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(HealthDay News) -- You don't need to add fat to get plenty of flavor from your favorite dishes.
- Use techniques that employ high heat for more intense flavor, such as broiling, grilling or pan-searing.
- Use fresh herbs and seasonings, such as cumin, cilantro, basil, caraway, chives, rosemary, ginger or garlic.
- Add a sprinkle of a sharp cheese to your favorite vegetable, rice or pasta.
- Add dried ingredients, such as sundried tomatoes, dried plums, cranberries, figs, apricots or red pepper flakes.
- Use brightly colored peppers to add flavor, and a splash of hot sauce or jalapenos.
- Add a squirt of citrus juice or grated peel from lemons, limes or oranges.
-- Diana Kohnle
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