Our 10 Most Popular Healthy Recipes

Out of hundreds of healthy recipes, these are your favorites.

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We've got hundreds and hundreds of healthy recipes, but these are the fan-favorites that you've made our top ten. Are your go-to healthy recipes on the list?

Alton's nourishing 5-star soup is packed with lentil and vegetables. Plus, it clocks in at 372 calories and 8 grams of fat per serving.

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Chcken Saltimbocca

Food Network's Chicken Saltimbocca

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Matt Armendariz, 2012, Television Food Network, GP. All Rights Reserved.

One bite and you'll see why Giada's Chicken Saltimbocca (made with tender chicken, leafy spinach, plus salty proscuitto and Parmesan) is a 5-star fan-favorite.

Fat-free evaporated milk, chicken broth and tangy extra-sharp Cheddar cheese makes a creamy base for this hearty soup with broccoli and red-skinned potatoes.

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Photo by: Matt Armendariz ©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Matt Armendariz, 2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

This super comforting dish with a crisp and cheesy top is made with Greek yogurt and lowfat milk to keep it light, yet luscious.

Pork Tenderloin with Seasoned Rub: Ellie Krieger

Photo by: Tara Donne

Tara Donne

A rub made with 6 spices and seasonings you probably already have in your pantry is the key to Ellie's tender pork dish.

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Marinate the chicken while you prepare the rest of the ingredients and this quick-cooking takeout classic is ready in under 30 minutes — that's faster than delivery, with less sodium and fat to boot.

Roman-style Chicken

Photo by: Tara Donne

Tara Donne

Giada's saucy, flavorful chicken is perfect for entertaining, since you can cook it ahead and simply heat it up when it's time to serve.

Guacamole: Alton Brown

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Tara Donne, Tara Donne

One dip and you'll see why Alton's guac recipe has received more than 800 sky-high reviews. To keep fat and calories in check, serve it with raw veggies and share with friends!

Barefoot Contessa's Roasted Brussels Sprouts

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Tara Donne, Food Network

Ina's tender, crispy sprouts are simply roasted with olive oil, salt and pepper for a classic side that you just can't beat. One reviewer said it even won the kids over: "My kids have always hated Brussels sprouts, until I cooked this recipe. They loved it!"

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FN_OvenBakedSalmon

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Armando Rafael Moutela

Claiming the top spot on our list is Ina's tried-and-true baked salmon. Keep this recipe in your back pocket for nights it seems you don't have time to cook dinner. It takes just 20 minutes from start to finish.

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