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10 Easy Dinners That Aren't Overloaded With Salt

Low in sodium, still high in flavor.

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1. Blackened Chicken Breasts with Avocado Cream Sauce

There's a little added salt in the avocado cream sauce, but otherwise, the flavor comes from the blackened seasoning — a mix of spices that you can DIY or buy — plus a quick squeeze of lemon on top.

Recipe here.


4. Low-Sodium Buffalo Wings and DIY Ranch Dipping Sauce

This recipe swaps traditional blue cheese dressing for a lower-sodium Ranch dip that you can make at home — with Greek yogurt, dried herbs, garlic powder, and black pepper.

Recipe here.

5. Easy Pasta Primavera

Pasta dinners can be a no-go if you're watching your intake, since sauces can often be total salt bombs. This one keeps it light (and bright!) with lots of vegetables — like sweet cherry tomatoes and ripe zucchini — sautéed in onions, garlic, and a splash of white wine.

Recipe here.

8. Flank Steak with Asparagus and Sweet Potato-Turnip Mash


The whole plate clocks in at 537 mg sodium — but if you need to, you could cut that even more by using a little less tamari (or subbing in reduced-sodium tamari) in the marinade.

Recipe here.

9. Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Chili

You could sub in both low-sodium vegetable broth and black beans here as well — the other spices (chili powder, cumin, paprika, coriander, and cayenne) will still pull their weight.

Recipe here.

10. One-Pot Lemon Herb Chicken & Rice

This recipe uses low-sodium chicken broth to flavor the rice. You could also take it one step further by swapping regular butter for unsalted butter — you'll still get the creaminess, plus added flavor from fresh herbs and lemon.

Recipe here.


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