What's Your Healthy Dish for the New Year?

Trade ideas for healthy meals and recipes with other Patch readers.

It's Jan. 2 and you still haven't broken your New Year's resolution? Congratulations.

Chances are, your resolution has something to do with healthy living, so how about helping out others with the same lofty plans? Share your favorite healthy food or recipe in the comments below that you will rely on to stay healthy in the coming year.

To get things started, I heartily recommend this recipe for vegetable peanut stew with dumplings that I made for friends just the other night. What kind of meals do you make when you're trying to keep healthy? Tell us in the comments.

Check out The Green Beanie, Cupertino's own cooking vlogger who turns calorie-laden recipes into low-fat, healthy and delicious dishes.

Beatrice Karnes January 02, 2013 at 05:13 PM
I made this last night--one cup coconut water, one cup frozen berries. Blend. Fast, easy, delicious!
Joan S. Dentler January 02, 2013 at 05:33 PM
How about a roasted cauliflower----so easy. Cut up cauliflower toss with lemon, garlic and a bit of olive oil and roast at 400 for about 25 minutes. Finish it with some sea salt, ground pepper and a hit of Parmesan cheese.
Drew Himmelstein January 02, 2013 at 05:51 PM
One of my favorite healthy condiments is homemade yogurt sauce: whip up some plain, non-fat yogurt with a fork, add some minced garlic and salt, and put on top of anything. Fantastic on lentils, vegetables, etc.


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