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.
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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.
Rabbit is a lean meat that can often be sourced inexpensively from local farmers and has a much lower ecological impact than many other kinds of meat. Tasting quite similar to chicken thighs, it is tender and delicious and picks up flavor well. Serve with a side of dark wilted greens and quinoa for a… Read more »
If you don’t have time to slow-roast the broccoli and chickpeas, steam them quickly and add the seasonings at the end. Curry powders vary in the strength of their flavor, so be sure to start with less and season to taste.
Ditch the classic mayo-heavy chicken salad in favor of this more flavorful option. Serve either centered on a bed of greens or in a sandwich made from whole-grain bread.
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.
Lightly sweetened, filled with fruit and spiced to perfection, these tender pancakes will require no butter or syrup to become a beloved dish at your family’s table. Mix up the combination of fruit and spices seasonally or to find your family’s favorite flavor.