Vegetable and Tofu Stir Fry by Mina Goodman, RDNThis flavorful vegetarian dish is simple to make and is a great recipe for food prepping. The texture of the fried tofu and fresh veggies makes this a satisfying meal option.Quinoa and Black Bean Salad by Brandon Bolton, RDNWhether you are vegetarian or just looking for a healthy meal, we've got you covered with this delicious and nutritious Quinoa and Black Bean Salad that's packed with plenty of protein and fiber to help keep you feeling fuller longer. Easy to make ahead and store in containers for those days you're on the go. Salmon 3 Ways by Stephanie Olzinski, RDNSalmon is one of the most nutritious foods you can eat. This fatty fish is loaded with healthful nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, protein, B vitamins, and many others. The American Heart Association recommends eating 2 servings of fish each week. Try salmon 3 different ways and serve with a side of stewed veggies or a salad and a portion of brown rice or quinoa for a tasty and complete meal.Quinoa Stuffed Tomatoes by Stephanie Olzinski, RDNDid you know tomatoes are a delicious fruit that is rich in lycopene - an antioxidant that may help reduce your risk of heart disease and cancer while improving your skin health? This recipe offers a simple way to make the tomato the star of your meal while incorporating the healthful benefits of quinoa, a grain packed with protein and fiber making this dish a complete meal for lunch or dinner.Pumpkin Pasta with Italian Sausage & ArugulaMost of us can’t get enough pumpkin sweets in the fall and then what? Well, pumpkin is still a beneficial superfood in the winter months and makes an amazing nutrient dense savory dish when it becomes cold outside and your looking for a quick meal to make in between holiday shopping while getting your home cleaned and decorated for entertaining. Try this recipe that’s bursting with savory flavors from the fennel in the Italian sausage to the spice of the arugula. The creaminess of the pumpkin sauce as it binds to the pasta will create a delicious bite that will help bring all these savory flavors together. Cauliflower Rice Stuffed PeppersGet rid of those extra calories and carbs in most traditional stuffed pepper recipes and cross over to a healthier version that is loaded with nutrients without sacrificing great flavor! We are swapping that white rice for cauliflower “rice.” Use any color pepper you have on hand and pack up those left overs for work the next day.
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