This weeknight-friendly dish takes advantage of the Korean chili sauce gochujang, a sweet and spicy sauce that livens up anything it touches. If you like it extra spicy, go for the full amount of sriracha. The roasted bok choy is just tender, with some of the leaves remaining a little crunchy, for an addictive veggie side.
This hearty breakfast is packed with veggies, full of flavor, and perfect for weekend brunch. The potatoes are fried in coconut oil, the vegetables are gently steamed, and the melted cheese topped with sunny side up eggs and bacon crumbles create a taste sensation you will crave not just on weekends, but every day of the week. It is hearty, but deceptively light due to the quantity of vegetables—i.e., you won’t need a nap after eating it!
Swiss chard is a leafy green vegetable that is mild in flavor (great for those who don’t love the bitterness of greens) and could not be easier to prepare. In this recipe, the chard is seasoned perfectly with the savory flavor of garlic and the subtle tartness of apple cider vinegar. It is tasty, nutrient-dense, and makes a perfect side to go along with almost any main course.