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Ricotta & Vegetable Galette

Don’t let the thought of making your own dough deter you from making this delicious recipe. This half whole wheat half all-purpose flour dough is both forgiving and easy to make. Galettes are a classic French dish that can be topped with any number of ingredients. Feel free to substitute whatever cheese you like in this recipe, and mix and match the veggies. Other great toppings could be sautéed kale, tomatoes, fennel, or even thinly sliced potatoes. The mushrooms in this dish provide an excellent source of vitamin D, C, iron, calcium, and other beneficial minerals. They can also help alleviate high cholesterol and reduce inflammation in the body. Serve this Galette alongside a simple green salad for a filling and balanced meal.

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Lightened Up Chicken Stroganoff

This classic recipe originates in Russia, but people the world over now enjoy variations of both ingredient and technique. Scandinavian, Japanese, German, Brazilian, and British cultures all have a distinct riff off this recipe. Some enjoy it over rice, some with the addition of tomatoes or mustard, some with sour or heavy cream, and many prepare it with beef. The recipe below utilizes chicken, full of protein and low in saturated fat. Mushrooms contain powerful antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties that help protect your liver, boost your immune system, lower inflammation and cholesterol, and stabilize blood sugar. They also contain protein, fiber, vitamins B and C, calcium, antioxidants, and minerals. Swapping heavy or sour cream out for yogurt lowers the fat in this dish without sacrificing the delicious, creamy texture. Yogurt also delivers probiotics, which help to strengthen and heal your gut. Feel free to serve this over gluten free noodles or rice as an alternative.

To view the recipe, visit GeoBlue’s website Healthy Travel Blog or Travel Well Worldwide.