This veggie-packed dish uses low-sodium chicken broth and low-sodium teriyaki sauce. Make both of them staples in your pantry: We promise that you and your kids won't know the difference!
Most of us add a pinch or two of salt when cooking. Try skipping this step -- remember that 1/4 teaspoon of salt contains 600mg of sodium, over 1/3 the recommended daily value. These chicken strips are a kids' classic, with no extra salt necessary.
Expanding the flavors you cook with is a great way to ease your family off a high-salt diet. The sweet sauce and zesty spices in this one-dish dinner provide a tasty alternative to a run-of-the-mill savory dish.
Who needs salt when you have the sweet flavor of pineapple and the zest of lime juice? Replacing salt with acidic flavors like vinegar, lemon and lime will help create delicious and satisfying dishes.
Try switching up your usual salty chicken or fish recipe with a tasty sweet-based sauce or glaze. ith this recipe, you can enjoy a delicious low-calorie fish dish in just 30 minutes.
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