This is a simple side dish that is fancy enough for company. It goes well with fish, chicken, pork chops, and steak. The recipe is also easy to scale up or down. You Might Also Like… Arugula Potato Salad with Fresh Herbs Fruit Salad with Honey Orange Dressing Spinach Salad with Homemade Poppyseed Dressing
Simple Ingredient Swaps to Reduce Saturated Fat without Sacrificing Taste Almost all egg dishes, including this omelet recipe, use butter in the cooking process. One tablespoon of Regular Salted Butter contains 7 grams of Saturated Fat and 90 milligrams of Sodium. Even Unsalted Butter still contains 7 grams of Saturated Fat. Swap out the Butter
What is Arugula? Arugula is a leafy vegetable most known for it’s peppery flavor. Many of the packaged salad greens at the grocery store will include arugula in the “Mixed Greens” and almost always in a spinach and arugula blend. Stick with Baby Arugula for a milder, less peppery bite. Antioxidants are some of the
Make this heart smart Cheddar Potato Chowder for lunch or as a first course for dinner. Maintain a creamy base by using 2% milk instead of fat free milk and reduced fat cheddar cheese. I like a medium cheddar for this soup, but any cheddar will work. Low Saturated Fat Make Ahead Meal Cheddar Potato
This is a hearty breakfast casserole that is perfect for a brunch or pot luck. An easy dish of tater tots, turkey sausage, eggs, and cheese creates a satisfying breakfast for a crowd. Choose any turkey sausage flavor you like; plain, breakfast, or even chorizo. The Sodium is about the same.
A quick weeknight meal that is a family favorite. Lean ground beef, onion, zucchini, tomatoes, and corn are the base of the casserole; then topped with crunchy tater tots and reduced fat cheese.
This is the perfect side dish for grilled steak or chicken. A lighter version of traditional potato salad with the added benefit of sneaking in some veggies.
Easy to assemble make ahead salad with your favorite antipasto ingredients. Salami, mozzarella cheese, chickpeas, and veggies are marinated in a light dressing and topped with arugula. Placing the arugula on top of the dressed veggies keeps the salad from getting soggy. Add an apple or orange for a perfectly balanced lunch at the office,