You’ll often find this dish on the menu in Indian restaurants. The chilled raita, a yogurt-based condiment, serves as a cooling counter-balance to the spicy cauliflower and lentils.
This savory Greek appetizer is usually made with a lot of butter and feta cheese, which is delicious but very salty. This recipe offers a lighter, heart-healthy alternative.
Here’s a healthier pie crust than the ones you would typically encounter, which are often heavy in saturated fats. This crust takes only a few minutes to mix together and roll out.
These little open-faced sandwiches make a light, delicious lunch. The recipe relies on first-rate ingredients so make sure your tomato is ripe and that the arugula and goat cheese are fresh.
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These green beans offer sweet and hot flavors along with the distinctive taste of cilantro or Thai basil. They make a great side dish, and you can also use the sauce to pour over grilled white fish or chicken.
This is a last-minute dessert that can be made while you brew the coffee and finish clearing the table.
This recipe is simple and a great way to add veggies to your grilled fare. The dressing is light and gives this slaw a distinct Asian flavor.
For lunch, layer grated carrot, radish sprouts and chopped tomatoes with the bean spread on whole wheat bread. Or serve it with breads or crudites at a party.
Edamame, or green soybeans, are available shelled or fully cooked in pods in the produce and frozen vegetable sections of supermarkets.
This low-fat dish is an excellent way to meet almost half of your daily fiber needs. It’s low in sodium, rich in phytonutrients and a great source of potassium.