Puréed pumpkin lightens up an otherwise-classic dip recipe.
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A single potato gives this pumpkin version a rich, creamy texture.
Morels lend an earthy flavor to this grain dish.
Fresh lime juice imparts a bright acidity.
A twist on the classic French café sandwich.
Chickpeas, carrots, and feta come together in a tasty fritter accompanied by a refreshing and easy herbed yogurt sauce.
The play of textures from carrot juice, carrots, and a tomato-and-cucumber topping give this chilled soup extra elegance. Gazpacho seems a natural choice for lunch or dinner, but how about serving it at your next brunch?
Chermoula is a textured North African marinade made of herbs, oil, and lemon juice. Here, it makes a fresh and fragrant topping for roasted carrots.
Asian pears lend themselves well to fruit salads, where they add a crisp and juicy texture similar to melon. Nashi, the Japanese word for Asian pear, is also what they call the fruit in Australia and New Zealand.
Asian pears cooked with honey and served warm sprinkled with pine nuts are a classic home remedy for colds and coughs in Korea. Here, we’ve jazzed up the flavor with hibiscus tea and pomegranate juice. Serve warm or chilled.
Creamy and smooth meets crunchy and juicy in this quick lunch or dinner combo.
Thin slices of Asian pear add sweetness to this tofu stir-fry without losing their shape. Serve with steamed rice.
For just a hint of heat, strain the jalapeño pieces out of the oil before drizzling it over the popcorn.
Pear adds a subtle sweetness to this comforting soup, and a spoonful of mustard greens pesto gives it zip. Extra pesto can be swirled into other chunky and creamy soups or used to top pasta.
This greens-spiked version of mac and cheese gets its velvety richness from carrot purée rather than milk or cream.
Tossing mustard greens in a hot dressing softens them just a bit without compromising their texture and body.
Mustard greens are tender and don't need long cooking, but sautéing them briefly softens their sharp edge. Slice the baguette at a very sharp angle to create long toasts for this recipe. On smaller toasts, the eggs make a nice hors d'oeuvres.
Spaghetti squash brings natural sweetness and tenderness to baked goods, much the way grated carrots do for carrot cake.
This homey casserole is satisfying on a chilly autumn night.
Curry and winter squash pair well in fall dishes like this gorgeous stuffed squash.