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Low Sodium Recipes

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Mexican Crab Tortilla Soup

 

For this soup, tortillas are crisped in the oven, then added to the soup at the last minute.

 

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Tropical Salsa

This salsa has great tropical flavors. Use as an appetizer dip, or add to fish for extra visual and taste appeal.

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Chinese Chow Mein Chicken Salad

This salad normally calls for chow mein noodles. However, the sodium level of commercially available chow mein noodles is high (a cup has 197 mg of sodium). We recommend the noodles that you fry

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Lemon Pepper Seared Salmon

Salt free seasonings make it easy to add a lot of flavor without adding sodium for those that are watching their intake. Crispy and flavorful this makes a healthy piece of fish that when combined w

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Monterey Fish with Lemon Caper Sauce

Avocado slices make a mellow and attractive garnish for this tangy fish dish. Halibut or salmon are also delicious with the tangy citrus sauce.

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This salad normally calls for chow mein noodles. However, the sodium level of com...

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This thick butter cream is sinfully rich and is made without the usual raw egg....

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This salsa leaves some of the avocado in chunks, adding a different element of tex...

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Paellas are usually made with rice (anroz), but in North Afirica they prefer to us...

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This chutney is a delicious and colorful complement to turkey, chicken or pork....

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Baked apples make a wholesome and delicious treat and any time of day.  These are...

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Easy soup that tastes grat after a hard day at work.  I ahve also made this soup ...

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A quick and easy cabbage salad that offers versatility to your dinner, as you can ...

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If your time is limited, this sauce is truly easy to prepare.  It can be made ah...

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