Wheat Berry, Kale, Grape, and Orange Salad
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This sauce is rich, a bit bitter and subtly sweet—a perfect complement to beef.
By roasting your peppers and tomatoes first, you give the salsa a standout smoky flavor that goes beyond simple diced tomatoes.
The pigment that gives beets their rich crimson color and makes this low-fat salad so gorgeous is also a powerful cancer-fighting agent.
Crisp, crunchy and light, this cool cucumber salad recipe is a welcome side at meals following warm spring days spent in the backyard.
A fresh, vibrant salad with citrus notes, sweetness, and spiciness from the vinaigrette.
A perfect grain and raisin side for chicken or to top salad greens.
Fresh lemongrass along with lime zest, pungent cilantro, and hot peppers give this soup its wow factor.
The trio of Chinese five-spice powder, grated ginger, and fresh Thai basil will wake up your taste buds for the next course.
These low-fat, low sodium grilled chicken-and-vegetable kebabs feature the flavors of sunny Tuscany—lemon, rosemary, garlic, and oregano.
Richly colored with paprika, this traditional Hungarian entrée is full-bodied and satisfying.
This dish stars chicken that is seared, then cooked in an herbed tomato and wine sauce to keep it moist and tender.
A smooth Dijon sauce enhances the combination of chicken and colorful vegetables. Try this dish with whole-wheat couscous and melon slices.
Whisk together a few ingredients for a light, bright salad dressing.
Berries, pineapple and dried apricots meld in a light syrup of Grand Marnier or orange juice.
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