Rice salads make excellent lunches. The hearty grains absorb flavors as they sit in the fridge and don’t get soggy as green salads can. This simple flavor profile is easy to make from pantry ingredients. Tip: Cooling rice properly before storing is important for food safety, so don’t skip the step of spreading the rice […]
These savory vegan muffins are the perfect accompaniment to hearty soup or stew in the middle of winter. Don’t feel confined to sage: rosemary and thyme also make excellent additions to the flavor of pumpkin.
The best thing about this recipe, other than the depth of flavor, is how versatile it is! Don’t have kidney beans on hand? Try using black-eyed peas or garbanzo beans. Want to pack in a few more veggies? Add a bell pepper (red, green, or mixed) during step 3 and allow it to become tender […]
This spiced bean dish is a fantastic staple. If mung beans aren’t readily available in your grocery store, split yellow peas make a reasonable substitute. Lime juice can also be used to taste in place if tamarind paste.
Chole is another name for chickpeas or garbanzo beans. This classic Indian dish is a wonderful way to learn how to cook with Indian spices.
Thanks to Anissa Pinkham for sharing this recipe with our team! Numerous additions can be added to this versatile sauce as it heats up in the pan. Try adding picante sauce, chopped jalapeños, diced green chilies, a pinch of cayenne, cumin, or your favorite hot sauce.
Popcorn is a wonderful, whole-grain snack food that’s low in calories and high in enjoyability. It doesn’t need to lean on butter or salt, either. With a tiny bit of preparation, you can make an herb-infused oil drizzle that pairs wonderfully with nutritional yeast for a flavor experience that will wow you.
Packed with fruit and topped with refreshing coconut water, these gorgeous, icy little gems are a glorious way to cool down and hydrate on a hot summer day. Sophisticated enough for adults, delicious enough for kids, these may become a new staple in your freezer.