Onion, garlic and cauliflower pair with our zesty Salt-Free Sugar-Free Lemon and Cracked Pepper seasoning for a low-calorie and low-carb tasty alternative to traditional hummus!
This traditional Macedonian white bean casserole, traditionally known as tavče gravče, is prepared with our smoked andouille sausage and Anaheim peppers for a smoky, mild heat. You can also leave out the andouille and use vegetable broth or water in place of the chicken stock for a vegetarian option.
You’d never guess that when you combine ginger, garlic and tomato with peanut butter, sweet potatoes and greens, you get an amazingly healthy and delicious alternative to regular vegetable soup! You can also serve with rice for a more stew-like meal!
Red beans and rice are a traditional Monday dinner in New Orleans – this plant-based recipe is a healthy, satisfying option for Meatless Mondays!
Primavera means “spring,” and this pasta dish takes its name from the tender young asparagus tips or snow peas that used to be available only in early spring. Now, thanks to modern all-weather farming methods and rapid transportation of produce, you can enjoy this treat any time of year. Leave out the prosciutto for a great vegetarian dish.
Pretty is as pretty does, and this gorgeous dish tastes as great as it looks! Mirin is a rice wine, similar to sake, and generally available in Asian markets. If you can’t find it, you can substitute the same amount of vermouth plus ½ teaspoon sugar.