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What are some tasty but healthy recipes i can make?

My dad is concerned about his health so he asked me to find some healthy recipes. Do you know any that taste great but are healthy?

P.S I already know fruits and veggies and water are good for you. But what else?

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6 Responses to “What are some tasty but healthy recipes i can make?”

  1. La Vie Boheme said :

    Whole grains like brown rice, whole wheat pasta, quinoa, barley, beans.

    Limit oils and refined foods.

  2. Kinia said :

    Now with summer just around the corner I would recommend BBQ .
    In example chicken breast (spice with olive oil, salt, pepper, paprika –also if u like some minced garlic) with potato (w/fat free sour cream) and cucumber salad (cut cucumber, add plain yogurt, salt and pepper).

    Also instead chicken you can use pork chops – same seasoning.


  3. Ron P said :

    here r a couple of the easiest but best recipes my family just LOVES.

    pre-heat over to 350

    put chicken in baking pan and smother with italian dressing for extra flavor sprinkle parmesan cheese on top. YUMMY cover tightly with foil,
    throw it in oven for about 2 1/2 hours and u have your self a delicious meal the chicken just falls apart when u touch it with a fork. enjoy

    now if u want the same delicious meal that falls apart when u touch it with the fork do all the same steps above but instead of smothering in italian smother with a bottle of bar b que sauce. cover and cook 2 1/2 hours and tah dah dinner is served and your family will be happy
    my source is i have the worlds pickiest eaters and they love both of these and every time company comes over they ask me for my recipes to these chicken meals

  4. Joanne A. said :

    The main thing is to eat balanced meals.

    Oatmeal is GREAT for getting rid of cholesterol.
    100% Orange juice (no sugar added-red the container), or grape juice (no sugar added).
    One piece of toast.

    Healthy sandwiches.
    Hot stews or soups in wide mouth thermoses for at work (don’t forget the spoon).
    Cold chicken salads in wide mouth thermoses for work/school (don’t forget the fork and crackers).
    Fruit for dessert.

    A balanced plate such as:
    One meat/or fish/or chicken/or turkey (no to sausages).
    One vegetable.
    One starch which can be rice, or potatoes, or beans, or corn.
    Fruit for dessert.
    1. At your grocery store, buy the sealed PRE-COOKED meats that come is small packages such as the following. You can make two or three meals out of them:

    Beef tips with gravy,
    Roast with gravy,
    Pork roast,
    Baked ham,
    Pork chops,

    Just heat in your microwave; directions are on the packages. You will find these packages in the cold section (not the freezer). Ask a clerk to help you find these. They are delicious.

    Use these for your meat dish with a side dish or two of canned or frozen vegetables, beans, potatoes or sweet potatoes which can all be found on shelves or in the freezer section and they are already cooked.
    You can now buy bags of different flavors of precooked rice that you put into your microwave for a minute or two. These are on shelves at the grocery store. We like the chicken flavored best of all. Have a clerk help you find them.
    Real mashed potatoes that come in a bag…add water, butter, milk. Delicious. Read the directions.
    Buy top brand cans of stew for each person. Serve with cornbread, crackers, or toast.
    Soup and a grilled (fried) cheese sandwiches. Go to this video to see how to make a quick grilled cheese sandwich:
    Omelet with Cheese – Video:
    You can buy all types of salad greens in large packages now. Buy the ones that have been pre-washed. Add your own dressing which you can buy in bottles.
    2. The top brands of microwave frozen dinners are very good now. These come in single servings or in family sized bags. Follow directions. Look for the words “No Preservatives” marked on the box or package.
    Just add a canned or frozen vegetable as a side dish.

    Top brands of dinners that are found on shelves. No fridge needed. Add water, microwave. These are good to take to school or work. Follow directions on the containers.
    3. Video On How To Cook A Rib Eye Steak on Stove Burner (turn on your sound), click this link:
    4. Supermarket deli’s have pre roasted chickens, fried chickens, roast beef, and side dishes. You can stop in on the way home and grab a quick dinner to take home. I buy their roasted chicken often…they are delicious.
    5. Buy a crock pot. You put everything into the pot in the morning, set it on low for 8 hours, and your dinner will be ready for you when you come home in the evening! I kid you not. Be sure to read the instruction booklet.
    There is a recipe booklet that comes with the crock pot. You can buy crock pots at places such as your grocery store, Walmart, and etc.

    Here are 1,160 crock pot recipes:

    DON’T FORGET TO PLUG IT IN! This happens more than you would think. lol

    6. Salads. All types:

  5. Fiona said :

    It is great that you are doing this for your Dad.

    There are masses of recipes for healthy food at the site below. The added advantage is that very often you will get two meals from one so this saves your time, money and energy. I have included a favorite for you.

    Best Grilled Salmon Recipe with Teriyaki-style Glaze

    This has to be the best Grilled Salmon Recipe. Not only is it delicious, but it is simplicity, itself, to prepare.

    The Japanese Teriyaki-style sauce is a lovely twist and is further enhanced by the crushed coriander seeds. Sake is Japanese rice wine and mirin is a kind of sweeter rice wine with a distinctive flavor.

    This recipe can be grilled or baked – if you go the baked route, do so at a high heat (400° F / 200° C) for 5 – 10 minutes.
    # Easy
    # Preparation time: 5 minutes
    # Cooking time: 5 – 10 minutes
    # Serves 4


    # 1 lb 4oz / 600g salmon, cut into 4 fillet portions
    # 2 tablespoons sake
    # ¼ cup soy sauce
    # ¼ cup mirin
    # 2 tablespoons dark sugar
    # 1 tablespoon coriander seeds, crushed

    You will need a greased baking sheet.


    1. Heat the grill to a high temperature.
    2. In a pot, mix together the sake, soy sauce, mirin and sugar. Heat gently until the sugar dissolves and then simmer until the mixture thickens – about 3 – 5 minutes.
    3. Brush this mixture over the salmon fillets. Sprinkle over the crushed coriander seeds.
    4. Grill the fillets for 5 – 10 minutes, depending on the heat of your grill. Check the fillets after a few minutes and baste with any extra sauce.
    5. To my taste, the salmon is ready when the outside is cooked, but the inside is slightly underdone. You may cook yours until it is cooked all the way through if desired.
    6. Serve with mashed potatoes and a big salad or fresh asparagus.

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