Mango Butter

Recipes

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.

Fragrant fresh herbs, garlic and tangy vinegar prove a perfect match for slow-cooked brisket.

This kid-friendly noodle salad uses sesame tahini and toasted almond butter for rich nutty (but peanut-free!) flavor. Add leftover chicken, pork or shrimp if you like.

Here's a quick recipe for those who don't like any fishiness in their seafood. The sweet, delicate taste of trout is complemented well by Cajun spice for a healthy, flavorful entrée. Enjoy it with a sliced tomato salad and a fresh baguette with sweet cream butter...

Enjoy the summer harvest with this delicious salad. Freshly grated parmesan provides the best flavor but experiment with other cheeses like feta, gruyère or Manchego, if you like.

The combination of fresh mango and rehydrated dried mango gives a sweet moist texture to this tropical-flavored quick bread. Inspired by Whole Planet Foundation® microcredit client recipes.

This bright and simple pasta makes a complete meal alongside a green salad or a grilled chicken breast.

A berry-packed breakfast crowd pleaser that's made with gluten-free bread, sweetened with maple syrup and scented with nutmeg.

This simple vegetarian chili recipe uses lentils instead of beans. Brown lentils work best as they will hold their shape even when tender after cooking. Serve over brown rice or with whole-grain hearth bread.

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A variety of whole grains and seeds combine to make a delicious and crunchy granola, perfect for eating on its own or with almondmilk. Puréed dates coat the grains giving this granola a slightly sweet flavor.

Create a meatless alternative to traditional Swedish meatballs with millet and vegetables for your next holiday gathering. Puréed walnuts create a rich and creamy sauce for serving. Try as a main course or with toothpicks for appetizers.

A whole head of cauliflower can be sliced to create several large “steaks.” Roasting these cauliflower steaks along with the remaining florets is a fun and different way to enjoy this favorite seasonal vegetable.

Great for cookie swaps and gift giving, these not-too-sweet but oh-so-tasty rugelach will become part of your cookie rotation. A dough flecked with poppy seeds and lemon meshes perfectly with a filling of chopped pistachios.

This salad showcases cool-season ingredients such as kale, endive, lemons and mandarins. Garnish it with pomegranate seeds or toasted pumpkin seeds if you like.

Parsnips and carrots give this potato pancake-style dish wonderfully sweet flavor. Taking the extra step to make clarified butter ensures a beautifully browned crust.

Poaching is an easy technique to have in your back pocket for moist, flavorful salmon every time. Here, the poaching liquid and cream sauce are infused with fresh rosemary.

This stunning centerpiece couldn’t be simpler. Sour cherry spread (found in the cheese department) creates a fantastic glaze for holiday superstar spiral-sliced ham.

This is an ideal dish for a small gathering. Turkey breast cooked by itself is more likely to turn out moist and tender than white meat on a whole bird, and our butter-and-sage rub guarantees that it bursts with flavor. Pan drippings and cider make an ideal sweet-...

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