Many foods will work well, especially when they have distinctive flavors. For example, baked swordfish cut into chunks is wonderful. Other meats, like salmon, chicken, or burgers work well. Non-meat additions, Burmese tofu for example, can be excellent.
Rice by itself can be a good component. Don't be afraid to add a decent amount of spices because rice is inherently bland. Stir-fried vegetables with distinctive flavors, arugula, romaine hearts, and Chinese broccoli are excellent options.
Recipes developed specifically for low-sodium diets—so easy to use! Here's a quick guide. Ingredients are in boxes:
Recipes can have several ingredient boxes showing stuff needed for numbered step-by-step instrucions:
Not too complicated!
BTW when "salt" is an ingredient, it refers to KCl or "salt substitute", not NaCl in any form! Ask your doctor if that's OK, KCl may not be healthy for some people.