Curry powder brings a sweet, bold flavor to a classic noodle stir-fry dish, giving a colorful array of veggies a little extra verve. Leftovers can be eaten cold or hot the next day. Tip: If you can’t find lo mein noodles at your grocery store, linguine is a reasonable substitute.
This easy curry with tofu is a delicious meal you’ll return to again and again. Serve it over rice or with a whole-grain flatbread to round out the meal.
Although you can also use whatever pasta you have on hand, cavatappi’s corkscrew shape is perfect for holding on to a fresh pesto and pairing with cherry tomatoes. Arugula brings a spicy, musty bite to pesto. If that’s not your sauce, feel free to swap in your favorite leafy green or herb. Tip: The color […]
If you’d like to explore tempeh but aren’t sure of how to try it, this basic stir-fry is an excellent recipe to start with. Don’t feel chained to the vegetable list: as with most stir-fry recipes, this recipe is well-suited to using up odds and ends of veggies leftover from other recipes.
Vatapá is an Afro-Brazilian stew that’s typically made with shrimp or other seafood. This variation uses turkey in place of the seafood, but keeps the rich coconut and spices, helping to keep the sodium in the dish lower.
Koshari is fondly considered the national dish of Egypt and is sold prominently as street food. The mix of lentils, pasta, rice, and spiced tomato sauce is considered to be wonderful comfort food.
This easy vegetarian curry uses spices that are in many pantries to begin with. Potatoes and squash carry the flavors wonderfully and coconut milk provides a creamy finish. Serve over brown rice or with whole-grain flatbread.
Leeks and shiitake mushrooms team up to bring an earthy, complex flavor to this easy-yet-elegant quinoa dish. Serve it at your next dinner party to provide a vegan side that will wow and sustain all your guests.