If you’re looking for the perfect main course to wow at a vegetarian feast, look no further than this excellent salad. It’s also an excellent meal to make ahead to reheat throughout the week for lunches.
Millet is a fantastic grain to roll into your diet, and this salad is a gorgeous way to do it. Pomegranate is a perfect flavor to enjoy during the fall, when it’s in season, although some stores offer the seeds independently for longer than the whole fruits are available.
This is a perfect recipe for using up leftover lentils. You don’t need to add salt to the dressing, as the olives and cheese provide plenty. The real flavor stars of this dish, however, are the lemon and dill, which will complement pretty much any fresh salad veggie you’d like to add in. To make […]
The flavors of this dish are inspired by the cuisine of North Africa. As Ras el Hanout is increasing in popularity, it’s often available in the spice blend section, but if you can’t find it, you can make your own from ingredients you probably already have in your cupboard.
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 […]
The creaminess of this Caesar salad dressing comes from the cashew butter. If you can’t find cashew butter at your store, you can also take unsalted, raw cashews and soak them in warm water for an hour before pureeing them to form the base of the dressing.
Unlike your typical cold slaw that is better after sitting for a day, this warm slaw is best served fresh. Toss with freshly cooked buckwheat soba noodles for a light meal.
This simple slaw is a great dish to make with kids home for winter vacation–plenty for little hands to measure and chop! The wintery flavors are a perfect light side to serve with a pork roast.