Peanut butter and warm spices bring the flavors of northern Africa to an otherwise classic tomato soup. Lightly sweet and nicely balanced for acidity, this tomato soup might just become your new go-to recipe.
Cooking Indian food at home can seem daunting because of the number of spices involved, but in truth, the process of cooking this luxurious korma is not more complicated than any soup. If you don’t have the spices on hand, look for a spice shop that sells spices in bulk. You can buy smaller amounts […]
If you like a good alfredo, you’ll love this easy and delicious recipe, perfect for a busy weeknight. Serve with a lightly dressed salad to round out the meal.
This dinner is quick and easy and scrumptious. Roasting gnocchi gives it a nice crispy exterior that you’ll love. You can use fresh, frozen, or shelf-stable interchangeably for this recipe.
Hearty, warm, satisfying…and vegan! This vegetable-stuffed soup is easy to set up and full of flavor. Serve with a little good whole grain bread to sop up the tasty juices.
If you’re baking or roasting veggies for another dish, throw your sweet potatoes in at the same time to conserve time and energy. They take about 40 minutes at 350ºF to cook, and you can reheat easily in the microwave on the day you’re making the lentils.
Red beans and rice are a classic New Orleans dish. This version is a little lighter on both the salt and the saturated fat, but not light in flavor. Use cayenne pepper and hot sauce to adjust the heat to suit your personal preferences.
You can save time and steps by cooking the vegetables in the stock, but roasting them with the spices helps the flavors develop more deeply. Top with a little plain yogurt if desired. If you enjoy a little heat, our taste-testers found that they enjoyed this soup with extra black pepper–the bite of the pepper […]