The heat of jalapeño peppers is balanced in this southwestern-inspired hummus by zesty lime. Serve with your favorite Guiding Star-earning tortilla chip or cut veggies. This would be an excellent recipe to serve with jicama sticks. Tip: Take care while working with hot peppers: their oils can burn if you rub your eyes or touch […]
A simple falafel sauce is super easy. Just combine ½ cup tahini (sesame seed paste, available in the Middle Eastern section of your supermarket) with ¼ cup water, a tablespoon of fresh squeezed lemon juice, ¼ teaspoon finely minced fresh garlic, ¼ teaspoon sweet paprika for color, and a little dash of pepper and cayenne if desired. […]
Your guests will love these easy to prepare and smoky treats. Serve with a side of brown rice or corn tortillas for a complete meal you can enjoy.
Add some zing and crunch to your salad or snack routine with this simple dish. Don’t be afraid to play with the spice mix! Taste it before you add it to the beans and tailor it to your preferences.
Whether you’re looking for a side or a snack, roasted edamame are sure to be a win for your family. Experiment with adding your favorite herbs and spices. Best hot and still good cold, edamame are also a great way to add a bit of filling fiber and protein to a basic salad for a […]
Even if you’re usually a meat-lover, this vegetarian chili will leave you satisfied and looking forward to leftovers. Pair it with a salad or cornbread or enjoy it on its own for a meal that will warm you on a cold day.
If you’re craving Mexican but don’t want to indulge in the luxury of eating out, the magnificent flavors of this dish will meet your cravings and then some. Don’t be surprised if your family requests it again and again.
The hands-on process for turning arborio rice into a creamy dish is entirely worth the work for the flavor and texture. Red beans and kale add visual texture and colorful appeal to make this a beautiful centerpiece for any vegetarian feast. Tip: For sweeter kale, wash it a second time after slicing to remove the bitter […]