Healthy Holiday Main Courses: 20 Festive Recipes

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Jazz up your holiday celebration with these festive and healthy main-dish recipes. You'll impress your family and friends with our flavor-packed recipes for chicken, beef, lamb, and more. For a special meatless holiday meal, try one of our healthy vegetarian options. Make your holiday meal one to remember this year with an entree you and your guests will love.

Healthy Holiday Main Courses: 20 Festive Recipes
From EatingWell Magazine and EatingWell.com.

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