What’s your favorite Italian or non-Italian dish at Olive Garden?
Sal: I personally pick out the croutons..
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Crunch consciously by sprinkling on nuts rather than white bread croutons, which are “void of any nutritional value,” Taub-Dix says. “For some healthy crunch, try adding a variety of nuts. Not only are they composed of healthy fats but they also add a hefty dose of protein. An ounce of almonds, for example, provides around six grams of protein.” (About the same amount of protein you’d find in an ounce of cheese or chicken.)..
Get your salt fix by adding a few pickle slices rather than bacon, Taub-Dix recommends, to limit the extra fat. But since pickles are still high in sodium, “slice them thinly and disperse them throughout the salad,” she says…”
Pasta Noodle Dishes
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May 9, 2017 cheatsheet.com
“…Looking for something light and healthy to eat tonight? You can’t go wrong with fish. Olive Garden’s grilled salmon is high in protein and healthy fats, and it’s also low in calories and carbohydrates. The garlic-herb butter doesn’t add too many calories or too much sodium, either. You’ll only consume 460 calories and 8 grams of saturated fat for the whole meal. The dish also comes with broccoli, which adds some fiber to the mix. And bonus: it’s gluten-free…
3. Stuffed Mushrooms Appetizer…
9. Grilled Vegetable & Cheese Piadina..
..13. Tilapia Piccata..
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