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Let's Get Healthy

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For a healthier approach to preparing fish, try this recipe for Pesto Salmon and Potatoes. Steam salmon and top it with bright, homemade pesto. Serve with new potatoes mashed with nutty Pecorino cheese.

Pesto Salmon and Potatoes : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Stock your pantry for less by buying grains like barley, rice, quinoa and oatmeal in bulk--they'll cost much less than boxed versions. Use quick-cooking barley for this Barley Risotto with Ham and Mushrooms recipe for a comforting, risotto-style grain dish.

Barley Risotto With Ham and Mushrooms : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Ellie's heart-healthy White Chili combines ground turkey with white beans, peppers, onions and spices to make for an incredibly flavorful bite.

White Chili : Ellie Krieger : Food Network

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Peanuts are high in good fat so sprinkle them on Ellie's favorite Aromatic Noodle Salad with Lime Peanut Sauce for an added crunch.

Aromatic Noodles with Lime Peanut Sauce : Ellie Krieger : Food Network

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Dried oregano, garlic and lemon turn a simple salad into a Greek-inspired Salad with Oregano Marinated Chicken for dinner tonight. Top the finished greens with grilled chicken for a complete meal.

Greek Salad with Oregano Marinated Chicken : Dave Lieberman : Food Network

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Cheesy Spinach Baked Penne: Making homemade tomato sauce for this recipe really allows you to control what goes into it. Here, it's mixed with chunks of mozzarella for extra bursts of cheesy goodness, along with cottage cheese for all the satisfying qualities of ricotta with only a fraction of the fat and calories.

Cheesy Spinach Baked Penne : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Whole-Wheat Brussels Sprout, Squash and Ricotta Pizza: This colorful pizza is packed with vitamin C, calcium, iron and fiber. We also reduce the amount of cheese (and fat) by dolloping fresh ricotta and sprinkling Parmesan on the pizzas after they're baked.

Whole-Wheat Brussels Sprout, Squash and Ricotta Pizza : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Tricolor Salad Pizzas: Save time by using store-bought whole wheat pizza dough for this simple pie. Cut down on the fat by using part-skim mozzarella and ricotta cheeses.

Tricolor Salad Pizzas : Ellie Krieger : Food Network

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Sweet Potatoes with Maple-Horseradish Butter: The combination of maple syrup, horseradish and butter in these slightly sweet and sharp spuds-perfect for your next holiday dinner-is a home run. You won't even notice that they're low in fat.

Sweet Potatoes with Maple-Horseradish Butter : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Salmon is a great source of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids and looks beautiful on a bed of vitamin C-rich broccoli. Topped off with colorful red pepper flakes and fresh cilantro, this bright, low-calorie meal takes under 20 minutes.

20-Minute Hoisin Skillet Salmon : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Pork Tenderloin Steaks with Wilted Cabbage and Apples: Pork tenderloin is not only quick-cooking, but budget-friendly too. Slice it to make pork "steaks" and serve it with cabbage and apples cooked in the flavorful cooking juices.

Pork Tenderloin Steaks with Wilted Cabbage and Apples : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Seared Tilapia with Asparagus and Spicy Mint Gremolata: Gremolata, a mixture of mint, lemon zest and garlic adds bright, fresh flavor to this seared tilapia dish.

Seared Tilapia with Asparagus and Spicy Mint Gremolata : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Light Spicy Zucchini and Tomato Casserole: By quickly broiling the zucchini first, you can ensure all the pieces will be evenly cooked once they get baked with the tomato sauce.

Light Spicy Zucchini and Tomato Casserole : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Shaved Cabbage and Brussels Sprout Salad: This salad comes together quickly, but giving the cabbage and Brussels sprouts extra time to rest in the creamy dressing before serving ensures that the vegetables have flavor in every bite.

Shaved Cabbage and Brussels Sprout Salad : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Herbed Farro Pilaf: Get your whole-grain fix with a salad made from nutty, chewy farro. You can find farro in the bulk bins at your grocery or heath-food store, or with the other packaged whole grains.

Herbed Farro Pilaf : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Seafood Salad: Add a tablespoon of brine from your jar of capers to the dressing to give this seafood salad a salty and sour dimension.

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Fig-and-Walnut Energy Bars: These super-fast granola bars are ready in less than 30 minutes, and the recipe makes enough for snacks all week long! Or, wrap them individually and freeze for up to three months.

Fig-and-Walnut Energy Bars : Ellie Krieger : Food Network

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Healthy Baked Cauliflower Tots will satisfy all of your cravings without tipping the scale.

Baked Cauliflower Tots : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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For a sweet, crunchy treat, Ellie turns to a surprise ingredient: wonton wrappers. Slice them into wedges, coat with sugar and five-spice powder, and bake until crisp.

Spiced Wonton Chips : Ellie Krieger : Food Network

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Kale is excellent for roasting! The tender leaves become crisp and crunchy when dressed in a light mixture of olive oil and kosher salt. Be sure to place the kale in one layer on the sheet tray — overcrowding will steam the kale rather than crisp it.

Goji Berry Trail Mix: Giada De Laurentiis' five-minute trail mix features nuts, raw seeds and dried apricots and Goji berries. Stir spoonfuls into Greek yogurt or have the snack on its own.

Goji Berry Trail Mix : Giada De Laurentiis : Food Network

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Holy moly, it's lighter guacamole, made with mashed avocados, peas and Greek yogurt.

Holy Moly Guacamole : Food Network Specials : Food Network

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Cottage cheese adds creaminess — and an extra boost of protein — to this Lighter Creamy White Bean Dip.

Lighter Creamy White Bean Dip : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Katie Lee's pickled strawberries are easy to make and taste awesome in salads. Try them in her spinach salad with poppy seed dressing.

Spinach Salad with Pickled Strawberries and Poppy Seed Dressing : Katie Lee : Food Network

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Orange Chicken Fingers: Lighten up traditional takeout fare by coating chicken in crushed rice cereal. Don't forget the sweet and tangy low-sugar orange dipping sauce made from marmalade and teriyaki sauce.

Orange Chicken Fingers : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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