By steaming the clams, your brain will benefit from every ounce of B12 good...
By steaming the clams, your brain will benefit from every ounce of B12 goodness (42mcg per serving); as the clams steam, their juices will drip down into the pot to create a wonderfully flavorful, healthy broth. Hence the “sop sauce”—you’ll want to slurp or soak up every drop. Fresh clams should be closed or just slightly opened before steaming; you’ll know they’re ready when they open up nice and wide.
If using a crown of broccoli, trim into florets and place in a steamer bask...
If using a crown of broccoli, trim into florets and place in a steamer basket over a saucepan filled about halfway with boiling water. Cover and steam 4 minutes or until the florets are crisp-tender. Add a little crushed red pepper to the sauce if you’d like a little heat. Serve alongside Tofu and Vegetable Lo Mein.
Dumplings are always a crowd pleaser, as folks just never can seem to get e...
Dumplings are always a crowd pleaser, as folks just never can seem to get enough of them, with their savory filling, chewy-tender wrappers, and salty dipping sauce. These healthy recipes are lower and calories and sodium than any takeout version. They're surprisingly easy to make at home, too, especially if you use an easy folding technique to seal them. And with dumplings, you don't need any special equipment for cooking; simply fry or steam. You can prepare the filling a day ahead, then assemble the dumplings shortly before cooking.
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