Healthy Winter recipes
A re you resolving to eat more healthily but finding that cold cereal and salads just aren't cutting it this time of year? Epicurious is here to help you in your quest for breakfast,lunch,and dinner recipes that may be light in calories,fat,and carbs but are still high in flavor. And,best of all,these warming and hearty recipes are perfect for this blustery season.
You don't have to give up red meat to eat healthilysome cuts of beef have less total fat and saturated fat than a chicken thigh. To choose the leanest cuts,the American Dietetic Association suggests buying meat with the words "loin" or "round" in the name,such as sirloin,tenderloin,top round steak,and eye of round. Make your chosen cut even healthier by trimming any visible fat. In addition,grass-fed beef tends to be lower in saturated fat and cholesterol than conventionally raised varieties,as does bison,which has a good beefy flavor. Just make sure to cook these leaner meats slowly at a lower temperature,as they have a tendency to be a bit drier than high-fat beef.
Simply prepared vegetables would be an excellent accompaniment to any of these dishesyes,even breakfast. But don't stymie their healthful potential by piling on butter,margarine,cream,or salt. A light spritzing of olive oil and fresh herbs enhance rather than mask vegetables' naturally delicious flavors. Go easy on oil when sautéing,and consider even lighter preparations such as steaming and poaching.
Chef Nancy Russman's healthy recipes help kids to pack for school — The Courier-Journal
"Kids will eat anything they make themselves; well, they'll taste it anyway," chuckles chef Nancy Russman. Russman has been teaching kids how to cook for two decades at the Family Scholar House's healthy cooking classes.
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