Serve your shrimp skewers over a bed of brown or white basmati rice with a side of steamed or grilled veggies for a quick and healthy dinner. With such an easy preparation, spicing up your weeknight meals with this dish is almost as easy as ordering takeout from your favorite Indian place.
You can roast or grill these foil wrapped cabbage wedges. Tart lemon and salty Worcestershire sauce match with just a hint of bacon (that’s right, we said bacon) for a twist on cabbage that will leave your clamoring for more.
A simple falafel sauce is super easy. Just combine ½ cup tahini (sesame seed paste, available in the Middle Eastern section of your supermarket) with ¼ cup water, a tablespoon of fresh squeezed lemon juice, ¼ teaspoon finely minced fresh garlic, ¼ teaspoon sweet paprika for color, and a little dash of pepper and cayenne if desired. […]
Tofu acts as an egg replacement in this moist, dense coffee cake sweetened with orange juice and applesauce. Everyone will be begging to take home the leftovers at your next brunch.
Quick, easy and delicious. Store-bought trail mix is often heavier on the sugar than you’d expect. The trick to this trail mix is starting with a star-earning cereal and keeping the proportion of dried fruit and chocolate in balance with filling items like soy nuts and pumpkin seeds. If your family isn’t a fan of any one […]
Using crushed tortilla chips to thicken this chili adds both body and salt to improve the flavor and texture of the dish while increasing the whole grains in the meal.
A moist spice rub acts as a thick marinade in this recipe to produce deeply flavorful, moist chicken that can be readily served with your favorite vegetable dishes.
A little chopped cilantro and lime juice added to the dressing is a delicious alteration to this slaw. You can either eat this quite fresh for maximum crispness or make it up to a day ahead for thorough marination of the flavors.