12 Recipes for Heart-Healthy No-Cook Dinners
Who said a salad couldn't go on a sandwich? Add your favorite fresh herbs, tangy feta cheese, and lemon to this creamy cucumber filling.
This five-ingredient salad is the epitome of simplicity. It's also brimming with Super Bowl Sunday potential.
A healthy green goddess dressing made from avocado, buttermilk, and herbs is used in this cucumber, tomato, Swiss cheese, and chickpea salad recipe. The extra dressing goes well with grilled vegetables.
This lentil, feta, and apple salad is a filling vegetarian entree that comes together quickly. To save time, use drained canned lentils--just look for low-sodium varieties and rinse them before adding them to the salad.
This Asian-inspired dinner salad has terrific crunch, thanks to sugar snap peas and napa cabbage. Give the dressing a kick of heat by adding a bit of sambal oelek, an Indonesian hot sauce that you can find in most large supermarkets and Asian grocery stores.
The celery and apple provide crunch to the tuna salad in this simple recipe, as well as a hint of sweetness. To bind everything together and add a tangy, creamy finish, we use Greek-style yogurt instead of mayonnaise.
White beans are seasoned with ras el hanout, a Moroccan spice blend that includes cinnamon, cumin, turmeric, ginger, cardamom, and ground black and red pepper in this light and refreshing salad.
Serve alongside soup or a half sandwich, or top with grilled chicken or roasted salmon for a complete and easy healthy meal.
In this light salad, spicy baby arugula is combined with crisp Persian cucumbers and celery. The mild, buttery flavor of the Italian Castelvetrano olives complements the flavor of the tuna.
This simple vegetarian cucumber sandwich is inspired by elote, a Mexican street corn dish. For a tasty filling, we flavor cucumber slices with cotija cheese, lime, and cilantro instead of corn.
Nuoc cham is best known as a Vietnamese dipping sauce that combines sugar, lime juice, and fish sauce to create the perfect balance of sweet, sour, and salty.
This three-ingredient lunch elevates a packaged salad kit by incorporating two pantry staples: cherry tomatoes and white beans. The Mediterranean flavor profile works well here, but another combination would be equally simple and satisfying.
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