Restaurant meals are often huge portions that are loaded with excess fat and sodium -- even meals that appear to be healthy. These tasty and healthy recipes bring restaurant favorites to your home table for a fraction of the cost of eating out.
The restaurant version of Beef and Broccoli is usually batter-fried and high in sodium. Our version has a light, delicious sauce that keeps the focus on the health benefits of broccoli, protein and hearty brown rice.
These chicken burgers are a tasty alternative to fatty ground beef. They're just as easy to make, and the BBQ flavor is perfect for a spring or summer cookout. Try whole-wheat buns for an added health bonus.
Eating at home gives you the power of portion control. Use salad plates to serve up this veggie, noodle and salmon dish instead of a piling a heaping portion onto a dinner plate as you would at a restaurant.
Enjoy this lighter version of a restaurant favorite (typically found breaded and fried) in the comfort of your own home. This one-dish dinner is crisp, filling, and loaded with veggies, not to mention virtually foolproof.
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