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To make the dough, combine cream cheese, sour cream, butter, salt and flour in a food processor. Pulse until the mixture becomes crumbly. Make sure…
The Churrasco marinade is delicious with poultry, beef or even seafood. But it’s also exceptionally good on eggplant “steaks,” whole portobello mushrooms or tofu.
Black Bean Basmati Rice with Pumpkin Seeds
Here is a hearty recipe using some pantry staples: basmati rice, pumpkin seeds and black beans. You may add diced tofu or cooked diced chicken or seafood, if you wish.
Soft Tacos with Broccoli and Shiitake Mushrooms
The filling for these tacos offers a nice contrast between the soft beans and crunchy broccoli. The earthy shiitake mushrooms add flavor, B vitamins and zinc.
Apple, Sun-Dried Cranberry and Pecan Pie
Try this delicious pie starring apples, cranberries and pecans.
Zucchini and Green Chile Pan Saute
This dish may be prepared without the heat—just omit the chiles. Serve over pasta, couscous or even mashed potatoes.
Spaghetti Squash on the Half Shell
Bring a large pot of salted water to boil over high heat. Add orzo and cook 8 to 10 minutes until tender. Drain, rinse and…
Spicy Icebox Soup
With some ingenuity, a little imagination and a great big stockpot, you can turn what’s in your refrigerator into a hearty dish.
Quinoa, Bowties and Caramelized Onions with Tofu
Quinoa is a fascinating grain that is a staple for vegetarians because it contains a large amount of protein.
Squash Chowder with Kale and Corn
Healthy vegetables are simmered in a combination of apple juice and vegetable broth giving this soup a great flavor!
Spicy Millet Salad with Snowpeas
This salad is loaded with healthy millet and tossed with a spicy oriental dressing.
Sea vegetables, like the arame in this recipe, are extremely low in calories and high in iodine and minerals such as iron and calcium. Many are rich in vitamins A, C and the B complex too.
Baked Greek-Stuffed Vidalias
Serve with your favorite marinara sauce, if desired. This dish is delicious with sauteed spinach or Swiss chard.