Asian Baked Turkey MeatballsNow that the temperatures are cooling down and the holidays are around the corner, you may find yourself sifting through your recipes in search of your favorite fall appetizer for the next party. If your anything like me, you can never find where you put them…so we’ve got you covered with a healthful and simple appetizer recipe that offers a little sweet and spicy that the crowd is going to love! If making these turkey meatballs for dinner, place them on top of a plate of rice (brown or white), quinoa or cauliflower rice and serve with your favorite steamed green veggies on the side.Mango Ahi Tuna Poke BowlPoke is one of the freshest, tastiest and healthiest new food trends out there. Packed with protein and omega-3 fatty acids, it helps protect your heart by reducing the risk of developing heart disease, lowering blood pressure and heart rate.Chicken Chile-Lime NoodlesThis Chile-Lime sauce adds the right amount of tang and heat to a protein and veggie packed meal. You can use lo mein noodles or whole-wheat spaghetti noodles – it’s up to you! This recipe is perfect for a quick dinner or lunch when you don’t have much time to cook.Heart Healthy Chicken Lettuce WrapsThere are moments when I crave Chinese food and I search the house for my favorite restaurant’s take-out menu. Sometimes cooking just sounds exhausting, but it doesn’t have to be. The trick is finding yummy recipes that are quick and easy to make – if you can make them heart healthy, you win the bonus! This recipe is both heart healthy and packed with nutrients and great flavor.Ginger Roasted SalmonThere are several health benefits of salmon. A fatty fish, loaded with nutrients that is tasty, versatile and widely available no matter where you live. This fish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and a great source of protein.
There are several ways you can incorporate this fish into your diet. My favorite way to cook salmon is to roast it in the oven alongside broccoli flowerets and serve as is or on top of a serving of brown rice or quinoa.Rice Noodle Salad with VeggiesIf you are looking for a cold grab-and-go salad that offers a sweet and tangy bite that is nutritious and delicious…you came to the right place! This salad, also called bun in Vietnamese, is easy to make for a work lunch and delicate enough for a weekend meal during the summer months.Thai Grilled Chicken Legs with Sweet and Spicy Dipping SauceWhen I’m at the grocery store, I always sweep through the meat section for deals even if I don’t necessarily need anything. More times than not, I find a steal of a deal on chicken legs. I came up with this recipe because it’s so easy to make and tasty to eat, pleasing everyone with a little sweet and a little spicy.
Want in on a little secret? I prep the chicken in the morning to save time later. First, I clean up the chicken, then place in a Ziploc bag and store in fridge. That way when I get home, I can prep everything else and get to cookin!’
Turkey Lettuce CupsThis Asian inspired appetizer is a great starter when entertaining a large group or just you and your family. Both simple and delicious, whoever eats these yummy bites, will be back for seconds so you may need to make a double batch!Chicken or Tofu Dragon BowlTame your inner dragon with this healthy summer take on salad and create your own dragon bowl. Try this wholesome spin on a healthful meal that you and your guests can create in a cinch! A dragon bowl is a tasty, all-in-one-meal packed with healthy, diverse, colorful foods, both cooked and raw. A generous drizzle of your favorite Asian inspired dressing tops off this wonderful meal. These super bowls, or Buddha bowls can include flavors such as ginger, soy, garlic, Sriracha, tamari, tahini, nutritive yeast and/or wasabi. We've got you covered with a chicken and/or tofu inspired bowl that's packed full of nutrients and flavor.
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