegant enough for company. The garlic and thyme seasoning also works well as a replacement for store bought rotisserie chicken. Making your own "rotisserie" chicken also saves you 50+ milligrams of sodium over the store bought version.