Pre low-sodium, we used to make a wonderful chicken stuffed with a goat cheese & pesto, wrapped with prosciutto, and baked to crispy perfection. Like many of our salty favorites, I filed it away with a sigh and the thought of, “never again.” Continue reading “Pesto & Goat Cheese Chicken”
Time for another Eating Out post! This time we take a look at Burger King. Like Red Robin, Burger King has a customizeable menu. As far as fast food goes, Joe has had the best luck with Burger King. They are everywhere, so whether you are out running errands and need a snack or on a long road trip and need dinner, it is a great option.
I have this rule in my kitchen. Well, okay, it isn’t so much a rule as it is a loose guide that I occasionally follow. This loose guide that I occasionally follow is to use the classics to make classic recipes. Continue reading “Beer Battered Fish”
French fries are a great comfort food, albeit one that is usually salt-laden. This low-sodium version is easy, and has the added bonus of being baked, which eliminates fat added through frying. Try these as a side with your favorite fried fish or grilled burger. Continue reading “Easy Baked Fries”
We have a treat today – soft, chewy, chocolate chip cookies infused with the nutty notes of brown butter. These cookies are great for satisfying a sweet tooth, and at only 16 mg of sodium per cookie, it’s perfectly fine that you can’t eat just one. Continue reading “Soft Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies”
Today I have got another dip for you. This one is super easy and pairs great with unsalted potato chips or fresh cut veggies. A simple combination of goat cheese, sour cream, Herbs de Provence, fresh ground black pepper, and green onion come together to form a creamy, satisfying dip. Continue reading “Quick and Creamy Herb Dip”
Hey there people! So, typically I spend time on my weekends testing recipes and getting photos and all that fun stuff. But the last couple of weekends I have been a busy bee, so I don’t have a new recipe to post for you this weekend. What I have instead is a list of five sneaky items that caught us by surprise when Joe was transitioning to a low sodium diet. Continue reading “Sneaky Sodium”