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Mushrooms and red bell peppers combine with black-eyed peas in this flavorful vegetarian entrée. Sunflower seeds add a crunchy finish, but pumpkin seeds taste great with this dish, too.
Top this classic spring side dish with shards of Parmigiano-Reggiano for a savory garnish.
Partially cooking the potatoes before they hit the grill is key to cooking this delicious side dish just right. Serve alongside grilled chicken legs or pork chops, if desired.
These sweet potatoes served atop pineapple rings are an appealing way to get kids (and adults) to eat more healthy vegetables. Lightly sweetened with maple syrup and orange juice, they're a terrific alternative to the standard sugar-laden sweet potato casseroles.
This whole grain bread, reminiscent of unsweetened corn bread, makes a nice breakfast bread when toasted or a snack with nut butter.
Gluten-free flours combine with apples, carrots, zucchini, raisins and walnuts in these satisfying and nutritious muffins. You can also try our Whole Grain Morning Glory Muffins.
Onions give this focaccia great flavor, but it can also be made plain or with a bit of grated cheese sprinkled over the top for the last 10 minutes of baking. The addition of extra virgin olive oil in the dough makes it just a bit crisp.
This delicious bread smells wonderful while baking. Ideal as a whole grain breakfast bread with nut butter, tahini, cream cheese or dairy butter.
Fragrant basmati rice and sweet-tart dried currants make a delicious stuffing for whole, fresh trout in this impressive main course.
This is a beautiful salad-full of bright color and interesting shapes. Always look for small fresh squid tubes or shells instead of the frozen rings. They have a much better in flavor and texture. Be sure to cook squid quickly, as it tends to become very rubbery if cooked too long.
We skip the traditional roux in this lighter version of the Louisiana classic. Ready in about 30 minutes, serve piping hot with white or brown rice and plenty of hot sauce.
Light and refreshing, this dish has similar origins to ceviche, except the fish is cooked before marinating.
Mahi-mahi and shrimp partner with red and green peppers in this colorful seafood melange. Roasted garlic cloves infuse the stew with a smooth, subtle sweetness. Feel free to substitute your favorite white fish fillet. Combine with brown rice and a fresh leafy green salad for a deliciously simple and satisfying meal.
In this tasty take on ratatouille, the classic French vegetable dish, fillets of grouper add protein, texture and flavor to an already vibrant combination of bell peppers, squash and tomatoes.
This crunchy, gluten-free fish recipe is a tasty, homemade alternative to frozen fish sticks.
Use medium to large unpeeled shrimp instead of crayfish for this seafood boil, if you like.
With a side of steamed veggies, like carrots or asparagus, this seafood dish makes a complete, satisfying meal.
Frozen hash browns are the secret ingredient in this quick but elegant main course for dinner or lunch. Use the same method to top salmon or tuna steaks, too.
Secret Ingredient: Avocados
This Asian twist on fish tacos is a celebration of colors and textures with crisp purple cabbage, bold red onion, creamy green avocado and crunchy orange carrots. The Thai flavors of lime, peanut, chile and a hint of coconut bring new life to a classic. Grilling the fish makes these tacos lighter and healthier than the common battered and fried version. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.
Ponzu, a light, citrus-based sauce of Japanese origin that's bright, tart and slightly salty on the tongue, makes an excellent dipping sauce for seafood and this mouth watering marinade for grilled halibut.