Videos: Local Chefs Create Healthy Meals

Healthy Recipes

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

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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.

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Heart and Vascular Institute

 

 

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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!

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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! 

View all the videos above on our Healthy Recipes Youtube playlist.