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!
You can substitute chicken breast or tofu for the flank steak in this recipe, which offers the best of Thai cooking with little fat, and less of the sodium you’ll find in restaurants.
This recipe sneaks protein and fiber into everybody’s favorite cookie. Your kids will love these gluten-free, vegan treats — and they’ll never guess the surprise ingredient!
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This Thai recipe works well with any firm fish, or scallops, lobster tail meat or shrimp. Substitute firm tofu for the seafood, and it becomes a stunning vegetarian entree.
You won’t believe what we stuffed inside our peppers. This recipe proves that you don’t need the meat and cheese for this traditional dish to be delicious! You can make our lighter version — featuring quinoa, collards and corn — with any color pepper you pick.
Firing up the grill? Why not grill your dessert too? Our grilled pineapple recipe is not only simple and refreshing, it’s downright delicious.
Crave something sweet, but watching your weight? Replace store-bought sweets with these homemade treats. You’ll boost your fiber while slashing calories and fat.
When you’re cooking lean, healthy meats, a dry rub can fire up the flavor. Find recipes for a few simple, flavorful rubs, including Asian, Latin and classic American cuisine.
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.