Falafel is a Middle Eastern specialty consisting of croquettes or balls that are made of spiced ground chickpeas. Traditionally, it is deep-fried, but you can pan fry in a small amount of canola oil.
This hearty, tasty soup is full of flavor but low in calories. It’s also naturally sweet, with carrots and butternut squash.
Enjoy this fresh-tasting salad of ripe tomatoes, flavorful greens and whole-grain bread, all mixed with your own olive oil and vinegar dressing.
You may appreciate garden-variety quinoa, but crispy quinoa is a whole new ball game. The secret: texture.
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Nothing beats a snack featuring homegrown vegetables. But you don’t need a garden to enjoy this recipe. All you need is an appreciation for delicious, easy and satisfying whole foods.
Enjoy this easy-to-make hummus at your next party or family gathering. Grill or roast the onions for extra flavor to make a tasty dip for cut veggies, whole wheat pita or atop a fresh salad.
Nothing beats the smell of bubbling fruits mixed with fragrant spices and fresh lemon juice wafting through your home!
This mashed potato recipe is low in fat but high in satisfaction. Try it as a tasty alternative to full-fat dairy whipped potatoes.
A full cup of coarsely chopped fresh mint leaves makes this a very refreshing salad when you are grilling meat, fish or poultry. Or eat it as it is and enjoy all the fresh veggies.
This quick and simple recipe is the perfect vegetable side dish to spice up any meal. The ginger and garlic are especially aromatic as you cook.