This recipe is simple and a great way to add veggies to your grilled fare. The dressing is light and gives this slaw a distinct Asian flavor.
Not all pasta recipes are based on tomatoes, oil and hard Italian cheeses. This light, creamy recipe offers a new, delicious option.
Combining low-fat feta and tofu makes for a lighter, healthier Greek salad. Serve this salad on lettuce leaves garnished with toasted whole-grain bread.
Sure, hummus is traditionally made from chickpeas. But versions using beans are just as sure to please! Try our dietitians’ Black Bean Hummus, which is bursting with Mexican flavors thanks to cilantro and cumin.
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Never tried freekeh? This ancient grain is loaded with protein and fiber. Give it a try in our wellness dietitians’ Nutty Freekeh Tabbouleh, which is bursting with flavor thanks to cucumbers, tomatoes, parsley, mint, lemon juice and scallions.
This surprisingly sweet dip is great with vegetables or whole-grain crackers or as a topping on a piece of salmon. Use it as part of a vegetable platter pre-dinner or for a snack.
Hesitant to make tofu yourself? Here’s the perfect recipe for novices. This simple Sesame Seed-Crusted Tofu from our dietitian is both easy and tasty.
This curry dish is not only full of flavor, but it is also uber-nutritious. It’s low in fat and sodium, cholesterol-free and a great source of lean protein, dietary fiber and potassium.
This tabbouleh recipe calls for a generous amount of lemon juice and fresh herbs besides the traditional chopped parsley and tomatoes. The result is a refreshing and very flavorful fresh salad.
Pasta and fresh vegetables pair up in this simple-to-make, flavorful dish. You also can substitute your favorite veggies.