Mango Butter

Recipes

Complete your Thai Tofu Crunch lunchbox by adding a soy yogurt cup, dried mangos or dried apricots, gingersnaps, and juice or sparkling water.

The secret to the "perfect" burger isn't in the seasoning; it's in the beef! At Whole Foods Market, our hamburger meat is ground fresh, butcher style in each store. We select only muscle meat and follow strict handling guidelines to ensure its quality. The best...

Make a dairy-free risotto-style rice dish with the use of puréed cashews. By soaking overnight, the cashews soften and create a rich and creamy sauce that transforms frozen rice into a delicious meal.

The sharp, lingering flavor of English Borough Market Cheddar makes it an exceptional addition to popovers. Serve them with soups or roasts (they're great for sopping up gravy!), or eat them for breakfast with a little apple butter.

This kid-friendly sandwich is a snap to make for busy moms and dads and it melts beautifully in a toaster oven, too. Grown-ups might like the sandwich layered with fresh tomatoes and pesto instead of marinara sauce.

Use any tasty heirloom tomato you like in this recipe, but we think it's particularly suited to those wonderfully oversized red and purple varieties. Fresh basil or mint, toasted nuts or grated hard cheese like Parmesan or ricotta salata would make nice garnishes...

Easy for kids to assemble themselves, these little sandwiches made with chicken sausage and organic whole wheat pancakes use a bit of fruit spread for a perfectly sweet and savory breakfast. Serve with fresh fruit, and a good day is on its way.

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.

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This lovely salad assembles easily and makes a perfect side for many fall entrées. A combination of velvety butter lettuce and crisp baby spinach, roasted pumpkin seeds, slivers of Asiago cheese and balsamic vinaigrette brings a delicate dance of flavors to the...

Karen from Dallas made this dish for one of her favorite cooking teachers. "She paid me the compliment a student would hope to receive from their teacher by asking for the recipe." This healthy stir-fry combines tempeh, burdock root and whole grain pasta with...

For a sweet touch, substitute candied pecans or walnuts for the pine nuts in this salad.

Serve this protein-packed salad featuring sweet mango and peppery watercress over brown rice or noodles.

Browning the bacon, chicken and vegetables briefly before adding them to the crock pot creates deep rich flavors in both the chicken and sauce. Serve with a crusty baguette or couscous. 

Besides adding a sweet nutty flavor to dishes, pumpkin is a ready source of vitamin A, which boosts the nutrition content of this offbeat chili. Garnish each portion with a dollop of sour cream and chopped cilantro.

The trick to a perfect presentation is lining your baking pan with well-greased parchment paper to ensure that none of the cake sticks.

Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) is a high-protein, gluten-free ancient grain that cooks much like rice and has a texture similar to couscous. Combined with lemon, onions, wine, cashews and sundried tomatoes, you'll enjoy a carnival of flavors and textures.

This pork stir-fry recipe includes a colorful crowd of vegetables such as mushrooms, peppers, water chestnuts, cabbage and snow peas. Aromatic ginger, garlic and scallions plus a touch of hot sauce provide the classic stir-fry flavors. Serve with white or brown...

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