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This recipe takes a twist on traditional tabbouleh by substituting pine nuts for bulgur. Ripe, juicy tomatoes and fresh herbs are key to the success of this dish.
Use this balsamic vinaigrette to dress practically any green salad or to baste grilled vegetables. It's a perfect dip for steamed artichokes, too.
For the most aromatic results, chop the fragrant, dark green fronds attached to the fennel bulb and toss them in the salad along with the other ingredients.
Serve as a side dish or condiment. It is also delicious rolled into lettuce wraps.
Rich nuts and sweet dates make a tasty topping for mixed berries in this no-cook version of berry crisp.
Avocado provides rich flavor and creamy texture in this simple salad.
Serve this tasty nut- and seed-based salad on its own, or spread onto wraps or nori with assorted veggies.
A simple mixture of nuts, raisins and spices makes a delicious topping for Honeycrisp apples.
Traditionally made with tomatoes, this refreshing twist on an old favorite can be served as a dessert soup at the end of a hearty meal or as part of a brunch buffet.
A simple mixture of nuts, raisins, and spices makes a delicious topping for Bartlett pears. This recipe can also be made with apples or a combination of apples and pears.
Celebrate Independence Day with this patriotic-hued, light, yet luscious dessert. Serve it family style by bringing the fruit and cashew cream to the table in separate bowls. Or dish the fruit into individual bowls, cups or wine glasses and top with the cream.
Use any favorite fruits such as peaches, raspberries or bananas to make this creamy smoothie.
Tart lemon, nutty walnuts and sesame seeds, rich coconut and smooth, sweet dates come together to make these delightfully tangy treats.
Try this delicious "pasta" made from strips of summer squash and zucchini tossed with tomatoes, olive oil and fresh basil and oregano for a dish packed with bright flavors.
Cherry salsa makes a sweet and spicy condiment for salmon, chicken or pork. For a milder salsa, remove all of the ribs and seeds from the jalapeño.
A light and fresh salsa that makes a great dip for chips or addition to fajitas hot off the grill and breakfast tacos. Add chiles to suit your tolerance for fire.
This salsa is delicious eaten so many different ways. Spoon it over roasted pork or chicken or pour it over a block of softened cream cheese for an unforgettable dip to serve with crackers.
Serve this crowd-pleasing dip with chips, quesadillas and tacos. Or enjoy it as a sandwich spread.
Using both fresh pineapple and pineapple juice makes this smoothie a tropical dream. The addition of coconut milk makes for a rich, creamy drink, great for breakfast or an afternoon pick-me-up.
Adding silken tofu to this fruit shake explains its extra-creamy texture. Make sure to pour into glasses and serve immediately, since it's best when cold.