Tag Archives: side dishes

Baby Brussels Sprout Slaw

Baby Brussels Sprout Slaw

Dust off the basket and shake out the blanket—a spring picnic is the perfect way to celebrate the start of the new season! Along with sandwiches, serve a side of colorful coleslaw, made creatively with baby Brussels sprouts instead of the usual shred ...
Ginger & Miso Quinoa With Chicken

Ginger & Miso Quinoa With Chicken

How quickly quinoa went from “keen-what?” to one of the most popular grains in the supermarket! Nutty, chewy and more nutritious than rice, this ancient favorite has become a modern-day staple, served up not only as a side dish but blended into break ...
Whole Roasted Cauliflower

Whole Roasted Cauliflower

Chopping, cutting, dicing, slicing—vegetable prep work sometimes takes more time than you’ll spend eating the finished dish! That’s why roasting veggies whole is one of my new favorite kitchen strategies. Cauliflower, usually cut into bite-sized flor ...
Tangy Chickpea & Fennel Salad

Tangy Chickpea & Fennel Salad

Calling all chickpea lovers! We’re big fans of this lovely legume in my house, but that doesn’t mean we’re scooping our way through bowl after bowl of hummus each week. Although they’re perfect in everyone’s favorite creamy dip, chickpeas – also know ...
Warm Lentils & Roasted Vegetables with Halloumi

Warm Lentils & Roasted Vegetables with Halloumi

Have you heard of halloumi? Popular in British cooking, this unique cheese (pronounced huh-LOO-mee) is made from a mixture of sheep and goat’s milk and tastes somewhat like feta, with a surprisingly sturdy quality that makes it great for grilling or ...
Low-Carb Cauliflower Mashed “Potatoes”

Low-Carb Cauliflower Mashed “Potatoes”

Olive oil instead of butter. Stevia swapped in for sugar. Chia seeds to replace eggs. There are endless cooking hacks to turn traditionally unhealthy dishes into something better for you. If you’re kicking carbs to the curb in 2015, consider le ...