“Good For You” and So Much More
When it comes to convincing your family to give a healthy new meal a try, the fact that it’s “good for you” isn’t always its strongest selling point. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be—at least not if you’re making one of these recipes Sure, they’re fresh and nutritious, packed with the real-food nutrition we all know we need; but they’re also bursting with color, flavor and just the sort of spring-fresh appeal we can’t help but crave.
- Here is a joke for you all: How do you make gold soup? Put 24 carrots it in! Well, while our Curried Carrot Soup doesn’t contain real gold, it gives off a golden hue, is rich in flavor, and will have you feeling like a million bucks thanks to the variety of vitamins and fiber that carrots contain.
- Think you’ve cooked the trusty ol’ chicken breast every way imaginable? Give these Golden Chicken Breasts a try and you’ll realize that America’s go-to protein still has the potential to surprise. Baked in a sauce of fruit preserves, Kikkoman Rice Vinegar and Soy Sauce, it hits all the right sweet, sour and savory notes.
- • You know it’s spring when you actually want to turn a big, refreshing salad into a whole meal. When that salad is packed with kiwis, strawberries and tender chunks of chicken—like this Light Chicken & Fruit Salad—what a meal it is! The real clincher is the dressing: creamy lemon yogurt combined with mint leaves and Kikkoman Soy Sauce.
- They say that the more colors you pack onto a plate, the more nutrition you get with every bite. By that calculation, these Asian Style Grilled Veggie Packets simply burst with nourishment. They’ve got reds, yellows and greens galore, making them a feast for the eyes and the body alike. And with help from Kikkoman Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce , they’re a treat for the taste buds, too.