Enjoy a little Thai spin on a quick pasta salad! Make sure to look for peanut butter that contains only peanuts and salt: this dish doesn’t need the added sugars of many peanut butters.
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Toshikoshi soba, loosely translated as “year-turning noodles,” is a traditional Japanese meal used to ring in the new year. It’s traditionally made with dashi, and if you’re feeling adventurous, you can search the internet for traditional recipes and replace the broth here with dashi stock. This recipe is modified to help you make a less… Read more »
This simple burrito, full of roasted vegetables and wrapped in whole grains, is about to become a new family favorite. Play around with the veggie combinations. Winter squash would make a nice stand in for sweet potato, or try swapping in slices of red pepper for the tomatoes. This is a wonderful recipe to make… Read more »
This recipe is wonderful with fresh microgreens, but if you don’t grow them or can’t find them, arugula offers a wonderful flavor. The tangy, lightly spicy coconut sauce is perfectly complemented by the spicy, nutty taste of arugula. If salmon isn’t the best option in your seafood department, trout would make an excellent alternative.
Love chili but bored of the same old, same old? Feeling adventuresome? Pair this chili up with cornbread and enjoy the discovery that healthy eating doesn’t need to be bland. Tip: If you can’t find mustard greens, and sturdy, dark green will work. Try collards or chard or spinach instead.
Thai-inspired and super simple, this veggie-packed dish is a comfort food a nutritionist can get behind. Make sure to use a peanut butter that contains only peanuts—no added salt, sugar, or oils—for the best nutrition.