Dal is wonderful comfort food. Spiced lentils can be eaten alone or over rice, and they taste even better the next day. This dal has a little pizzazz in the form of mango.
Hearty, warm, satisfying…and vegan! This vegetable-stuffed soup is easy to set up and full of flavor. Serve with a little good whole grain bread to sop up the tasty juices.
Ginger, cilantro, and garam masala flavor these tasty cakes. Serve on a bed of greens or in a wrap with the masala sauce serving as a dressing. Tip: Buckwheat flour is used in many gluten-free recipes. If you can’t find it, Millet flour is a good gluten-free replacement and whole wheat flour is fine if […]
Homemade red pepper paste brings rich, robust flavor to a simple filling packed with protein and whole grain. Choose a whole wheat wrap or lavash to encompass the marvelous mix of fillings for a nutritious sandwich that you’ll be so glad to add to your lunchtime routine.
Lentils and chicken sausage team up to provide a lean and delicious meal that comes together with minimum hassle while you’re handling other little end-of-day tasks.
A perfect dinner for those nights when you could just use something hearty and warm, this classic French lentil stew is a vegetarian delight. Simple to prepare and comforting to the senses, once you make this, you’ll want to keep lentils on hand more often. If you can’t wait around for the lentils to cook, […]
Lentils are a wonderful food to stock in your pantry. Using odds and ends of vegetables and canned tomatoes, this hearty soup comes together quickly. For the best leftovers, cook the macaroni separately and add per serving so it doesn’t go soggy in the fridge. Tip: If you can’t find tomatoes packed in puree at […]
Red lentils are the fastest-cooking lentil, making this a great option for a quick dinner. Shorbat adas, as this soup is also known, is a staple food throughout the Middle East. The spices and vegetables in shorbat adas are commonly simple and variable. Use this recipe to help you use up little vegetable odds and […]