Expand your vegetable horizons with this simple okra dish, made complex by the delicate balance of Indian spices. Serve as a side dish with your favorite meals or over brown rice.
This easy snack is perfect for kids to make themselves and perfect to pack in a lunchbox. If your child’s classroom is peanut-free, sunflower seed butter makes a nice, allergy-safe alternative.
These little cups are the champs of make-ahead breakfast foods. Mix up a big batch at the beginning of the week and keep them in the fridge for an easy reheat option for breakfast or snacks. They’re definitely better warm as the texture is that of baked oatmeal, not of muffins. Toss in a little […]
Traditional pea soup is made from dried peas, which impart a more yellow color to the dish. This version is bright green and screams freshness in both its color and appearance.
Spinach acts as a base for a rich green dressing in this delightful side dish, helping to coat potatoes with both flavor and color. When you struggle to get enough green vegetables into your family, every little bit counts.
By “naked” fajitas, we just mean “fajitas without the tortilla.” Nothing scandalous going on here, unless it’s how scandalously delicious this meal is.
If you’re looking for a simple way to cook cod that’s full-flavored and uncomplicated, this dish is worth your consideration. Serve it with a side salad and some crusty, whole-grain bread for a light summer meal. Tip: This dish works easily as well with fresh or frozen cod.
Fire-roasted tomatoes and capers spice up this incredibly easy pasta dish without overwhelming the delicate flavor of oyster mushrooms. If you’re working on replacing meat with more plant-based foods, mushrooms are a wonderful, hearty alternative to meat, and this dish showcases how to use them with a classic pasta dish. Tip: If oyster mushrooms are […]