Good eating made light! With these delicious dinner recipes, we show you how to eat light without sacrificing flavor. Choose from lasagna, chicken dishes, and more -- all made with less fat but plenty of flavor.
Olives, apricots and dates might sound like an odd trio, but trust us: this Moroccan dinner packs a mind-blowing amount of flavor into each bite.
Fresh vegetables and seasonings are added to foil packets of shrimp and beans, then served over toasted country-style bread for a satisfying seafood main dish recipe.
If your family won't touch a meatless pizza, sprinkle on some sliced chicken sausage.
Cinnamon, cloves, brown sugar, vinegar, and tomato paste give this quick stir-fry dish the distinctive flavor of a Greek stew.
All the ingredients of the ever-popular Reuben sandwich--corned beef, sauerkraut, and Swiss cheese--top this tasty pizza.
Spicy, warm, and delicious, this butternut squash soup recipe includes a Thai twist with the added flavors of curry and coconut milk.
Oriental oyster sauce gives stir-fried vegetables an exiting taste for this meatless main-dish recipe. For an option and more protein, add chicken breast strips.
Stir-fried pad thai is traditionally a carb and fat-packed nutritional nightmare. This skinny swap is full of vegetables, protein and all the flavors you love (and none of the extra calories).
Serve this savory goat cheese and herb tart with a salad tossed together from ingredients gathered at the farmer's market.
Put together a simple yet elegant meal for guests in no time with this easy low-fat seafood recipe.
Tomato, pea pods and pineapple make this healthy stir-fry one colorful dish.
If you can't find proscuitto, bacon or pancetta would also add a nice salty, meaty element to these shrimp packets.
Perfect for summertime picnics, this take-along sandwich features all the vegetables that make up gazpacho, but packed into a baguette.
Prosciutto gives a burst of flavor to this Italian-style combo of angel hair pasta, fresh mushrooms, baby spinach, and Parmesan cheese. This is a quick yet fresh meal--perfect for busy weeknights.
Store-bought gnocchi gives you a big headstart so you can pull this tasty Italian dinner together in mere minutes.
Leeks, the star of this rich soup, are a member of the onion family but have a more subtle flavor.
Meaty roma tomatoes are best for roasting with broccoli and shallots. For the most colorful dish, toss the roasted vegetables with the hot pasta and serve immediately.