This popular Indian comfort food is a thick stew packed with wonderful vegetables. It’s is traditionally served with papadums, although naan is also a tasty option if you can’t find papdums locally. Split yellow mung beans, which are also sold under the name moong dal, can be swapped with red lentils or yellow split peas… Read more »
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Honey and lemon were meant for each other, and no dish showcases it better than this simple skillet meal. If chicken breasts aren’t on sale, the meal would also work nicely with lean, boneless pork chops or skinless, boneless chicken thighs.
If you’re baking or roasting veggies for another dish, throw your sweet potatoes in at the same time to conserve time and energy. They take about 40 minutes at 350ºF to cook, and you can reheat easily in the microwave on the day you’re making the lentils.
Sandwiches can be a special meal, make no mistake. This luscious dish combines crispy fresh sweet potato chips with creamy avocado and a finger-licking sauce for a luxurious date night sandwich you’ll crave again later.
This classic Filipino stew is meant to be served over rice. We recommend brown rice. If you’re using regular brown rice, which has a long cook time, get that starting before you begin the picadillo to have them be ready at roughly the same time. Instant brown rice is also a great option, and takes… Read more »
Instant brown rice is the key to making this easy dinner a quick dish without compromising on your whole grains. Depending on the size of your chicken breasts and the nutritional needs of the folks you’re feeding, you may be able to stretch this recipe to feed six people with an extra half cup of… Read more »
Smoked salmon can be a pricey ingredient, but don’t feel like you have to purchase it specially to make this salad. If you’ve got a leftover filet of salmon or trout from a favorite recipe, stretch it into two servings with a can of beans and some fresh produce for a delicious meal that will… Read more »