This recipe makes enough to feed a high school football team, and with protein-packed, fiber-rich black beans playing quarterback, it’s bound to be a touchdown for keeping athletes full. Don’t feel obligated to stick exactly to the recommendations of peppers and onions. If you’ve got a different combination of onions and peppers in your fridge waiting […]
Peanuts and tomatoes may sound like strange bedfellows if you haven’t had much experience with north African cuisine, but in our humble opinion, it’s a combination that merits your attention. The sweetness and acidity pair perfectly with sweet potatoes, creating a rich, flavorful stew that you’ll want more of.
Fennel is a delicious plant from bulb to seed. The mild flavor is reminiscent of licorice, but in a light and fresh way that primarily adds sweetness to the dishes it accompanies. This barley dish, which is made in a slow cooker to achieve a risotto-like texture, is the perfect place for fennel to show […]
Dress up your dressing during the holidays with this lovely whole-grain dish packed with butternut squash and pecans! The rich array of autumnal flavors will pair perfectly with your favorite celebratory main course, providing a filling option that will tempt your omnivore friends and delight your vegetarian guests.
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.
The fresh bright flavors of parsley and mint team up with the warmth of cumin and cinnamon for an herbally spiced tango of flavors that will delight your mouth. Eat with a spoon or scoop up with whole grain pita. Tip: Shelled edamame is usually easy to find with frozen vegetables.
A healthy alternative to traditional chili, this dish will delight your senses with a rich selection of flavoring components, including beer and chocolate, which bring out the most robust flavors in chili.