Are you looking for a new, healthy food to add to your diet? Quinoa is a nutrient-rich grain, high in protein and fiber, and it is a good source of vitamins and minerals. Quinoa is also gluten-free. Cooking quinoa is easy, and it can be used in many different recipes. You can use it as a side dish, or you can add it to soups, salads, or main dishes. Learn how to cook quinoa today with our ultimate guide!
Aloo Gobi soup is an Indian-American fusion recipe. Traditionally made as a side dish, this version has been transformed into a robust and spicy vegan soup. Cauliflower, potatoes and tomatoes play well together with Indian spices. A chipotle pepper gives this soup an unexpected smokiness quality in addition to a little kick.
Roasting cauliflower elevates this brassica veggie to a smokey and crispy new level. The cooking process is simple enough for beginner cooks and fancy enough for Sunday dinner. Serve this veggie along side your favorite entree for a special dinner or make some and save for easy weeknight meals.
An easy Middle Eastern ful recipe made with canned white beans, olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, salt and chickpeas. This Lebanese style ful is easy to make and loaded with bright flavors. Gluten free, vegan and full of protein and fiber, this bean recipe is for everybody!
Batata Harra is a twice cooked potato Lebanese dish flavored with olive oil, cilantro, chili paste, garlic and lime juice. Crispy on the outside and pillowy soft on the inside. Easy to make without specialized ingredients.
A bold, robust roasted red pepper dip from the Middle East served with pita bread or pita chips. An easy vegetarian recipe made in the food processor in just 5 minutes. Put down the hummus and make some Muhammara. Muhammara is a roasted red pepper dip that originated from Aleppo, Syria but has spread to …