Dip your toes into the water of traditional Indian cuisine with this easy dhal. Serve hot over brown rice or quinoa, or serve with whole-grain naan.
Ditch the sticky, sodium-packed, canned soup soaked casserole of your childhood and discover a tuna casserole you’ll be delighted to share with your friends and family. Making your own sauce from scratch doesn’t take much more time than putting the casserole together, and the improvement in nutrition and flavor are more than worth the effort.
These delightfully spiced tacos make an excellent vegetarian addition to the table whether your family is vegetarian or just trying to enjoy more vegetables. You’ll love the flavor, and who can say no to the fun of putting together their own taco?
Don’t be intimidated by homemade pasta—it can be a fun meal to make as a family. Sauce this sweet ravioli with your favorite pesto recipe or with just a drizzle of oil and balsamic vinegar over a bed of greens.
Serve these spicy, saucy chicken thighs with a side of brown rice or quinoa on a bed of tender, young greens. If you like a milder dish, start with half of the chili paste adjust the sauce to taste before you put it on the chicken.
Round out the spice of this robust chili with the balancing taste of sweet potatoes. If you normally enjoy your chili with sour cream, try substituting plain, non-fat Greek yogurt for a more nutritious condiment.
The excellent curry is a wonderful way to try okra for the first time. Tamarind paste and all of the spices should be available from Asian markets if they aren’t available at your usual grocery store.