Tired after a long day? You can prepare this quick, easy and tasty meal in minutes. The turkey or tofu provide the protein, and the sauerkraut supplies the fiber and minerals.
We all know about cole slaw that uses cabbage as the main ingredient. This sweet and crunchy version uses carrots instead, and features creamy Greek yogurt as a dressing rather than mayonnaise.
Leafy greens, mushrooms, peppers and squash pack this tasty brown rice dish with fiber and nutrients. It’s flavored with sambal, an Indonesian chili paste, lemon and fresh herbs.
With this fantastic gluten-free crust and veggie, Parmesan and Italian herb toppings, this pie is loaded with flavor and texture. Do we hear “pizza for dinner!”?
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This dish is completely customizable — you can substitute any legume, greens or grains with whatever’s in your pantry.
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This is not your everyday chicken salad. Adding red seedless grapes and pecan or walnut pieces to the mix, along with flavorful Dijon mustard and fresh parsley, make it a standout.
Leeks are in the same family as onions, but have a mild flavor that complement the other ingredients without overpowering them.
Wow your friends and family with this festival of flavor and textures. Enjoy tart Granny Smith apples, sweet fennel bulb, fresh herbs and almonds, topped with a creamy sweet-and-sour dressing.
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