This Thai-inspired dish features sweet potatoes blended into the sauce and as bites in the bowl
Our version of a Southern tradition for your New Years celebrations
Good-quality saffron is the key to this dish.
This soba salad is a great take-along lunch because the flavors of the peanut dressing develop over time.
Serve these small gems for breakfast or brunch. Or dinner if you're truly wild.
Mustard has powerful anti-inflammatory and digestion-promoting properties
Colorful, sizzling vegetables. Tortillas. Joy.
This tropical medley is a fresh alternative to a vegetable side dish. To stretch it into a main dish for four, top with 1 cup of roasted cashews and serve it over steamed rice.
Think of these rolls as noodle-wrapped salads with a dressing for dipping. Fresh rice-paper rolls are easy to make once you get the hang of softening the wrappers with warm water. Serve these rolls as an appetizer or as part of an Asian-themed meal. They make delicious take-along lunches, too!
Of course, my very favorite gumbo features Cajun-spiced, crispy roasted potatoes. Because . . . why the heck not? Pour a few giant spoonfuls of this perfect gumbo over some potatoes and rice if you are a double-carb person like me. Top it with vegan sausages if you want, and prepare to call this your very favorite gumbo.
Mushrooms and walnuts stand in for meat in this cancer-fighting meal.
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Pull all those leftover condiments out of the fridge and pick your favorite to pair with this simple dish. Serve with steamed rice.
Pigeon peas, rice, and curries are staple dishes in Caribbean kitchens. We’ve kept the curry seasoning mild so the recipe will be kid friendly, but you can always boost the flavoring of the squash by using more (or a hotter) curry powder. Serve with a side of steamed greens.
Maitake mushrooms, also known as hen-of-the-woods, ram's head, or sheep's head mushrooms, have a woodsy, smoky flavor that pairs well with roasted vegetables.
This elegant first course features hearty king trumpet mushrooms, noted for their chewy, meaty texture.
While most tomato sauces get their kick from fresh garlic, this one substitutes fresh ginger for a similar punch that's a natural match for sweet, tender spring carrots. Ribbons of pappardelle pasta (one 8-oz. package) will turn the light sauce into a hearty meal.
When making this simple stir-fry, be sure to get the wok or skillet really hot so that the broccoli and ramen noodles get a seared crispiness to them.