Light Milanese Turkey Cutlets

If you’re craving the comfort of fried chicken without the nutritional setback try these baked turkey cutlets. They’re prepared Milanese-style, meaning the cutlets are pounded with a wooden mallet until thin. This helps them cook quickly and evenly. Coated in whole-grain breadcrumbs instead of white flour, these cutlets are high in protein and low in fat. Serve atop mixed greens for a light and balanced dinner.  

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Sesame Sugar Snap Peas

Sugar snap peas are sweet, crunchy and a great healthy snack or side. They’re high in vitamins A, C and K, as well as fiber. Roasting helps bring out their sweetness even more. Glazed with soy sauce, red pepper flakes and sesame seeds, these pods are a great way to add extra veggies to your diet in a delicious way. 

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