Dr Oz: Heart Healthy Foods: Salmon, Tomatoes & Lima Beans

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Dr Oz: Heart Healthy Recipes

In the January issue of O Magazine, Dr Oz has a feature on how to cook to heal your heart. In the beginning of this segment, Dr Oz put on the gloves to show you what a healthy heart was supposed to look like. (Guess it couldn’t be too healthy if it was on the table.) Dr Oz described the heart as “dainty, fresh and the size of a fist.” Then Dr Oz uncovered the unhealthy heart. In comparison, the heart was much larger, stiffer and tough to the touch. Dr Oz Heart Healthy Foods

Comments

  1. gm says

    why cant i access the recipes that were shown today on dr oz episode? salmon.kimabean/tomato with cottage cheese

  2. do says

    where’s the recipe with lima beans also known as butter beans if you can’t find the lima beans in a can…?
    If you can’t have soy protein, is there something else you could substitute for the shake?
    You can substitute lite ricotta or lite cream cheese instead of cottage cheese. Cottage cheese is loaded with salt and is very acidic and not good for people with gerd.
    All you do is scoop out the cherry tomato and put in the cheese you use.Oregano is a healthy spice with parsley and basil and a little red pepper.

  3. natalie doell says

    Could not get the recipe for salmon tomatoes &lima beans. I wasted alot of valuable time trying

  4. rusty says

    the lima bean, salmon, and tomatoe recipe wil l be in the january 2012 issue of “O” magazine

  5. says

    I have devised a recipe with lima beans, tomatoes,and have been serving it for long time.
    I was pleased to see this on show. I eat salmon (almost every day) Have many made up
    recipes in same line. very good! I have “many” things to offer as I have a daughter who is
    a miracle to still be alive. a challange and a teaching tool. Very rare affliction with complications
    and we have defied predicted prognosis since her birth!!!Praise God.

  6. Aurora Kelly says

    Please again send me this receipe!! I am getting all kinds of email about this andtired of it!!

  7. memiller says

    Are you going to print the heart healthy recipes on this website. Please let me know and I will try to download at another time. Thanks

  8. do says

    Carol, Maria says she has devised her own recipe but has not shared it. No one else seems to have it. I think they didn’t make it available so that you have to buy the Jan. issue of O magazine in order to get it. smart move OPRAH
    do
    EVERYONE SHOULD READ ALL THE COMMENTS SO THIS STOPS CIRCULATING!!!!!

  9. Fred Cross says

    Dr.Oz,thought i would share my receipt for a healthy breakfast.i use 1/4 cup of steel cut oats,and let them soak in water overnight.the following morning i add a tablespoon of cocoa and a handful of walnuts with 2 tablespoons of honey to sweeten.microwave for 2 minutes and enjoy.

  10. Ann-Marie says

    If anyone got the O January issue and has the recipe, I’d love to see it! I thought he was going to post it too…? If you could please post it or post a link to it when it gets published, it would be greatly appreciated!! 🙂

    From a nurse!

  11. Ann-Marie says

    Better yet, here you are!

    Added to Recipes on Tue 12/06/2011

    Ingredients

    Makes 2 servings

    2 tbsp olive oil

    1/2 tsp red pepper flakes

    4 cloves garlic, finely chopped

    3 cups diced tomatoes (about 4 medium plum tomatoes)

    3/4 cup low-sodium vegetable juice

    2 cups frozen lima beans (1 frozen packet)

    1 (10 oz) skinless salmon filet, cut into 1 1/2 – 2 inch pieces

    Salt and pepper to taste

    1/4 cup chopped fresh dill

    1/2 lemon

    Directions

    In a medium-large saucepan, warm the olive oil and briefly cook the pepper flakes and garlic until fragrant (about 30 seconds). Stir in the tomatoes and cook for about 3 minutes. Add the vegetable juice and lima beans and simmer, stirring occasionally for 7 to 8 minutes. Place the salmon pieces over the veggie mix, salt and pepper lightly, cover the pan and let it all steam on a low heat for 5 to 6 minutes – depending on how well done you like your salmon.

    Take the pan off the heat, stir in the dill, drizzle with a little lemon and serve.

    Recipe created especially for The Dr. Oz Show by food stylist, Ulli Stachl.

  12. Ann says

    Whew, So glad I found this site here. I looked all over Dr. Oz’s site trying to find that Salmon/Lima Bean/Tomato recipe with no luck. Thought maybe I was surfing incorrectly. So glad for Ann”Marie’s posting of a recipe. I have all the ingredients and had no recipe. LOL Now I will go and try this one. Sounds good enough. Thank you Ann Marie!!!!!!!!!

