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Top 5 Healthy Recipes from Mary Mentzer

Mary is certified in food safety. After graduation Mary took two years to develop healthy recipes program and Meal5.com was born. This is a meal planning website that offers you a weekly meal plans, menus, recipes (5 ingredients or less), shopping lists, easy instructions, cooking tips and more. Here is top 5 healthy recipes that has been designed by her.

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1. Grilled Chicken with Peach Sauce

1. Grilled Chicken with Peach Sauce

These sweet things are just what you need this week. Smoky grilled chicken breasts pair perfectly with peach salsa. Fruit and meat really were made to go together, and this recipe proves it! You can use freshly peeled and chopped peaches or frozen, prepared ones, depending on how much time you have. While the confection-like fruit mixture is simmering on the stove, you can switch gears and grill up the chicken. Spoon a bit of the sauce over each piece of chicken before you serve it. Yum!

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2. Black Bean Burger

2. Black Bean Burger

Try to learn to love fish. Many of us have had bad experiences eating fish that wasn’t very fresh (and was fishy tasting) or fish that wasn’t prepared correctly. The trick to fish is to buy it fresh and never overcook it. This salmon with corn relish is a super simple recipe (just 4 ingredients) that takes no time to make. Be sure and make up a batch of my secret spice recipe (video is available on my website) which adds flavor and not calories. Once the fish is in the oven you’ll have just enough time to put the relish together before the fish is done. Finish the dish by squeezing fresh lime juice over the top. Yum! It’s a tasty, healthy, fresh dinner plan.

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3. Baked Salmon with Corn Relish

3. Baked Salmon with Corn Relish

Try to learn to love fish. Many of us have had bad experiences eating fish that wasn’t very fresh (and was fishy tasting) or fish that wasn’t prepared correctly. The trick to fish is to buy it fresh and never overcook it. This salmon with corn relish is a super simple recipe (just 4 ingredients) that takes no time to make. Be sure and make up a batch of my secret spice recipe (video is available on my website) which adds flavor and not calories. Once the fish is in the oven you’ll have just enough time to put the relish together before the fish is done. Finish the dish by squeezing fresh lime juice over the top. Yum! It’s a tasty, healthy, fresh dinner plan.

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4. Shrimp and Pea Rice Bowl

4. Shrimp and Pea Rice Bowl

This could be the poster-child for clean eating. Light seafood and peas with plenty of protein and fiber make a refreshing yet nutritious combo. When cooking the shrimp, you’ll see them turn opaque and pink, but watch closely so they don’t overcook. It can happen real fast! To stave off possible hunger later, make a pot of rice (extra points for brown rice!) and serve your shrimp and veggies over it. Garnish with sliced avocado, and you’re all set to enjoy this beautiful shrimp and pea rice bowl.

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Roasted Vegetable Pasta

Roasted Vegetable Pasta

Here’s a pasta recipe that’ll surely get you a serving or two of vegetables. Start by mixing up a marinade (olive oil, sherry vinegar, basil, garlic, Dijon mustard, salt and black pepper). This tasty dish comes together quickly and has lots of great flavors. It's a vegetarian dish that is hearty and robust.

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