This superfast stir-fry is overflowing with traditional Asian spices and comes together in under 20 minutes. If you don& 39;t have or can& 39;t find oyster sauce, clam juice or fish sauce will work in its place. Rice noodles are more firm and don& 39;t turn mushy after being sautéed in the pan, but feel free to use fine udon noodles instead.
Category Traditional recipes
Yes, that goat cheese with a brûléed top is completely vegan. We blanched pine nuts and slivered almonds to draw out their brown pigment, leaving a white nut purée that looks just like goat cheese, and has a mild, creamy interior. Paired with sweet cooked fruit and peppery arugula, it makes a delightful and surprising combo.
Roasted cherry tomatoes add a punch of flavor and nutrition to any dish. Whether served on top of toast, stirred into pasta, spooned over pork chops, or piled over a whole-grain bowl, we can’t get enough of these juicy little gems.This easy recipe is perfect for weeknights, plus you can enjoy the leftovers all week long.
This quick dessert is perfect to pop in the oven just as you sit down to dinner; by the time you’re done with the meal, it’s done, too. Roasting the pears at a high temperature gives them caramelized edges and makes them soft and tender. The accompanying honeyed yogurt contains little bits of zippy-spicy crystallized ginger, a perfect complement to the sweet pears.
Photo: Randy Mayor; Styling: Claire SpollenWho knew toast could be so delicious? Brushed with butter, lightly dipped in sugar, and grilled, the bread (a nice enriched challah) becomes almost brûléed. Buy Saba online here, or swap it out for your favorite balsamic syrup.How to Make ItStep 1Combine Saba, turbinado sugar, and 1 tablespoon butter in a saucepan.
Photo: Jennifer Causey; Styling: Kira CorbinThis is a super-simple, healthy lunch you can either prepare out of last-night& 39;s dinner, or make in a batch for several days of healthy lunches. The key here is the honey-mustard dip, which gives new vibrancy to the veggies and protein. Green beans and potatoes work well here, as they stay firm and taste delicious cold—as does the chicken.
Photo: Randy Mayor; Styling: Blakeslee Wright GilesPizza for breakfast? You bet. It& 39;s easy, it& 39;s delicious, and it& 39;s so much healthier than heading to the drive-through.How to Make ItPlace bottom half of English muffin on bottom plate of hot sandwich maker; top with mozzarella cheese and turkey pepperoni.
Photo: Jason Wallis; Styling: Cindy BarrYieldServes 4 (serving size: about 1/2 cup)We stir in a bit of greens to up the nutritional value in Kale Mashed Potatoes. This side dish gets a head start with frozen mashed potatoes. It& 39;s delicious with this Hearty Beef and Stout Stew, pictured.Ingredients2 cups frozen mashed potatoes (such as Ore-Ida Steam n& 39; Mash)1 tablespoon butter2 cups sliced Lacinato kale1/4 cup sliced green onions1/2 cup 2 milk1/2 teaspoon pepperNutritional InformationCalories 114Fat 3.
The trick to making this simple, stylish dish taste incredible is this: Don& 39;t rush. You want to really caramelize the onions to give the galette a silky texture and deep, rich, decadent flavor, and there are no shortcuts. But when you& 39;re done, you& 39;ll have a rustic, free-form version of a savory tart that& 39;s pretty enough to serve guests.
This is the low carb, high fiber version of cheesy pull-apart bread. Perfect as part of a mezze platter, or simply served on its own, this healthy, cheesy eggplant will even satisfy a carb lover. We steam the eggplant first and then add the cheese to reduce the chance of the cheese melting too much and falling through the cracks.
Step 1Cut chicken into 1-inch cubes; sprinkle evenly with garlic powder and pepper. Place cornstarch in a large sealable plastic bag; add chicken, and toss to thoroughly coat. Heat olive oil in a large nonstick skillet over high. Add chicken to hot oil, discarding excess cornstarch; cook, stirring often, until mostly cooked through and lightly browned, about 4 minutes.
Total Time1 Hour 30 MinsYieldServes 6 (serving size: 3 lasagna rolls)Luscious, saucy, and full of classic spinach lasagna flavors, this fun take on lasagna is a great recipe for kids to help with. You can even make these spinach lasagna rolls ahead and store them in the fridge for a few days. Be sure to use the lasagna noodles that are the classic shape—not the “no-boil” ones.
Photo: Randy Mayor; Styling: Lindsey LowerThis all green salad is family-friendly—packed with crunchy and refreshing cucumber, celery, and romaine lettuce. You can prep all of the ingredients ahead, and even whisk the dressing together, but wait to dress the salad until shortly before serving. Don& 39;t have romaine?
Stir together raisins and hot water in a small bowl. Let stand 5 minutes; drain. Whisk together mayonnaise, yogurt, vinegar, mustard, honey, salt, and pepper in a large bowl. Add broccoli, apples, carrots, onion, pepitas, and drained raisins; toss to coat. Serve immediately, or cover and refrigerate up to 1 day.
Set yourself up for healthy eating success with nearly a week’s worth of packed-up lunches. A little bit of lean ground beef goes a long way here because it’s well spiced and augmented by hearty pinto beans. This savory mixture gets stuffed into baby bell peppers, which are kept raw for more crunch and sweetness.
Skirt steak with chimichurri sauce is easy enough for a weeknight, but it can easily be gussied up for company—try it with a side of fresh asparagus. This simple recipe makes the most of skirt steak, a cut of beef that& 39;s super flavorful but not necessarily the most tender. Here, we pair it with an herby sauce that balances the bold beefiness.
How to Make ItStep 1Preheat oven to 400°F. Pulse cauliflower chunks in a food processor until finely chopped, about 20 pulses. Transfer to a large microwavable bowl, and cover with plastic wrap. Microwave on HIGH until tender, about 9 minutes. Spread cauliflower in an even layer on a rimmed baking sheet; let cool, about 15 minutes.
Halibut—a tender, sweet-tasting whitefish—is a great option for fish tacos, especially when paired with crunchy slaw, zippy pico de gallo, and a salty cheese. We promise you’ll want these more often than just on Taco Tuesdays. Serve them with a side of black beans or yellow rice to round out your meal.
How to Make ItStep 1Preheat a grill to high (450°F to 500°F). Or heat a grill pan over high. Stir together olive oil, harissa, lime juice, honey, pepper, cumin, and 1/2 teaspoon of the salt. Brush 1 side of eggplant slices with harissa mixture. Reserve remaining mixture for serving.Step 2Place eggplant slices on oiled grates, and grill, uncovered, until grill marks appear, about 3 minutes.
If you’ve never heard of Eton Mess, you’ll be thankful we’re introducing you to it. This traditional English dessert is essentially a pavlova parfait made with layers of crunchy, slightly sweet meringue, creamy whipped cream, and fresh berries. Our version is much lower in sugar, but equally delicious.
Whether you’re cooking for a vegan friend or yourself, this vegan fettuccine Alfredo will impress! It truly tastes like what you would expect from an Alfredo, yet it is 100 percent dairy-free. It is also far healthier than a traditional version: It clocks in at under 400 calories and delivers 10 grams of fiber (that’s more than one-third of the daily recommended amount).