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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.
Hempseeds are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids. Sweet, nutty, chewy and dense, this snack satisfies that afternoon craving for sweets. Store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.
The tropical flavors of pineapple and lime combine with red onion, cilantro and serrano pepper for a salsa that's great with grilled pork, skirt steak, shrimp or tofu. It's also delicious with tortilla chips or spooned over tacos. For the best flavor, make at least 30 minutes ahead of time to allow the flavors to mingle.
Dress up lamb or beef stews with a sprinkle of this brightly flavored orange, parsley and garlic combo. Steamed cauliflower, broccoli and carrots tossed in a little olive oil and topped with a handful of gremolata is another delicious way to enjoy this easy-to-make condiment.
Serve this fresh chutney with rice, naan, grilled meats or tofu, and tacos. It is especially suited to meals that are rich in cheese or avocado, as the heat of the chutney cuts the creaminess.
A twist on classic gremolata, this recipe features sun-dried tomatoes and basil instead of lemon zest. Sample this garnish over steamed vegetables such as broccoli or cauliflower florets or asparagus spears, sprinkle some over halved tomatoes before roasting, or toss a spoonful with steaming pasta and finish with grated parmesan.
The flavor of this slaw is reminiscent of Chicago-style hot dogs with the distinct taste of celery seed. Excellent on a dog or as a tangy side.
Use this balsamic vinaigrette to dress practically any green salad or to baste grilled vegetables. It's a perfect dip for steamed artichokes, too.
This sweet and spicy fruit salad makes a refreshing side dish with a summer meal. The salt and chile balance the sweetness of the fruit and provide the perfect savory note.
An easy-to-make side dish for those hot days when you're craving a light salad to cool you off.
Make this refreshing summer salsa, perfect for serving with grilled fish, up to 4 hours in advance. Simply cover and chill it until ready to use.
This soup is sweet and savory; it's the perfect cold meal for a summer evening. Make sure to serve it well chilled.
Gourmet salts are all the rage among foodies. This flavorful version is wonderful sprinkled over grilled steak or a whole roasting chicken, with sautéed mushrooms or a potato gratin. Try sprinkling over savory scones or rolls before baking for a tasty treat. Package for gift giving with our downloadable gift tag.
Salsa has lots of advantages: It seems indulgent, but it's actually a healthy choice, fat free and loaded with flavor and vegetables. It's inexpensive, especially when the ingredients are home grown or in season. It's versatile because you can make it hotter with more peppers or make it sweeter with fruit. And it's easy!
For beautiful results, use both pink and white grapefruit in this refreshing salad.
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.
This seasonal beauty calls on spring all-stars asparagus and strawberries for a satisfying salad. The blended avocado results in a smooth and creamy cloak for the produce.
Serve as a side dish or condiment. It is also delicious rolled into lettuce wraps.
Serve this colorful slaw at summer cookouts alongside your favorite grilled foods.
Avocado provides rich flavor and creamy texture in this simple salad.