A bit spicy, a bit sweet, and a whole lot of delicious, you are going to love these beef skewers. Why? Because they have delicious Asian flare, and miraculously do not blow a low sodium diet.
Soups are always a bit of a challenge with a low sodium diet, but are sooooooo welcome when you get one right. And this creamy chicken noodle soup with homemade dumpling-liked noodles gets it oh-so right.
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This version of a classic makes for a filling meal that brings together crusty puff pastry, creamy swiss cheese, peppers, onion, and beef. And by the way, it also makes for a great snack if you cut it into thinner strips (ahem – Superbowl). Continue reading “Philly Cheesesteak Braid”
Who doesn’t love burritos? Lose the high sodium tortilla and you can have a really great burrito bowl with the added bonus of being super adaptable for different diets. I keep my serving low-calorie by minimizing the rice & beans, and salt eaters can simply add cheese, salsa, olives, or even guacamole. Because it is so easy to adapt from plate to plate, I keep this recipe tucked away in my back pocket and pull it out when I need to cook for a group.
I am so glad that I am finally sharing this recipe with you. Is it because I want to enrich your lives with a creamy, delicious comfort food? Nope. It is because the photos make me so hungry. There is something about noodles and that sauce that makes me want to eat everything in sight. In fact, as I sit here typing this, I am eating some ice cream. And I had better get this post out fast because I’ve nearly finished the pint and I will undoubtedly want another snack if I have to look at these pictures much longer.
Did you know that you can have an amazing Chinese classic on a low sodium diet? You can. It takes a few adjustments, but it is really flavorful and at only 256 mg sodium per serving it makes a great sodium-friendly dinner. Continue reading “Kung Pao Chicken”
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”
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”