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Tofu combines with almond butter, cinnamon and almond milk in this tasty egg- and dairy-free version of a well-loved classic. This toast browns best when using a non-stick cooking surface. Serve with a dollop of soy vanilla yogurt topped with fresh sliced strawberries for a scrumptious start to your day.
This mix is great to have on hand for quick, delicious pancakes. Keep in mind that 1 cup of the mix, when combined with the egg, oil, and water, will make 5 to 6 pancakes. To grind the flax seeds, simply use a coffee or spice grinder.
Ever wish for a creamy dip that's dairy free? Smooth and mellow with the slight tang of lemon and a pleasing taste of the sea, this dip makes a perfect cracker topper. Or, spread on toast points and garnish with freshly chopped hard-cooked egg. Perfect for stuffing into cucumber shells or hollowed tomato halves too.
Egg whites added to whole eggs gives this dish a light texture and helps to reduce the fat and cholesterol, while roasted veggies add lots of flavor as well as vitamins. If fresh asparagus is difficult to come by, substitute another fresh green like broccoli or spinach.
A thick and hearty German-inspired stew made with savory beef and winter vegetables. Slowly simmering in a dark beer broth, it promises to bring warmth and comfort on even the coldest of winter nights. Serve over your choice of mashed potatoes, spaetzel or egg noodles.
A poached egg perched on a bed of mixed lettuces, toasted croutons, spring asparagus and rich trout makes a delightful weekend brunch salad or a weeknight meal. Don't be intimidated by the many components of this recipe — this salad can be tossed together quickly.
This stew is hearty, full of warm autumn root vegetables and tender lamb - perfect when paired with a heap of buttered egg noodles and a glass of Chianti. You can make your own lamb rub using the spices in this recipe or purchase packaged lamb dry rub in our meat department.
This generous batch of pilaf-style whole grains and braised greens, features a blend of white and red quinoa, millet and buckwheat. You can vary the flavor by serving it with hot sauce, grated parmesan or just lots of black pepper. Try it topped with a poached egg for breakfast.
Homemade bread, especially dinner rolls, brings that special, home cooked feeling to just about any meal. These "no need to knead" rolls are simple to prepare and have a delightful, rustic flavor. If desired, brush a bit of beaten egg over the dough before baking for a rich, golden brown color.
Secret Ingredient: Wellshire Farms Spiral-Sliced Ham
What to do with that leftover Easter ham? This lentil soup is the perfect way to enjoy its rich smokiness long after the egg hunt is over. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.
Lean, flavorful rump roast is an excellent choice for this stew, but you can use any well-trimmed stew meat. Egg noodles are the standard for serving with paprikash, but boiled or mashed potatoes, rice or polenta are also delicious options.
They're not as fluffy as an omelet, nor as dense as a frittata, and they're nothing like the tortillas you'll find this side of the Atlantic. But these potato and egg cakes are scrumptious, and you can add any fillings or flavors your heart desires. Try onions, garbanzo beans, peppers, mushrooms, plantains, herbs or garlic. No wonder Spain is in love with them!