Spotlight Recipe: Mediterranean Tuna Wrap
Fruity kalamata olives and olive oil give this tuna tons of flavor (you won’t miss the mayo). Parsley and lemon juice add the perfect amount of freshness.
Fruity kalamata olives and olive oil give this tuna tons of flavor (you won’t miss the mayo). Parsley and lemon juice add the perfect amount of freshness. Better still, it’s made with chunk light tuna, which is low in mercury.
Whether it's from the can or a fresh steak, tuna works for more than just the mayo-sodden salad. Try these healthy recipes.
Here is a basic Mediterranean Grain Salad. It's versatile dish -- make it with couscous, wheat berries or quinoa. Or try it with a medley and reap all their whole-grain benefits.
This is a day to honor the hard work you’ve done---so who wants to cook something lavish. Take it easy with this delicious and versatile chicken wrap. Use leftover chicken and whichever veggies you have laying around. Have the kids put together their own combinations—this will cut down on the ‘I don’t like this or that’ conversation and make your day that much easier.
These 259-calorie tuna steaks are packed with heart-healthy omega-3 fats and several energy-boosting B-vitamins.
Chutney is a simmered-down or pureed combo of fruit (or veggies), spices and herbs. Instead of deep frying or drowning your fish, pork or meat in heavy sauces, opt for a tangy bite of chutney instead.
Want something more exciting than bottled beer for your game-day bash? If your friends are Bloody Mary fans, this Mexican cocktail might be a winner. Lime and hot sauce liven up the flavor without adding calories.
Enjoy a refreshingly cool (and super healthy) soup this summer. Traditional gazpacho is a pureed mixture of fresh tomatoes, sweet bell peppers, onions, celery and cucumbers but don’t be afraid to get creative. Shake things up—blend a batch of watermelon, red pepper or white grape gazpacho instead.
Dig in to these delicious frozen treats that are reminiscent of Italian ices. Granita’s are harder in texture than sorbets and contain less sugar. To make a granita, cook up a simple sugar (combo of sugar and water) and add flavors such as coffee, mint, juice and wine along with fruit. Once the mixture has begun to freeze (it takes about 3 hours), scrape the ice crystals every so often as they start to form. Once frozen, scoop and serve.
You can't go wrong with chicken for a simple weeknight meal. Here are a few tried-and-true chicken recipes from Ellie Krieger -- all of which come in under 400 calories and 15 grams of fat per serving.
Picnic season has arrived. Fire up the grill, toss on the hamburgers and steaks and don’t forget about those scrumptious side salads. Instead of gobs of fat and oodles of calories, here are delicious (and healthy) versions of the classics.