By Robert J. Matthews
This dish smells and tastes great. It's like veggie pizza in a pan, with melted cheese, diced tomatoes seasoned with herbs, and fresh basil.
Preheating the baking sheets helps the vegetables caramelize, which gives this spicy dinner more layers of flavor.
There is a polyunsaturated fat in salmon called omega-3 fatty acids that can help reduce inflammation and may even help lower blood pressure.
Salmon that is high in omega-3s is placed on top of a mixture of orzo that is baked in the oven instead of boiling on the stove.
In this Asian-style dish recipe, ginger, garlic, and tamari are mixed with eggplant to make it taste great.
It's a little spicy because it has hot pepper in it, but you can choose sweet if you'd rather.
Tuna noodle casserole is made with a creamy pesto sauce, sweet shallots, and limp spinach.
Any tuna that is packed in water will do, but albacore tuna is best because it keeps its shape well after being mixed in.
It's baked to perfection and then topped with fresh tomatoes, crisp iceberg lettuce, and creamy avocado, just like a regular taco.