Healthy Recipes

Healthy Recipes

Heart Healthy Recipes from 

Swedish is pleased to provide a large variety of recipes for those who have been told by their physician to eat a heart-healthy diet or just want to try out new dishes. These recipes are dietitian approved through our partners at The Well Fed Heart. Enjoy!


Angelic Deviled Eggs
Anytime One-Dish Salmon
Apple Coleslaw
Applesauce Nut Muffins & Fruit Salad with Yogurt and Honey
Asian Lettuce Wraps
Asparagus and Salmon Frittata
Bacon Fennel Stuffed Trout
Baja Fish Tacos
Baked Sweet Potato Wedges
Barley and Vegetable Ragout
Barley-stuffed Chicken with Indian Spice Rub
Blackened Rockfish Curry
Blackened Salmon
BLT Club Salad
Blueberry Breakfast Blast
Bountiful Barley Pilaf
Braised Pork Chops with Cabbage and Apples
Broiled Tomatoes Parmesan
Chef Ken's Basic Vegetable Broth
Chicken Scaloppini in Lemon Caper Sauce
Chicken with Red Rice and Spice
Chilled Cherry Tomato and Sweet Pepper Soup
Chipotle Black Bean Chili
Chocolate Walnut Pear Tart
Chunky Tomato Basil Sauce
Cilantro Salsa over Shrimp Fried Rice
Cinnamon Maple Granola
Cinnamon Oatmeal Breakfast Bars
Cioppino Shrimp
Citrus Bulgur
Cod with Orange Sauce
Crustless Spinach Quiche
Delectable Gingerbread with Strawberry Sauce
Delicious Yogurt Parfait
Dilled Cucumbers with Yogurt Dressing
Dreamy Carrot Soufflé
Easy Baked Tortilla Chips
Easy Bulgur
Easy Mix & Match Roasted Vegetables
Easy Ratatouille
Edamame and Black Bean Salad
Elegant and Easy Beef Stroganoff
English Muffin Mates
Fast and Filling Broccoli Walnut Pasta
Festive Bulgur Salad
Frittata Supra
Garbanzo Beans and Tomato Curry
Glazed Raspberry Chicken
Goat Cheese with Jalapeño Jelly
Grapefruit and Avocado Salad
Greek Chicken with Herbed Yogurt Sauce
Green Bean and Citrus Salad
Healthy Cornbread
Healthy Hot Cereal
Hearty Spinach and Bean Soup
Heavenly Pancakes with Cherry Compote
Homemade Dressings
Honey Grilled Salmon
Indian Spiced Lentils and Squash
Italian White Beans and Garlicky Swiss Chard
Lemon Mint Tabouli with Pan Seared Salmon
Lickety-Split Pea Soup
Mac's Hearty Beef Stew
Mama's Italian Chicken Dinner
Mango Cucumber Salsa with Curry Chicken
Market-Fresh Noodle Stir-Fry
Martha’s Creamy Spinach Soup
Mashed Curry Cauliflower
Mediterranean Fish Packets
Minestrone Soup
Minted Pea Couscous
Moroccan Chicken
Nouvelle Salad Nicoise
Orange and Spice Roasted Pork Tenderloin
Oven Fried Chicken
Pan-Asian Salmon with Caramelized Bok Choy and Shiitakes over Lentils
Party Paella
Pasta Puttenesca
Pear Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
Perfect Salmon Bundles
Pork Dijon with Chutney
Portuguese Lentil Soup
Quick and Healthy Breakfast Burritos
Red Pepper Hummus
Roasted Cauliflower and Carrots in Mustard Sauce
Roasted Garlic
Root Vegetable and Potato Mash
Root Vegetable Turkey Potpie
Rustic Fruit Tart
Salmon Cakes with Yogurt Aioli
Salmon Enchiladas
Salmon Spread
Sauteed Swiss Chard

Savory Baked Apples
Savory Shrimp and White Bean Stew

Savory Squash with Smoky Pork Chops
Seared Pork Tenderloin and Strawberry Salad
Shrimp Tex-Mex Salad
Southern Fish Stew
Southwest Turkey Polenta “Pie”
Southwestern Chicken Chopped Salad
Spanish Baked Omelet
Spiced Turkey Breast with Balsamic Grilled peaches
Spicy Stir Fry Beef and Vegetables over Brown Rice
Spinach Barley
Stormy Weather Chowder
Suffed Acorn Squash
Super Quick Red Beans and Rice
Susan's Homemade Turkey Stock
Sweet & Spicy Grilled Fruit
Sweet and Crunchy Quinoa Salad
Tabouli Salad
Tangy Baked Cod
Tangy Beet Soup
Think Spring Spaghetti
Traditional Hot and Sour Soup
Turkey Chili Verde
Turkey Meatloaf
Unbelievable Chicken Curry Over Lentils
Uncle Sal's Lentils & Veggies
Upside Down Wilted Spinach Salad
Vegetable Medley
Veggie Confetti Salad
Vietnamese Chicken Pho
Waist Not, Want Not Refrigerator Soup
Whipped Winter Squash
Wild Mushroom Pasta
Wraps to Go with Chutney and Curry
Year-Round Gingersnap Pumpkin Custard
Zingy Roasted Vegetables

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Want to reduce your cancer risk? The right green foods may help.


Worried about Super Bowl Sunday derailing your healthy eating? Swedish Medical Center Executive Chef Eric Eisenberg prepares a simple, heart-healthy, three-cheese fondue with apple chips dish for people to enjoy at their Super Bowl party this weekend. Swedish Heart & Vascular Institute cardiologist Mark Reisman, M.D., also includes some timely expert perspectives on the topic. Enjoy the game and this tasty, healthy dish. Bon appetite!

