Many recipes are either low sodium or on their way to being low sodium. These recipes either need slight modifications or are good by themselves. Most simply don't need that 1/4 tsp of salt and are still flavorful. Make sure to look at the nutrition facts if they are available and watch out for high sodium offenders.
This Indian twist on the traditional Thanksgiving dish of roasted butternut squash is supereasy: After tossing the squash and chickpeas with curry and cayenne, Melissa roasts them, then drizzles the dish with a cooling cilantro-spiked yogurt sauce.
Slow Cooker Chicken Verde - Serve up this savory Southwestern-style entrée, loaded with tomatillos, onion, and roasted poblano and jalapeño peppers. Corn tortillas and a simple green salad round out the menu.
Meaty portobellos are especially good for adding substance and flavor to this soup, but shiitakes or other mushrooms will work well, too. You can also add a ham hock to the pot while the split peas cook, if you like.Plus: More Soup Recipes
Slow Cooker Red Beans and Rice. It was kind of bland. It is also a little misleading because it says slow cooker but the only thing that goes in the slow cooker is the red beans and some seasoning. Still make the rice per the directions.
Black Bean Guacamole A twist on traditional guacamole, this dip is filled with fiber-rich black beans and protein-packed Greek yogurt, plus heart-healthy fats from the avocados. Dip a few tortilla chips or fresh veggie.