Posted 1:05 AM 6/2/2011 by From the Editors of Live Right Live WellPizza, healthy? Start with chicken breast strips, which have minimal saturated fat, making them a more nutrient-rich choice than sausage and pepperoni. Cook off your own boneless, skinless chicken for the strips, or buy time-saving bags of precooked chicken strips. Whether you use full-fat cheese or (More)
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Posted 1:06 AM 5/26/2011 by From the Editors of Live Right Live Well
Wrap up an easy, flavorful and filling lunch with Korean spiced beef in lettuce leaves. This version of the classic Korean dish, bulgogi, starts with lean beef marinated in the five harmonized flavors of Korean cooking: salty, sweet, sour, hot and bitter. Sirloin, one of 29 lean cuts of beef (More)
Posted 1:03 AM 5/18/2011 by From the Editors of Live Right Live Well
Rhubarb is actually a vegetable, but it’s traditionally served in a sweet pie or crisp. Give it an image update with this zesty chutney. Chutney -- a traditional Indian mixture of vinegar, sugar, spices and fruit -- is the perfect accompaniment for poultry, pork, lamb, fish and cheese. (More)
Posted 1:04 AM 5/11/2011 by From the Editors of Live Right Live Well
Enjoy the essence of spring with this flavorful and easy soup. Green peas -- even the frozen variety -- are filled with protein, antioxidant vitamins A and C, and fiber. Combine them with carrots, onion, garlic, lemon and fresh mint to create a colorful and refreshing weeknight meal. Just add (More)
Posted 1:09 AM 5/4/2011 by From the Editors of Live Right Live Well
Mother’s Day breakfasts and graduation brunches call for coffee cake, so make yours as nutrient-rich as possible. Blueberries and Meyer lemon juice and zest star in this coffee cake, which is made with whole-grain oats and whole-wheat flour. The Meyer lemon is a citrus fruit native to (More)
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Posted 1:05 AM 4/28/2011 by From the Editors of Live Right Live Well
Combine spinach, arugula and walnuts for an earthy, flavorful pesto that contains nearly half your daily vitamin A and numerous immune-boosting antioxidants -- including heart-healthy omega-3s from walnuts. Use packages or containers of prewashed spinach and arugula to keep it simpler. (More)
Posted 1:06 AM 4/22/2011 by From the Editors of Live Right Live Well
A fresh mix of springtime ingredients, this nutritious side dish blends broccolini, asparagus and sugar snap peas with the bright flavors of ginger and orange zest. Broccolini is a cross between broccoli and kai-lan, a Chinese broccoli. It’s milder than regular broccoli, and the long, thin (More)
Posted 1:07 AM 4/14/2011 by From the Editors of Live Right Live Well
Pancakes for a crowd couldn’t be easier to make when they’re baked in one big pan! Pour this fiber- and nutrient-rich batter -- filled with whole grains, banana and macadamia nuts -- in a rimmed sheet pan and then oven-bake. Whole-wheat flour, oats and flaxseed provide 100 percent (More)
Posted 1:01 AM 4/13/2011
Makes 5 servings
Ingredients1/4 cup cold water1 0.25-ounce envelope unflavored gelatin1 11-ounce can mandarin oranges in light syrup1/4 cup sugar1 1/2 cups orange juiceWhipped topping (optional)
Directions1. Pour 1/4 cup of (More)
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Posted 1:01 AM 4/6/2011
These quick treats are fun to make with kids because all you need is a bowl and fork. Measure out the ingredients first for easy assembly (which is a great tip for grown-ups too!).Makes 20 barsIngredientsNonstick cooking spray1 1/2 cups all-purpose (More)
Posted 1:03 AM 4/4/2011 by From the Editors of Live Right Live Well
In-season mango shares the stage with jicama and black beans for a colorful and zesty salsa that can also be served as a salad. It’s the perfect dish to bring to any celebration or gathering. Make sure the lime juice is ready before dicing the jicama, as it helps keep the jicama from (More)
Posted 1:06 AM 3/31/2011 by From the Editors of Live Right Live Well
Toss two traditional Mediterranean beans -- chickpeas and fava -- with a lemon- and parsley-infused dressing to create the freshest of springtime salads. Fava beans, also known as broad beans, are ancient; they’ve been part of eastern Mediterranean diets since 6,000 B.C.! Roasting whole (More)
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