This dish brings together so many flavorful veggies to put a healthy twist on your traditional hash. Simply swapping out just a few key ingredients lets you enjoy all the things you love about hash but in a healthier way.
Don’t let the eggs fool you. This recipe makes for a savory and hearty meal that’s sure to fill you up at dinner. The best part - you won’t be in the kitchen all night. This dish is so quick and easy to throw together any night of the week.
This calcium rich dish showcases some ingredients you may not be as familiar with but trust me - it’ll quickly become a favorite. With so many great veggies, unexpected savory flavors and nutritional benefits, there’s a lot to love about this recipe.
Before you go searching for that forgotten takeout menu in the junk drawer, try out this recipe first. Not only is it similar to your favorite takeout spot’s fried rice, it’s a much healthier version of it with even more veggies. Plus, it’s quick and easy to throw together on nights you don’t feel like cooking.
For anyone looking to experiment with seafood but still make a dish that looks and tastes impressive, this is the recipe for you. It’s so easy to throw together and customize to your liking without sacrificing any flavor.
Eggs are no stranger to breakfast but they also make a tasty option for dinner. And the best part is - they’re so affordable. That’s why I love this dish. It’s a customizable recipe that will taste great and fill you up without maxing out your grocery bill.
For anyone new to seafood, this recipe is a great place to start. The simplicity of this dish will completely change your perspective on preparing seafood and introduce you to some new ingredients that all mix together to pack in a lot of flavor.
As a traditional Spanish dish, this recipe is a great way to experiment with international meals while still keeping the ingredient list pretty simple. It brings all these stewed vegetables together to deliver a hearty and flavorful meal.
As delicious as they are, a lot of canned and packaged soups have a high amount of sodium. With this recipe, you can enjoy all the homey flavors soup has to offer without maxing out your sodium intake. It’s also a great dish for anyone looking to pack in a lot of flavorful veggies into their diet.
This recipe is perfect for people who love the rich flavors of BBQ but could do without the high fat content. Plus it’s a lot faster to prepare and cook than your traditional BBQ dish.
I love this recipe because it transforms the sweet pumpkin spice flavors we love into a savory everyday meal you can have all year round - not just fall. Since most of the ingredients are pantry friendly, you can save them for a quick, easy and flavorful meal.