Top 5 Healthy Classic Video Recipes

Whitefish Tacos & Sautéed Peppers & Onions

Tilapia, walleye or cod work really well in this simple, fast dinner. It takes almost as long to sauté the vegetables as it does to cook the fish so be aware that things move quickly in this recipe. Make your own tartar sauce by mixing together a little mayo, Greek yogurt, parsley and pickle relish. 

Quinoa Ground Beef Stuffed Peppers

Quinoa can be a protein-rich replacement for rice and is sometimes referred to as a “superfood” because of the bounty of extra nutrients. Quinoa mixed with lean ground beef, onions and Parmesan makes a hearty filling for sweet bell peppers. Save the pepper tops and place them back on the stuffed pepper before serving.

Hawaiian Marinated Flank Steak

This flank steak recipe gets a nice dose of salty Asian flavors combined with sweet honey and pineapple juice. Marinate for 45 minutes and grill or go with the skillet/oven method (sear in the skillet then finish baking in the oven). Steak feels decadent, but it’s healthy because it’s made with simple ingredients and doesn’t go overboard on portions.

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Grapefruit Feta Salmon Salad

Grapefruit and feta probably seem like an unlikely pairing to go with salmon, but it works. 
Let this broiled salmon, atop greens, chopped walnuts, grapefruit sections and crumbled feta, be your inspiration for future, interesting salads that prove healthy isn’t boring!

Cranberry Glazed Chicken Breasts

This chicken dish is a kid-friendly favorite, and it’s so easy. It’s just 5 ingredients. The trick is to sauté the chicken breasts and then deglaze the pan with the cranberry mixture. The video demonstrates it quite well. Here’s another tip: use up leftovers, putting the chicken in a tortilla or a lettuce leaf and pack it for lunch.

"The more you cook, the easier it gets. The easier it gets, the more you cook." - Mary