The following sites are great resources for getting started cooking healthy food and for trying out something new.
|The Food Network website includes a Healthy Eating Guide featuring many recipes. A few examples: grilled sweet potato wedges, smoky kale chips, and easy mushroom quesadillas. Be sure to check out recipes from Healthy Appetite with Ellie Krieger, resident registered dietitian on the Food Network.|
|The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, formerly the American Dietetic Association provides recipes from this year’s National Nutrition Month, including low-fat oven-fried chicken, spicy black beans and tropical breeze smoothie.|
|The Mayo Clinic also features healthy recipes along with nutrition facts, such as: barbecue chicken pizza, avocado salad with ginger-miso dressing, and peach crumble.|
|Healthy Meals from Real Simple showcases recipes such as: fresh vegetables with dressing, glazed salmon with broccoli and rice, and turkey and bean chili.|
|The Produce for Better Health Foundation provides recipes for different kinds of fruits and vegetables and allows you to search by category or color. A few examples are: broccoli mandarin orange salad, vegetable frittata, and Mediterranean spinach.|
|This Ultimate Cooking Resource Guide provides numerous cooking resources for both the novices and the experienced. For example, Supercook, a website for reverse engineering recipes, 10 Dishes Every Beginner Cook Should Master, and 100+ Kid Friendly Recipes.|