Preview: "Make it Tonight" - EatingWell's Daily Healthy Recipe Feed
"Make it Tonight" - EatingWell's Daily Healthy Recipe Feed
Our daily recipe hand picked by the editors at EatingWell.com. One new recipe every day!
Moroccan Chickpea-Stuffed Acorn Squash
Wed, 12 Oct 2016 21:09:16 +0000
Think of this healthy vegetarian side dish recipe as a meatless tagine served in a squash bowl. Kabocha, sweet dumpling or carnival squash make good alternatives to acorn squash. To make this side a hearty vegetarian meal, serve 2 halves each.
Hoppin' John with Orange Bell Peppers
Wed, 12 Oct 2016 21:00:44 +0000
Loads of ham hocks, cured pork belly or even smoked turkey wings are usually key ingredients in this Southern dish. In this healthy Hoppin' John recipe, smoked paprika and cayenne pepper bring on the flavor. Ounce-for-ounce, these two spices contain roughly 2 1/2 times the beta carotene of boiled sweet potatoes. Serve as a main-dish stew or serve a smaller portion as a side along with some brown rice.
Rice Noodles with Butternut Squash & Five-Spice Shrimp
Thu, 13 Oct 2016 16:43:16 +0000
Noodle dishes like this one are often served as part of a Chinese New Year’s celebration to symbolize a long, healthy life. In this easy recipe, butternut squash adds another layer of meaning with a golden color evocative of a prosperous year to come.
Garlic Roasted Salmon & Brussels Sprouts
Mon, 31 Oct 2011 20:37:40 +0000
Roasting salmon on top of Brussels sprouts and garlic, flavored with wine and fresh oregano, is a meal that is simple enough for a weeknight meal yet sophisticated enough to serve to company. Serve with whole-wheat couscous.
African Sweet Potato & Chicken Stew
Fri, 21 Feb 2014 20:27:44 +0000
In this African peanut and chicken stew recipe, nutrient-rich sweet potatoes and no-salt-added tomatoes keep this creamy stew healthy. To complete the bowl, the flavorful chicken stew is served over whole-wheat couscous seasoned with lime juice and chopped fresh cilantro.
Turkey & Vegetable Meatloaf
This healthy meatloaf recipe uses ground turkey—which has a higher percentage of healthy unsaturated fat compared to ground beef—and it's loaded with colorful vegetables. You'll also love this recipe because it makes two loaves. That means you can eat one the night you bake it and save the other for the next day to enjoy as sandwiches (hot or cold, your choice) or set atop a salad of vinaigrette-dressed mixed greens.