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In Kenya, this popular dish is eaten without utensils, with chapati (a variety of flatbread) or ugali (a type of cornmeal mush) used to scoop up bites instead. Inspired by Whole Planet Foundation® microcredit client recipes.
This delicious vegetable dish is good eating at its best. It's both flavorful and packed with nutrition. Excellent as a leftover (it keeps refrigerated for up to 3 days), you can even make it a main course by tossing it with chickpeas, black beans or diced baked tofu.
Baked squash and colorful kale make this an impressive side dish for any gathering and the addition of creamy beans can easily take this salad into lunch territory.
Crispy kale makes a perfect contrasting garnish for these rich and creamy oats. Serve the oats alongside roasted pork or chicken, or top with a fried egg.
This substantial porridge will take the edge off an early winter chill. If using dried beans, substitute with Calypso for a tasty and visually pleasing companion to the lacinato kale.
A Caldo Verde, or "green soup", is traditionally made with sausage and loads of potatoes. Our lighter seafood version is nourishing and satisfying with protein-rich scallops and calcium-packed kale.
This is a delightfully crispy side dish to serve with stews or casseroles. You can also let the kale cool and enjoy it as a crunchy alternative to potato chips.
Take this healthy and inexpensive dish to a potluck since it feeds a crowd and is great served hot or cold. Kale is available in many varieties so experiment with different kinds to see what your family prefers. Since the cooking time for bulgur varies, add a bit more broth and cook longer, if necessary.
The name of this classic British dish is attributed to the sounds the vegetables make while cooking: they "bubble" while boiling and then "squeak" while frying. Its combination of fluffy potatoes and earthy cooked kale makes it a comfort food classic and a great choice for serving alongside everything from roasts to eggs to sausages.
This very simple dish provides an inexpensive hearty alternative to simple beans and is great as a main course on a cold night.
A hearty soup chock full of beans and greens, this Italian classic features dried cranberry beans, also called borlotti beans. Their red-flecked skin turns pinkish-white when cooked.
A little of this flavorful combo goes a long way, making it a true crowd-pleaser.
A favorite of Whole Foods Market® chefs, you can find a version of this recipe in our stores. This crowd-pleasing salad can be prepared up to a day ahead. Refrigerate the orzo and veggie mixture separately from the dressing and toss them together along with the basil, no more than an hour or two before serving.
This weeknight wonder is packed with veggies and beans. Top with crunchy croutons and grated Pecorino Romano cheese.
If you're a mushroom lover, use different varieties of mushrooms like shiitake, portobello or cremini in this rich, savory sauté. For extra flavor, try using olive oil from the jar of tomatoes in lieu of regular olive oil.
Cod provides good flavor to the broth and vegetables in this satisfying family-friendly recipe.
Lentils, wilted kale and tender onion tangle together in a flavorful wine sauce flecked with bright sun-dried tomatoes. Serve the salad on its own or with hot cooked grains such as wild rice, barley or wheat berries.
Look for elephant garlic next to the regular garlic in the produce department. You'll recognize it by the impressive, oversized cloves for which it's known.
Try this! At your game party, instead of chili, serve this hearty soup and learn the budget power of using a little bit of flavorful sausage to create a lot of satisfying food. Let guests garnish their own bowls with sliced red onions, red pepper flakes or hot sauce, crumbled Feta cheese, fresh chopped parsley or basil and whole-grain croutons. Provide chunks of crusty whole wheat bread on the side.
Try this robust mix of flavors and nutrients in an easy weeknight pasta dinner.