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This unique stir-fry offers a satisfying, flavorful vegetarian lunch or dinner option. Walnuts and mint leaves are a surprising addition to this colorful, heart-healthy dish.
This recipe includes steps to make your own tomato sauce, whether to use with the other ingredients listed or for other dishes as well. Use your own garden tomatoes or canned roma tomatoes for a tasty dish including roasted mushrooms, broccoli and peppers.
This flavorful hearty soup includes two cans of fiber-rich beans, mushrooms, tomatoes and a red pepper. It’s great the next day and also freezes well.
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Pasta and fresh vegetables pair up in this simple-to-make, flavorful dish. You also can substitute your favorite veggies. Spinach, bell peppers, broccoli rabe eggplant, shallots or wild mushrooms are all good swaps. Add some heat with hot peppers or seasonings.
This quick (and healthy) recipe for thin-sliced turkey breast can be on your table in minutes. Pounding makes the cutlets quite tender; cooking them quickly keeps them moist. Serve with brown rice and a salad.
Whole grains meet dried fruit and nuts for a well-rounded treat that’s perfect for a mid-afternoon snack.
Have you heard of firey-hot harissa sauce? It’s a common condiment that people use in North African countries with Tunisia credited as its originator. You can use it with couscous or in soups and other stews or dishes where you are looking for a kick.
Make your own homemade marinades. Go with a streamlined, 4-ingredient recipe or build on it to create Asian, Latin, Middle Eastern and other exotic flavors. Use your own marinade to fatten up the flavor of leaner, heart-healthy meats and poultry.
The sweetness of navel orange wedges complements the texture and slightly bitter taste of the spinach in this salad. You can also substitute pears, apples, berries or other fruit that’s in season.