Soups and Salads
Perfect combination of fall flavors
This is a lovely side dish for chicken or fish.
Mix pasta, spinach, beets, onion and walnuts in a salad bowl. Combine maple syrup, vinegar and olive oil in a small jar and shake well. Pour over salad. Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate until you're ready to eat.
Each serving contains about 333 calories, 20 g protein, 2 g fat (5 percent calories from fat), 0 mg cholesterol, 63 g carbohydrates, 15 g fiber, and 204 mg sodium.
This nutty salad is chock full of vegetables and complementary flavors.
A perfect dressing for a perfect party vegetable.
Fresh, delicious, and ready to serve in short order - a super salad that's perfect for parties - or dinner at home.
This is a picture-pretty first course for a summer meal. Make in advance and serve chilled.
Blue cheese is this salad's secret ingredient.
Each serving contains about 257 calories, 24 g protein, 5 g fat (18 percent calories from fat), 63 mg cholesterol, 30 g carbohydrates, 3 g fiber, and 195 mg sodium.
A flavorful soup that's a snap to prepare.
The perfect solution for that leftover chicken!
A salad that provides a host of health benefits.
If your ingredients are flavorful, you don’t need a lot of fat. One Italian sausage link will do. Once your beans are cooked, this soup takes no time at all.
A protein-packed vegetable soup.
What a combo: chickpeas, red bell pepper, cucumber, celery, and grape tomatoes.
Cook this soup for about an hour, or until the grains are tender.
A fast and delicious meal that's perfect for lunch or dinner.
This casserole uses chunks of fresh salmon with lots of healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
A 3-ounce serving of the best steak possible is the centerpiece of this large salad. Cook the steak on an indoor, two-sided contact electric grill.
Layer the ingredients in a large salad bowl, then add the dressing and cheese just before serving.
A salad that's packed with protein.
Flavored with fresh rosemary, this salad is perfect for a summer outing.
You can buy ready-made raspberry mustard, but you won’t find the depth of flavor you get when you mix your own.
Roasting really brings out the flavors of this delicious combination.