Never tried coleslaw — grilled? We didn’t think so. Give our wellness dietitians’ version a shot! It’s filled with not only your traditional cabbage, but adds corn and poblano and red bell peppers in the flavorful, smoky mix.
Roasted beets are easy to fix and great to have on hand in your fridge. Slice them for your salad. Or feature them in a side dish, embellished with a few simple ingredients, as this recipe does.
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.
A simple honey-lemon dressing and some fresh parsley top off this gorgeous dish. Add this to your regular menu rotation for smiles all around
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