Cilantro, mint, and a bit of ginger flavor the zucchini and fish, while whole-wheat couscous brings whole-grain wholesomeness.
If there's a break in the heat and you can fire up your oven, or if you have a toaster oven large enough to accommodate an 8-inch square baking dish, it's worth making this veggie version of the baked pasta classic, full of plenty of fiber, vitamin C, potassium, and no gluten.
Use curled campanelle or bow-tie-shape farfalle for this recipe; the edges and folds are good for cathcing the ham, zucchini, and creamy yogurt sauce.
Sauteed strips of zucchini make a fresh, simple accompaniment to chicken spirals that are surprisingly simple to make: Just top pounded breasts with pesto, roll, and secure with toothpicks.
Cooling melon and cucumber contrast with the heat of sliced chile and smoky grilled pork in this easy Vietnamese- and Thai-inspired recipe.