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Interested in in adding more plant-based meals to your diet? This recipe is for you! Lentils, although tiny, are a powerhouse of nutrition that are high in fiber, protein, and the all-important B vitamin folate. Super simple, extremely affordable, and incredibly satisfying, this recipe is a great option for a hearty breakfast, a warming lunch, or healthy dinner. Add more water to make it a soup, or eat it just as it is. You might also try it over brown rice topped with a plant-based “cheeze.” Any way you eat it, these lentils are delicious!
Chorizo paired with white beans is a traditional dish in Spain and other parts of the Mediterranean. It is often made into a stew, but just as tasty served as a bowl over wilted greens such as spinach, collards, or kale. It is quick and easy, warm and cozy, and affordable—the kind of meal perfect for a weeknight!
A twist on a traditional Asian comfort dish, this recipe is fast, affordable, and easy, especially for beginner cooks! A versatile dish that can be adjusted to varying palates, this recipe allows for experimentation and is a great dish for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It is a perfect nutritious meal for a rainy day, calm spring nights, or chilly winter mornings!
Who doesn’t love a good Parmesan crust? In a vegan twist, we’ve coated thick slices of cauliflower with “Parm” and airy panko for a delectable crunch on top of roasted goodness. Paired with creamy beans and saucy tomatoes (prepared Mediterranean style), you won’t have much for leftovers once everyone takes a bite. Even better? This easy recipe comes together quickly, with minimal effort.
Chicken wings are a great snack for watching the big game, but they can also be a fun dinner option. We’ve got three tasty options to spice up your traditional wings: sticky Southern BBQ, luscious Parmesan garlic, and a crunchy-spicy dry rub. Don’t want to mess with the oven? No problem! Throw those sauced wings into a slow cooker and forget about them for a few hours. For our meatless friends, see our suggestions below for a cauliflower alternative.
Veggie loaded? Check! Creamy and delicious? Check! Easy to throw together? Check! Inspired by the bold flavors of Thailand, this green curry stew is satisfying and hearty, without the meat. Green curry paste uses coriander root, green chilies, and lime (just to name a few ingredients) for a sweeter base than its spicy red cousin. If you want a dose of heat, just grab your favorite hot sauce and spice it up!
If you’re intimidated by the thought of brining your own turkey, Mary’s has come to the rescue! Mary’s Brined Turkey is perfectly seasoned with the savory flavors of poultry herbs and is ready for roasting. If you want to make Thanksgiving even more relaxed, try roasting the turkey in an Oster Oven. The Oster Oven frees up your oven space so you can prepare all of your sides with ease, and if that wasn’t enough, the Oster Oven self-bastes the turkey! It’s also the perfect option for keeping the turkey warm prior to serving.