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.
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.
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If you love the combination of sweet and spicy, try our Honey-Orange Grilled Pork Tenderloin With Chipotle Chiles. It’s a heart-healthy dinner that’s easy and sure to please.
Never tried those tiny blue potatoes you see in the produce section? Our Peruvian Blue Potato Salad is the perfect chance to give them a shot. You’ll never believe how brilliantly colorful a potato salad can be!
Couscous in chicken broth and lemon takes on a savory appeal that also compliments vegetables like asparagus and tomatoes. This side dish works well with grilled meats, poultry or fish.
Flank steak in the right marinade becomes succulent and tender. The marinade for this dish is based on Cuban mojo, the signature marinade of Cuba. It’s often served in Latin American restaurants as a dipping sauce for meats, poultry and fish. Try this heart-healthy version.
This recipe illustrates the influence of the Pacific Rim on San Francisco cuisine. The flavors are unmistakably Asian, including the chicken marinade and mix of cabbage, bean sprouts and daikon radish in the slaw.
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.