Smoked salmon can be a pricey ingredient, but don’t feel like you have to purchase it specially to make this salad. If you’ve got a leftover filet of salmon or trout from a favorite recipe, stretch it into two servings with a can of beans and some fresh produce for a delicious meal that will… Read more »
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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.
Assembling eggrolls is a hassle and a half, and the deep-frying process doesn’t exactly add a lot of nutritional benefit. This vegetable-heavy mix served over brown rice is made with half pork and half turkey for a nice balance of flavor and smart eating choices.
Bored with your every day salad? This little culinary adventure is worth exploring. Warm, curried tempeh over massaged kale is a tangy, sweet and spicy treat you’ll love. Adjust the amount of chili to suit your preference for heat.
This salad will keep nicely in the fridge as long as you store the dressing and nuts separately and add them only when serving the salad. Prep it on the weekend and enjoy for lunch all through the week.
Get the most out of your fresh summer tomatoes by dressing them with fresh herbs. Kalamata olives and feta bring some nice, salty pizzazz to the party, pairing beautifully with dill for a simple, tasty salad you’ll look forward to every year.
While you can make this recipe any time of year with frozen or canned corn, we suggest trying it with fresh corn at the height of summer. If you’re not a fan of lima beans, edamame makes a nice substitute and doesn’t need to be cooked. Gayle Laughton submitted this recipe to and won the… Read more »