If you’re new to the “Buddha bowl” trend, they’re basically single-bowl vegetarian meals that are served cold. Done right, they’re downright delicious, as this recipe will demonstrate.
Avocado, cranberries, and curry powder combine to make this turkey salad colorful and peppy. You can also serve it on greens instead of using it in sandwiches.
The best thing about this recipe, other than the depth of flavor, is how versatile it is! Don’t have kidney beans on hand? Try using black-eyed peas or garbanzo beans. Want to pack in a few more veggies? Add a bell pepper (red, green, or mixed) during step 3 and allow it to become tender […]
Sheet-pan dinners are a fantastic way to feed the family a hot, filling meal without making a ton of dishes. This Tuscan-flavored chicken dish can easily be scaled up or down. If you’re scaling this beyond four servings, split the servings between two baking sheets.
The sweetness of maple syrup and curry power are a delicious way to flavor chicken to make a simple pasta dish that can be enjoyed either hot or cold.
This spiced bean dish is a fantastic staple. If mung beans aren’t readily available in your grocery store, split yellow peas make a reasonable substitute. Lime juice can also be used to taste in place if tamarind paste.
Chole is another name for chickpeas or garbanzo beans. This classic Indian dish is a wonderful way to learn how to cook with Indian spices.
Shrimp on its own is a great thing to include in your food rotation. Paired with cocktail sauce, it can end up adding a lot of salt and sugar to your day. If you love shrimp with cocktail sauce, this sauce provides tang and a little heat with a nice balance of nutrition. Tip: If […]