Have you tried jicama? It is a crunchy, white-fleshed root vegetable with the texture of an apple. Its mild flavor and texture make it a great alternative to tortilla chips.
The word smoky, when applied to food, usually calls to mind barbeque and other meat-centric meals, not a vegan feast. But here is a dish that’s as savory and satisfying as it is plant-centric and nutritious.
Why buy a bottle of salad dressing when you can make your own? This easy-to-make recipe tastes great and has simple ingredients.
This colorful, satisfying dish can complement a main entree or serve as a light, flavorful meal of its own. The nuts and pesto over green beans boost the flavor and the nutrients.
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Move aside, BLT. Now there’s something leaner: SLT or a yummy carmelized shiitake mushroom, lettuce and tomato sandwich!
This hearty vegetable soup of zucchini, yellow squash and chickpeas will warm you up inside. Stewed tomatoes, vegetable broth and a dollop of yogurt make a tasty broth.
This salad is a perfect pick when you have guests for dinner and have a lot of other dishes to prepare. You can make the dressing a day or two ahead if you like.
This Asian-inspired stir fry recipe marries sweet and sour flavors. Makes a perfect side dish to broiled chicken or fish. Select firm, straight stalks with closely closed tips, whether you like pencil-thin or thick stalks.
Leafy greens, mushrooms, peppers and squash pack this tasty brown rice dish with fiber and nutrients. It’s flavored with sambal, an Indonesian chili paste, lemon and fresh herbs.
If you have a craving for cheesecake, try this inventive and delicious version. Top this lighter version with some fruit and enjoy for under 200 calories.