For a visually striking dish, use red quinoa as the base for this warm salad. This simple-to-make salad is a fresh and flavorful option for any meal.
You’ll love this fresh twist on a classic fall favorite. Red curry paste can be found in the international section of most grocery stores or at Asian markets. Be sure to use the lowest fat coconut milk available for the healthiest preparation.
Peanuts are the hearty star of this spicy African dish. For a thicker soup, add extra brown rice. For a little extra kick, increase the cayenne paper.
Using fruit at the end of a long cooking time adds both acidity and sweetness to this otherwise classic stew. Tip: The long cooking times necessary to make lean cuts as tender as possible mean that this recipe is well-suited for slow cooker modification. Brown the meat with the onions and wait until the final […]
A luscious, Asian-style peanut sauce is the perfect way to perk up green beans to take them from a simple side to a genuine treat. Make extra—they reheat nicely and make a fantastic snack.
A lively salsa will be sure to kick up the heat on this simple dish. Ground turkey provides a leaner option to ground beef with a flavor you’ll be eager to substitute in your other favorite recipes. Tip: Sour cream and salsa are common sides for enchiladas. Swap sour cream out for plain, non-fat Greek yogurt […]
Lentils and barley are both wonderful foods for improving the nutrition of your diet while reducing your environmental impact and spending less money on food. This filling soup brings the two together in the best possible way for a warming, flavorful meal you’ll be happy to eat again and again.
Jamaican cuisine is characterized by its rich use of spices and herbs, and especially the use of allspice in savory dishes for a sweet undernote to complex and well-balanced flavors. This curry-like stew is an easy introduction to this delicious approach to spicing up your food.