Low Fat Recipes

Great Green Salad Great Green Salad
Simple yet flavorful, serve this delicious salad to your guests. Its packed with omega 3's, fiber and antioxidants.
Green Curry Salad Green Curry Salad
With its bright tastes and crunchy textures, this is a crowd-pleaser. Just beware: it has to be eaten right away, so whatever you do, don’t add the dressing until just before you’re ready to serve.
Home-Style Squash and Pinto Beans Home-Style Squash and Pinto Beans
High in fiber and low in fat, this dish is great for lowering cholesterol while enjoying a hearty meal.
How to Can Peaches How to Can Peaches
When the peaches are ripe and full of flavor, it's time to can them for the winter. Check your local farmer's market, grocery stores or U-Pick farms for the best deals. This recipe uses grape juice concentrate instead of sugar.
How to Make and Can Applesauce How to Make and Can Applesauce
If your family loves applesauce and you have an apple tree in your backyard, this is a no-brainer! If your neighbors have extra apples to share, take them up on their offer or look for sales on apples at your local farmer's market or grocery store.
Indian Potato, Peas and Kale Indian Potato, Peas and Kale
In India, kale isn't very common. But, when our chef, Sapna, moved to the US, she wanted to use this nutritious green in a favorite family recipe.
Italian Florentine Soup Italian Florentine Soup
Learn to make this tasty soup from Chef Mark Reinfeld and get tips on how to create hundreds of different soups.
Italian Seasoning Mix Italian Seasoning Mix
Spice seasoning blends are convenient and economical to make at home. Use this blend in your favorite Italian style dishes.
Lentil and Bulgur Salad Lentil and Bulgur Salad
The garlic in this tangy salad contains a potent cancer-fighter called allicin, which has been shown to help the body eliminate carcinogens and slow the growth of cancer cells. Serve this salad with wedges of fresh pita bread for a very satisfying meal.
Lentil Artichoke Stew Lentil Artichoke Stew
The artichokes in this stew add fiber, vitamin C, and folate. This aromatic and tasty Middle Eastern dish is great served alone or over brown rice or pasta. Using fire-roasted tomatoes is not essential, but they will give the stew a delicious smoky flavor.