If you're on a low-sodium diet, these recipes are for you. Choose from low-sodium soups and snacks to healthy main courses, all carefully created for sodium-conscious eaters.
This baked salmon recipe is glazed with a brown sugar and Dijon-style mustard mixture. Serve with snow peas and rice to complete the meal.
Frozen bread dough makes a handy crust for this chicken-and-pesto-filled tart.
For variation, make this yeast bread with walnuts and dried peaches instead of almonds and dried apricots.
Serve these rich, dried-fruit bar cookies with afternoon coffee or with whipped cream for dessert.
This sunflower dessert has the texture of pecan pie and is so rich you'll find that a small slice is quite satisfying.
This thick and sinfully luscious ice cream tastes just like a slice of creamy cheesecake.
When peaches and nectarines are in season, make this simply elegant dessert.
Here's a low-sodium potato salad recipe. With all the other flavors, you won't miss the salt. This side dish is also low in calories and fat.
Browned butter frosting is an all-time-great way to top cookies and cakes.
Roasted Cornish game hens always impress guests. Quick-cooking couscous and dried cranberries make an easy but tantalizing stuffing.