This hearty and simple soup comes from a tradition of Romani potage, which are stews designed to be cooked easily over an open fire. The delicious combination of spices reflects the cultural heritage of the traditionally itinerant Romani people, who originally set out towards Europe from northwest India. Serve this soup on its own, over […]
Expand your chili repertoire with this simple white chili. This recipe makes a small batch, which is perfect for testing something new, but it can easily be doubled or tripled to feed a bigger group. Try your hand at playing with great chili: for a slightly sweeter profile, use a red or orange bell pepper […]
Whole wheat pasta and cannellini beans are the substance of this simple, fresh Italian-inspired dish. Made with common pantry staples, you’ll be glad to have as an easy weeknight standby.
Golden raisins add delightful bursts of sweetness to this lightly curried couscous that will sweep you away with the perfect balance of exotic spice and homey simplicity. Tip: If you want brighter color from your peas, search blanching instructions and use that process to lightly cook the peas before adding.
Surprise all your senses with this colorful, flavorful stew, where southern pizzazz is sweetened by a hint of sweet potato and citrus.
Coming together easily from frozen and canned ingredients, this simple side can serve as a salad or salsa. Eat it with a heaping pile of greens and either a serving of whole grains or a lean protein to turn it into a meal.
This simple, nourishing soup will be sure to leave you satisfied on a cool winter’s evening. To store the leftovers for the longest life, you can also store the macaroni separately to prevent it from soaking up the liquid.
This recipe is a great way to use up leftover chicken and vegetables to create a delicious, easy meal. If you don’t have peas and carrots in the freezer, any odds and ends of frozen vegetables will do the job.