Main Course

A delicious main course is the centerpiece of any meal. Grace O’s recipes are not only tasty, they can help smooth your skin, slow down aging cells, help fight macular degeneration and protect against cancer.

Tofu and Vegetable Stir-Fry

Tofu and Vegetable Stir-Fry Tofu is an excellent alternative to meat, and this stir-fry will provide you with plenty of health-boosting vegetables. Broccoli is a good source of lutein, a hedge against macular degeneration. Cauliflower and kale have phytonutrients that protect against cancer. I use a wok to prepare this dish, but a large skillet will work, Read More

Quick, Easy, & Terrific Tofu Tacos

Tofu Tacos with Kimchi Slaw In this convenient and satisfying vegetarian entree, savory baked Read More

Stuffed Turkey Rolls

Stuffed Turkey Rolls I pack these turkey cutlets with my Savory Stuffing, roll them up, and secure them with kitchen twine. The finished rolls are sliced and fanned out on a plate to make a beautiful presentation. Because I marinate the turkey before cooking, it’s juicy and flavorful. The selenium in turkey can increase your resistance Read More

Carrot Quiche

Carrot Quiche   Carrots are well known for their beta-carotene content, which our bodies convert into vitamin A, a powerful antioxidant that is needed for healthy immune function. Carrots have hundreds of other cartenoids that help inhibit cancer growth. They also contain lutein, which is beneficial to eye health. Our bodies process Read More

Wild Boar Kebabs

Wild Boar Kebabs Wild boar has more flavor than tame pork. It has to be tenderized a bit, but that's easily accomplished with an onion-juice marinade. You can use pork or beef medallions instead of boar and any type of cubed vegetables. This recipe makes about 6 skewers. BENEFITS: Wild boar (and therefore pork) has protein and Read More

Feeling Your Oats with New Flavor

  Coconut Chai Oatmeal Cinnamon spices starting to seem too fall/winter for springtime? Lighten Read More

Salmon Poached in Pickling Spices

    Salmon Poached in Pickling Spices Pickle juice makes a nice poaching liquid, but I've found that pickling spices without the vinegar are even better for poaching fish, especially salmon. You can make your own spice mix or you can buy prepackaged pickling salts. I top this poached salmon with my Pecan and Sundried Tomato Tapenade and my Mock Read More

Chicken Curry with Moringa

  Chicken Curry with Moringa Curries made with turmeric and coconut milk are amazingly heart healthy. Add some ginger and garlic and your heart and arteries will thank you even more. This dish will help reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke because of all of its anti-inflammatory compounds. If you can't find fresh moringa leaves, Read More

Stir-Fry Noodles with Annatto

Vegetarian Stir-Fry Noodles with Annatto These colorful noodles, which are made with my Annatto Oil and Annatto Water, are as delicious as they are healthful. They can be served as a main course, appetizer, or side dish. I use cornstarch noodles, but you can use glass or rice noodles. You can substitute other varieties of mushroom, and almost Read More

Turkey Meatballs

Turkey Meatballs with Parsley and Mushroom Gravy The chlorophyll in fresh parsley gives this herb its antioxidant power, while vitamin C makes it a good anti-inflammatory. Parsley also contains folic acid, which is great for protecting your heart. I use a half cup of fresh parsley in these delicious meatballs, then Read More

Spiced Rack of Lamb

Spiced Rack of Lamb Lamb and other red meat have vitamin B12 for energy and lysine for repairing tissue. Garlic's many compounds, including allicin, work in tandem to create a relaxing effect on artery walls, keeping them free of excess cholesterol and minimizing inflammation. I use garlic with black pepper and horseradish to spice up this rack of lamb. New Read More

Kickin’ It Healthy With Quesadillas

  Vegetable Quesadilla Quesadillas have a reputation for being unhealthy. It’s true that they can be very high in fat and calories but it is possible to lighten up this classic dish. Cheese is still required to hold the tortillas together, but now you can get creative by adding high fiber protein and antioxidant rich vegetables Read More

Baked Spicy Chickpea Burgers

Baked Spicy Chickpea Burgers Enjoy a healthier burger full of fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants by blending chickpeas with vegetables, herbs and spices. While some veggie patties are fried or cooked in oil, these spicy chickpea burgers are baked golden brown and offer a mildly spicy aroma. A very simple meal, this recipe can be prepared in a matter of minutes. Serve Read More

Shrimp and Moringa Curry

Shrimp and Moringa Curry Shrimp and coconut milk are a classic Asian combination. I’ve added moringa powder to this very mild dish in order to increase the health benefits. If you want to dial up the heat a notch or two, use Serrano or other hot peppers in place of the mild red Anaheim chilies. If desired, serve over brown or jasmine Read More

Summer Vacation Oatmeal

Summer Vacation Oatmeal Hot cereal is not just for the fall and winter anymore! Quick and easy to make, whole oats offer health benefits from fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Adding other unprocessed ingredients like ground flaxseeds for omega-3 fatty acids and fiber as well as a small portion of almonds or pecans balances the carbohydrate Read More

Homemade Sardines

Homemade Sardines with Tomatoes It's hard to find a better health combination for your arteries than lycopene and Omega-3s. This recipe combines the power of tomatoes with delicious homemade sardines. Brining the fish makes all the difference, and cooking blends the fish and tomato flavors. I prefer to use small whole fish such as smelt, mackerel, or herring, which have a Read More

Mama’s Chicken Saute

Mama's Chicken Sauté My mother made this dish for our family dinners whenever we wanted comfort food. I always think of her when I make it. It has chicken and egg--symbols of the life cycle. I usually serve it over some form of potato: mashed, boiled baked, or even fried (baked potatoes are the healthiest option). The chicken provides selenium, Read More

Grilled Swordfish in Secret Marinade

Grilled Swordfish in Secret Marinade The secret to this dish is the oyster sauce in the marinade. For years, people have asked me what makes this swordfish so tangy and delicious. I've refused to divulge my secret...until now! The marinade makes the fish so flavorful that it doesn't need any Read More

Tilapia Filets with Cilantro

Tilapia Fillets with Cilantro The anti-inflammatory properties of fresh cilantro, ginger, and olive oil help keep skin looking young. I prefer to make this recipe using tilapia fillets, though you can substitute any firm, whitefish fillet. Using banana leaves to wrap the fillets will impart the full flavor of the Read More

Buckwheat Crepes

Buckwheat Crepes Full of fiber, vitamins, and minerals, buckwheat is a grain that is too often overlooked. Most people have never cooked with it or encountered it in restaurants. In this recipe, I turn buckwheat pancake mix into crepes and stuff them with healthful vegetables such as asparagus and immunity-boosting Read More
What Do FoodTrients Do?
Ai Anti- inflammatories
Reduce inflammatory process in cells, tissues, and blood vessels, helping to slow aging and reduce risk of long-term disease.
Ao Anti- oxidant
Prevents and repairs oxidative damage to cells caused by free radicals.
IB Immunity Boosters
Support the body’s resistance to infection and strengthen immune vigilance and response.
MB Mind
Improves mood, memory, and focus.
F Disease Prevention
Reduces risk factors for common degenerative and age-related diseases.