Cauliflower and collards are good sources of vitamin C. For extra fiber, use whole-wheat pasta. Top the finished dish with a little Parmesan or pecorino cheese -- and perhaps a handful of toasted almonds or walnuts.
For a fast, low-calorie dinner, try this Tex-Mex classic. It uses top round steak, which is a very lean cut of beef, plus it packs plenty of fresh flavor. Other lean cuts of beef, like eye of round or top sirloin, will also work in this recipe.
Prepare this simple supper recipe in stages using one pan: first, fry the bacon; then, cook the collards; finally, saute the shrimp. Combine the shrimp and greens, serve atop cooked white rice, and garnish with bacon. In place of collard greens, you can use Swiss chard, kale, or green cabbage.