Low Sodium Turkey MeatloafBy Anthony ValentineBy throwing some things together one night I came up with this low sodium turkey meatloaf recipe. The end result is a delicious, moist turkey meatloaf with a nice crunchy crust. Meatloaf is always a good change of pace meal for my family and I. We use to never make meatloaf, but now that we've stumbled upon this recipe it seems like we make it once or twice a month now. If you're looking for a salt free turkey meatloaf, give this recipe a try and comment below to let me know what you think about it.Low Sodium Flatbread RecipeBy Anthony ValentineI'm a huge fan of quickly taking a few flatbreads out of the freezer to make some pizza for dinner. The frozen flat breads at the grocery store are great and very convenient, but they are almost always very high in sodium. One flatbread could be as high as 1000mg of sodium! I mean, I could personally eat one entire flatbread pizza...the small ones of course. So I decided to come up with a low sodium flatbread recipe so I could freeze my own flatbreads and make pizzas conveniently without getting slammed with tons of sodium. These low sodium flatbreads are super easy to make, and you can freeze them and use them for months. This recipe makes 8 flatbreads, and when individually wrapped and frozen, will last up to 6 months.Low Sodium Roasted Garlic Mashed PotatoesBy Anthony ValentineAnyone can boil potatoes and mash them up, but making mashed potatoes that are creamy and delicious can be difficult. Roasted garlic is a potatoes best friend and goes especially well with mashed potatoes. This low sodium garlic mashed potato recipe is very tasty and is sure to impress anyone you serve them to. I really like to roast a bunch of garlic before hand and keep it in the fridge for when I want to use it in recipes like this one. It's so simple to put a bunch of garlic cloves into an aluminum foil pouch, pop it in the oven and boom, delicious roasted garlic!Low Sodium Sweet & Spicy Thai Chili SauceBy cukebookMost Asian sauces contain high amounts of sodium, that goes for most store bought sweet chili sauces as well. You can expect anywhere from 200 - 400mg of sodium per 2 tbsp serving in the stuff you find at the store. This low sodium Thai chili sauce recipe uses a simple slurry to create a beautifully textured sauce that not only is very low in sodium, but is also very easy to make. If you're wondering how to make a thai chili sauce, I would give this recipe a try. Make sure to let me know how it tastes in the comments below.Low Sodium Honey Mustard RecipeBy Anthony ValentineHoney mustard has to be one of my favorite sauces. This particular low sodium honey mustard recipe has only .3mg of sodium per serving, which makes it a "very low sodium" condiment. This honey mustard goes great with salads, sandwiches, chicken tenders, grilled meats, veggies and more. The best part? You can pour it on!
Low Sodium Chicken Stock RecipeBy Anthony ValentineEver wonder...how do I make my own homemade low sodium chicken broth/stock? Are you sick of the store bought stock that's loaded with sodium and preservatives? Then you've come to the right place. I want to start off by saying that everyone makes has their own method to making stock, and there's a million different ways to do so. That being said, I've adapted this low sodium chicken stock recipe from a world class culinary text book I used while attending the University of New Hampshire, called Professional Cooking by Wayne Gisslen.Zucchini RecipesBy cukebookSweet Potato RecipesBy cukebookLow Sodium Sweet Potato & Turkey ChiliBy Anthony ValentineThis chili recipe is absolutely mouth watering! My mom has been making it for our family for some time now and I've finally decided to add it to the website. It's healthy, comforting, and low sodium. The good news? For anyone who loves leftovers...it tastes even better the following day! This low sodium turkey chili recipe has got to be one of my all time favorite chili recipes.
Don't have stock? Use water.
Want to use chicken? Go for it!
Want to use beef? Sure, use beef stock too!
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Chocolate Tea BreadBy Low Salt KitchenIt’s official… I am in love. For a chocolate lover who wants to partake but not indulge. A tidy combination of pantry staples crafts a dough that embraces the love of chocolate chips. Soooo in other words, this chocolate tea bread is magical and will have you raising your hand. Um, excuse me. This is low sodium? Yes!Healthy Creamy Garlic & Spinach Alfredo PastaBy Anthony ValentineAbsolutely mouth watering garlic and spinach alfredo recipe. By creating a simple compound roux with our garlic, we are able to create a beautiful, velvety alfredo sauce that is SURE to impress your friends. The best part about this recipe is that it's super easy to pull off and it can be thrown together in a short 30 minutes.
If you're like me and follow a low sodium diet, then you know that a dish like this is normally pretty difficult to pull off. A lot of alfredo recipes use tons of milk or cream, instead we're going to be using a 2:1 ratio of stock to the milk, which will help cut back the sodium, and phosphorus for that matter (for the CKD peeps). Salt-Free Mango Chutney RecipeBy Anthony ValentineThe perfect balance of sweet and spicy, this salt-free mango chutney recipe goes great over chicken, turkey and pork. I adapted this recipe from a restaurant I use to be the sous chef of in Portsmouth, NH called the Blue Mermaid. I fell in love with it there, and carried it over to my website here. If you're looking for a great tasting healthy chutney recipe than look no further. This low sodium chutney recipe is low so super easy and delicious and you can whip this up in around 30 minutes. If you enjoy this recipe, please comment below and share with your friends!