What are sliders? Mini burgers served on a platter, often shared. For a hearty meal, serve two sliders to each person with a cabbage slaw. Or, for a light lunch, serve one slider with cut-up fresh fruit.
For a new twist on white chili, add black beans at the end of cooking! And for an easy meal accompaniment, serve bowls of this chili with a few baked tortilla chips on the side.
A sumptuous recipe! Portobello mushrooms are meaty in texture, making them great for sandwiches.
Full of spinach and tomatoes, this meal supplies you with an extra boost in vitamins A and E and several antioxidants. Serve it with orzo rather than potatoes for a nontraditional accompaniment.
Breakfast for dinner? You bet! Transform the traditional breakfast omelet into a dinnertime item by adding tomato slices or a green salad as a serve-along with this savory egg dish.
“Panko” means “breadcrumbs” in Japanese. These jagged-edged breadcrumbs have a coarse texture and absorb less oil, helping them stay crunchier longer than regular breadcrumbs.
Substituting cooked fresh crabmeat for the imitation crabmeat in this recipe greatly reduces the sodium.
Tuna, walnuts and canola oil provide an abundance of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids in this appealing salad.
To complement the rich, slightly sweet red pepper flavor of paprika, serve these chops with grilled tiny new potatoes and a salad of mixed baby greens, sweet onion and tomatoes with a sherry vinaigrette.
Colorful and refreshing, the strawberry-pineapple salsa in this dish also goes well with grilled, seasoned chicken breasts or pork loin chops.
Start with a reduced-sugar marmalade for a simple, sweet-tasting glaze that’s delicious on both chicken and pork. To complete the meal, just add rice pilaf and grilled asparagus.