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(Click here for the recipe)


Try these recipes to get some of the sodium off of your plate - but still bursting with flavor (and click here for the recipe from Executive Chef Eric Eisenberg)

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Need some holiday cheer (or inspiration)?

Executive Chef Eric Eisenberg recommends these healthy holiday drinks: (click here for the recipe)

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Hosting a dinner? Registered Dietitian Tarynne Mingione says put vegetables on the guest list! "Displace 20% of your plate with these guys and you will save a couple hundred calories." Read more here, or try these recipes:


Need help fixing dinner before dark? Try these quick recipes for every ability level from our registered dietitian Tarynne:

Basic and quick

Flavorful and fast


Tired of winter? Looking forward to spring fare? See Tarynne's suggestions below for when you get an appetite for spring (and look forward to summer produce).

What do I do with…

Asparagus?

A member of the lily family, these spears are surprisingly rich in protein compared to other vegetables. They are also an excellent source of potassium, vitamin K, folic acid, vitamins C and A, riboflavin, thiamin, and vitamin B6. Roast asparagus and drizzle with a little olive oil and salt, or steam and serve with lemon vinaigrette for a light salad. Incorporate asparagus in a variety of dishes, including pastas, stir-fry, omelets, and salads. Start with keeping it simple with oven roasted asparagus

Lettuce/Spinach?

A general rule-of-thumb is that the darker the lettuce, the greater the nutrient content. In general, all varieties are high in vitamin K, A, C, and folic acid. Spinach is known for its alkaline producing effects on the body, as well as its high lutein content, which promotes healthy vision. Try this spinach salad with dried cherries for a gentle transition into lighter spring fare.

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Healthy Recipes: Heart Healthy Eating with Seattle’s All-Star Chefs

Eating well and eating right are one in the same with our “Heart Healthy Eating with Seattle’s All-Star Chefs” cooking series made possible through a grant from the Locke Trust.

Eating a heart healthy diet doesn’t have to be a big production with these simple, yet delicious, meal-in-one recipes created by Seattle’s top chefs. They’ve put their heart into cooking up six great recipes then going on camera for our new “Heart Healthy Eating with Seattle’s All-Star Chefs” video series to demonstrate how easy it is to pair fresh local foods, herbs and spices and basic cooking techniques to create five-star flavor, heart-friendly meals right in your own home kitchen.

One of the best ways to fight heart disease is to prevent it by incorporating fresh fruits and vegetables, lean meats and fish, whole grains, olive oil and limited dairy products into your diet. With tasty recipes that are simple enough for a working mom to make on a weeknight - and techniques to show you how you can make all of your favorite dishes healthier - “Heart Healthy Eating with Seattle’s All-Star Chefs” makes cooking healthy at home both scrumptious and fun!

 


   

English Pea, Barley and Kale Soup with Braised Chicken

 
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Chef Ethan Stowell of Ethan Stowell Restaurants

Keep it fresh, keep it local, and keep it simple with Chef Ethan Stowell of Ethan Stowell Restaurants as he reveals how easy it is to maximize flavor with minimal effort while preparing his delicious, heart-healthy recipe for English Pea, Barley and Kale Soup with Braised Chicken.

Click here to download a printable recipe.

 

 

 
 

 

Grilled Lamb with Olive Tapenade with Chick Pea Puree

 

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Chef Holly Smith of Cafe Juanita

In-season, organic local produce and fresh herbs boost vitamins and create mouthwatering magic in this delectable recipe for Grilled Lamb with Olive Tapenade with Chick Pea Puree by Chef Holly Smith of Cafe Juanita. Her simple, step-by-step instructions and minimal cooking makes this meal as quick to prepare as it is delicious.

Click here to download a printable recipe.

 

 
 

Herbed Pork Tenderloin with Canterelle, White Bean and Tomato Ragout

 

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Chef John Sundstrom of Lark

Localvore and food lover Chef John Sundstrom of Lark creates down home comfort by showing you how to mix-and-match and combine ingredients to create a satisfying one-dish dinner with his savory Herbed Pork Tenderloin with Chantrelle, White Bean and Tomato Ragout recipe.

Click here to download a printable recipe.

 

  
 

Pan Seared Sockeye Salmon with Zucchini Salad

 

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Chef Ericka Burke of Volunteer Park Cafe

Great ingredients speak for themselves in this colorful, antioxidant-rich Pan Seared Sockeye Salmon with Zucchini Salad recipe from Chef Erika Burke of Volunteer Park Café. Sear in flavors, test for doneness, and create a five-star vinaigrette you can use on all of your salads with this incredible dish made with the Northwest’s favorite fish.

Click here to download a printable recipe.

 
  
 

Roasted Farro with Mushrooms

 

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Chef William Belickis of Mistral Kitchen

Creating a heart healthy vegetarian meal that’s loaded with flavor is all about using the freshest ingredients and waiting until you’re ready to eat before cooking according to Chef William Belickis of Mistral Kitchen. Herbs and just a touch of lemon juice added at the end of the cooking process add lightness to his delightful Roasted Farro with Mushrooms recipe.

Click here to download a printable recipe.

 

  
 

Halibut with Cous Cous, Cucumber and Yogurt 

 

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Chef Maria Hines of Tilth

Being short on time won’t stop you from pulling off a fabulous yet nutritious meal with this tasty, marinated, Halibut with Cous Cous, Cucumber and Yogurt recipe from Chef Maria Hines of Tilth - it even includes a snazzy fresh salad topper!

Click here to download a printable recipe.

     

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