Use Meyer lemon sauce to update a chicken meal. These sweeter, less acidic lemons have a nice zesty smell.
While the salmon broils, the veggies and sauce are cooked in one pan. Salmon contains B vitamins, potassium, and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
This simple pesto shrimp may be served with crusty bread, spaghetti, rice, or pizza. Look for preservative-free shrimp to avoid textural changes and salt. Refrigerated pesto is bright and fresh, but handmade traditional basil pesto will make the dish memorable.
Serve this spring-vegetable-packed frittata with arugula and crusty toast. Tip: This meal cooks rapidly, so have all ingredients available.
For a lighter sauce, remove the skillet drippings before creating the sauce if sea bass is strong-flavored. With caramelized lemon overtones, the wine-butter sauce complements the entrée.
Pistachios and panko breadcrumbs on halibut fillets add crunch and vitamin B6, which regulates blood sugar. We prefer halibut's firm texture and mild flavor, but cod, haddock, or tilapia can be used instead.
Grilled fish, veggies, and a charred lemon-garlic vinaigrette evoke summer's smokiness. Asparagus and zucchini grill quickly and go well with salmon.
Kimchi, garlic, and ginger paste flavor the soup, which cubed tofu absorbs. Drain your favorite kimchi before adding. A fried egg gives this vegetarian kimchi-tofu soup protein.