Cucumber Dill Salmon

cucumber dill salmon ~ salmon filet topped with creamy cucumber dill sauce served with brussels sprouts

Dinner | September 19, 2018 | By

Cucumber Dill Salmon ~ pan seared salmon topped with a creamy Greek yogurt, cucumber-dill sauce with a hint of lemon. This easy recipe is ready in just 20 minutes without any sour cream!

Today I’m throwing back to a few years ago when I first published this recipe. I’ve updated the photos to show how drool-worthy this recipe is and added a video to show how easy it is to make this recipe in under 20 minutes.

A few ingredients come together to form the cucumber dill sauce, but friends, sour cream and mayonnaise are not among them. 


Mexican Stuffed Peppers

Mexican Stuffed Peppers ~ seasoned ground beef, rice and black beans topped with cheese and baked in colorful bell peppers and a bold enchilada sauce.

Dinner | September 10, 2017 | By

Easy Mexican Stuffed Peppers ~ bell peppers packed with bold flavored ground turkey or lean beef, brown rice and black beans topped with cheese and baked in zesty enchilada sauce. A delicious healthy Mexican dish that doesn’t sacrifice taste.


The inspiration for these easy Mexican Stuffed Peppers recipe came from our garden, which is overrun with tomatoes and bell peppers. Of course, these beautiful peppers are available year ’round at your nearest grocery, too.

This Mexican version of stuffed peppers takes full advantage of our love of spicy food. It’s also a healthy Mexican food option that doesn’t leave you . . . well, stuffed.  


Turkey Meatballs and Marinara

Turkey Meatballs and Marinara: Tender, juicy meatballs seared then simmered in robust marinara sauce. Healthy twist on a classic without sacrificing taste.

Dinner | February 27, 2017 | By

If you think beef is the only way to go with meatballs, think again. Turkey Meatballs and Marinara are pan-seared then braised in rich, robust marinara for a dish that not only your family will love but it’s classy enough (if you’re the type that has classy friends) for company too.

While I could be perfectly content with old-school marinara my husband is a card-carrying carnivore that needs meat and actually believes it improves his life. Who am I to argue?

These turkey meatballs won over the carnivore who calls them “fowl balls“. I can’t make this stuff up. They’ll win over your pickiest eater, too.