Tag Archives: vegetables

Vegetable Fried Rice with Coconut Flakes

Vegetable Fried Rice with Coconut Flakes

It’s the bane of every takeout experience. What do you do with the mountain of leftover takeout rice taking up space in your fridge? You don’t want to throw away perfectly good food, but you certainly don’t intend to have a bowl of plain rice for din ...
Chicken & Veggie Kebabs: Two Ways

Chicken & Veggie Kebabs: Two Ways

Burgers and dogs come with the burden of buns (not ideal if you’re eating gluten free). Steak and ribs can be heavy (and not all that healthy). For a perfect hot-off-the-grill dish, give classic chicken a spin—on sticks, mixed with chunks of colorful ...
Lemon Dijon-Drizzled Roasted Root Veg Fest

Lemon Dijon-Drizzled Roasted Root Veg Fest

Want to transform a picky eater into a vegetable-lover? Roast veggies in a tangy lemon-Dijon drizzle and complaints will simmer come dinnertime. The drizzle, made with extra virgin olive oil, Dijon mustard, lemon juice and parsley, brings a bold flav ...
Asian Millet Salad with Chili-Lime Dressing

Asian Millet Salad with Chili-Lime Dressing

The struggle is real. Finding a healthy but filling salad that requires little prep time is quite a task. And if you’re also looking for a dressing that is not loaded in calories, you’ve got your work cut out for you. Keep things simple by making thi ...
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 ...
10-Minute Spicy Baked Radish Chips

10-Minute Spicy Baked Radish Chips

It’s music to your ears: pop a chip into your mouth and crunch, crunch, crunch. Potato, corn, even kale—as long as it’s crisp, you’ll take any chip. So why not fill your bowl with something outside the usual store-bought bag? Sliced thin and sprinkle ...
4 Ways to Get More Greens in Winter

4 Ways to Get More Greens in Winter

With winter here, hearty foods with belly-warming qualities – potatoes, squash, cooked vegetables and heavier protein dishes like chicken and turkey – are what we crave. There’s just something about a filling or spicy meal, like curry or soup, that’s ...