  13. Linda says

    Looking for the canned salmon,tomato,garlic, lima bean recipe. Have the ingredients now need to know how to put it all together and cook.

  14. gloria says

    thank you Ann Marie… is that recipe the same one that Dr. Oz made for the audience recently?? Ill try this thank you so much

  15. do says

    Linda and Jean
    Look at the previous comment sent by Ann- Marie
    She wrote the recipe for all of us.
    do

  16. says

    My O magazine just arrived and on page 103 (day #3) its say COOK FOR YOUR HEART
    wild salmon, tomatoes, garlic, lima beans and what each one does for you. BUT THEIR
    IS NO RECIPE FOR THIS IN THE ENTIRE BOOK. I DO NOT SEE ONE. IF SOMEONE ELSE
    FIND IT, PLEASE LET ME KNOW. I AM TRULY UPSET AND MAY CANCEL MY MAGAZINE.

  17. Dave Voltmer says

    Many times my wife mentions some information or recipe that she saw on Dr Oz show, so we try to look for it on the website. I am so frustrated with the disconnect between the show (and information described there as being on the website) and and the website. Today, Jan 2, she suggested a salmon/lima bean/tomato/garlic salad. I have searched everywhere and can’t find it. The website is one of the clumsiest designs among many thousands I have seen.
    Need to hire some good web designers who work with the TV show producers for an integrated presentation.

  18. Judi says

    I too looked on the website and other sites where this lima bean/salmon, etc. recipe is supposed to be. It takes you to the websites, the title of the dish is there, but there is no recipe or anything re the dish anywhere on the page. What gives and where the heck is this recipe!

  19. Barbara says

    The recipe Ann-Marie posted is for hot food. I think the Dr. Oz recipe was for something cold( I think)…
    he used salmon from a can. Maybe someone can get the recipe from the magazine and then
    post it.

  20. says

    Today is January 2m 1012. I was off work today and watched the show. I was definitely interested in the salmon-tomato-lima beans recipe and did as directed by going to the website, however the recipe cannot be found. Pleae advise. Thanks.

  21. says

    Heart-Healthy Power Dish
    Ingredients

    Makes 2 servings

    2 tbsp olive oil

    1/2 tsp red pepper flakes

    4 cloves garlic, finely chopped

    3 cups diced tomatoes (about 4 medium plum tomatoes)

    3/4 cup low-sodium vegetable juice

    2 cups frozen lima beans (1 frozen packet)

    1 (10 oz) skinless salmon filet, cut into 1 1/2 – 2 inch pieces

    Salt and pepper to taste

    1/4 cup chopped fresh dill

    1/2 lemon

    Directions

    In a medium-large saucepan, warm the olive oil and briefly cook the pepper flakes and garlic until fragrant (about 30 seconds). Stir in the tomatoes and cook for about 3 minutes. Add the vegetable juice and lima beans and simmer, stirring occasionally for 7 to 8 minutes. Place the salmon pieces over the veggie mix, salt and pepper lightly, cover the pan and let it all steam on a low heat for 5 to 6 minutes – depending on how well done you like your salmon.

    Take the pan off the heat, stir in the dill, drizzle with a little lemon and serve.

    Recipe created especially for The Dr. Oz Show by food stylist, Ulli Stachl.

  22. Bryan says

    This is close:

    1 can (14-3/4 ozs.) salmon, drained and flaked
    OR
    2 cans (7-1/2 ozs) salmon, drained and flaked
    2 cans (15 ozs. each) small white beans, save all liquid
    1/2 cup tomato, diced
    1 medium onion, chopped
    4 cloves garlic, minced
    1 zucchini, chopped
    1 carrot, peeled and chopped
    2 cups fresh basil, loose packed, chopped
    1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
    1/2 cup dry sherry
    1 teaspoon oregano
    4 tablespoons Parmesan cheese, grated
    olive oil
    salt and pepper, to taste

  23. Heather says

    I too saw the show last night and couldn’t find the recipe…and then someone posted it….started putting it together and thought Why would you need low sodium veg juice? I hadn’t
    Read the whole recipe and didn’t realize it was supposed to be heated and concocted my own…cold salad as a side dish with my salmon. Wow it was awesome. I squeezed 1 lemon, diced 1 tomato, tablespoon chopped garlic, chopped up a bit of parsley, and 1 can of Lima beans , mixed it up with salt and pepper to taste, 1 tbsp olive oil, and sprinkled some dried dill in it along with the red pepper flakes. YUM!!!

  24. Kathy says

    Ya this really sucks not to be able to find the original recipe from the show. I am not sure now if it was suppose to be hot or cold? I am going to make my version tonight (thought I could easily get the recipe, NOT). We will see what happens. Fam not happy if it doesn’t turn out!

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