This popular Indian comfort food is a thick stew packed with wonderful vegetables. It’s is traditionally served with papadums, although naan is also a tasty option if you can’t find papdums locally. Split yellow mung beans, which are also sold under the name moong dal, can be swapped with red lentils or yellow split peas… Read more »
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This classic Filipino stew is meant to be served over rice. We recommend brown rice. If you’re using regular brown rice, which has a long cook time, get that starting before you begin the picadillo to have them be ready at roughly the same time. Instant brown rice is also a great option, and takes… Read more »
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… Read more »
Cream of celery soup might sound like some salty goo your grandmother dumped out of a can to coat a piece of chicken back in the sixties, but trust us. When you make your own celery soup from scratch, you’ll find it to be not only dead simple, but also worth the effort and worth… Read more »
Thick, hearty, packed with flavorful veggies and two kinds of lentils, this soup is the best kind of comfort food for winter. Serve with crusty whole-grain bread.
If you adore strong garlic, this simple soup is a brilliant way to use up any hearty greens you’ve got kicking around your fridge. Kale, cabbage and mustard greens would all make ideal alternatives for collards. If you’ve got greens to use up but are less of a garlic fan, take the amount down to… Read more »
New to tempeh? Try it in this robust, flavorful vegetarian stew. To make the stew vegan, skip the yogurt entirely or use a vegan replacement like cashew cream to keep the rich texture.