For lunch or a simple week-night dinner, it will delight your taste buds, nourish you, and warm you from the inside out.
Leeks are in the same family as onions, but have a mild flavor that complement the other ingredients without overpowering them.
This fish chowder is a feast in itself because it’s so interestingly rich in flavor.
Take a look at this wide array of Mexican-inspired recipes, from salsas and guacamole to soups and tacos. All are flavorful and healthy, and a few are sure to surprise you.
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Fresh steamed clams make this creamy chowder extra good; however, canned clams work well too. When steaming, you can save time by preparing them up to one day in advance. For a dairy-free version, use olive oil or coconut oil instead of grass-fed butter.
Along with the traditional carrots, celery, and tomatoes, this version also uses tasty fennel and kale as well as flavorful onion and garlic.
Make this creamy, comforting soup without worrying about added dairy. This recipe calls for cashews rather than heavy cream or butter you typically find in similar offerings.
Instead of soggy white flour noodles, we’ve tossed in a bunch of hearty green escarole, full of folic acid, fiber, and vitamins A and K.
If the winter weather has you down, why not take a little trip to Mexico? This slow-cooker recipe, inspired by a traditional Mexican soup, packs enough flavor to transport you — or at least your taste buds!
An unexpected combo of ingredients makes this soup sweet, spicy and memorable. You can serve it over whole grain quinoa or with a side of mixed baby greens, like arugula.