Be conservative with the sauce—the sauce recipe makes a generous amount. Start with half the sauce and taste the dish—the leftovers will keep nicely in the fridge for a week or so.
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The simple dressing would work well with many combinations of vegetables. For variety, try beets, parsnips, carrots, turnip or squash. You could substitute wedges of cabbage for the sprouts too, if fresh sprouts aren’t in season. If you want a little more salt flavor, opt for low-sodium soy sauce over table salt for more flavor… Read more »
By massaging the kale with part of the oil, you can tenderize the leaves and draw out a wonderful flavor. Use a mandolin to easily slice the Brussels sprouts without endangering your fingers…remembering, of course, to use the manufacturer’s finger guard.
The simple dressing on this salad complements almost any combination of vegetables and even suits many low-sugar fruits, such as apples. Experiment with you favorite vegetables to create a unique vegetarian dish every time.
Never let your salads get boring. This tart salad incorporates quinoa and apple to support your greens with the nutrition and flavor of fruit and whole grain.
This light, simple salad is the perfect accompaniment to any meal or perfect as a simple, standalone meal. Serve with a side of crusty whole-grain bread. Don’t be afraid to swap in a different nut. If you can’t find hazelnuts, walnuts or pistachios would be equally tasty.
For a visually striking dish, use red quinoa as the base for this warm salad. This simple-to-make salad is a fresh and flavorful option for any meal.