5 Healthy Recipes for a New You

These 5 healthy recipes for a new you, ranging from turkey meatballs to cauliflower-tomato curry, will help you start off the New Year right.

A chicken burrito bowl with grilled chicken, quinoa, lettuce, cheese, corn, beans, guacamole, and purple corn chips
Spice-rubbed chicken is paired with a warm bean and corn salad, along with shredded romaine lettuce and cheese. A scoop of guacamole and a drizzle of lime sour cream are the pièce de résistance. The recipe makes a big batch of guacamole, so feel free to halve it if you’re not so avocado-obsessed.
Pieces of yogurt and spice marinated salmon on a piece of parchment on a baking sheet with cilantro, onion, and lime wedge garnishes on the side.
This yogurt and spice marinated salmon is a quick and easy weeknight meal made with pieces of fresh salmon that are coated in a harissa-spiced yogurt and roasted at high temperature.
Skillet steak peperonata and two slices of toasted baguette in a cast-iron pan.
This skillet steak peperonata uses the popular Italian sweet pepper, onion, garlic, and vinegar condiment to jazz up budget-friendly sirloin steak for a quick and easy weeknight meal.
Turkey Meatballs with Rice Noodle Salad
This easy, healthy combination of tender Asian-inspired turkey meatballs, rice vermicelli, ribbons of shaved vegetables, and a sticky-sweet hoisin glaze is our go-to weeknight favorite.
A metal pot filled with cauliflower and tomato curry with a ladle resting inside, and a bowl of rice, a bowl of chutney and a pile of cilantro stems on the side.
Cauliflower and tomato curry is a healthy and robust vegan dinner that's full of flavorsome spices that will fill your kitchen with warming aromas. Not to mention the exceptional job it does of filling bellies, too.



  1. At the start of this new year I feel once again to thank you for all the hard work you put into making my life easier! Your website is my go-to site for cooking inspiration. I know that whatever recipe I choose is going to taste good, which is more than I can say for the recipes in the myriad of cookbooks I own. I love the comments from your testers as well. They add that extra bit of confirmation that all or your recipes, tweaked or not, come out family friendly and taste bud ready! Thank you, David and staff, for all you do and continue to do.

    1. Why, thank you, Leigh! Your comment means so much. Please know that our readers, like you, liven and enrich the site as well.

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