Roasted Asparagus with Lemon-Feta Crumble

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Turnips and kohlrabi easily lend themselves to a quick braise, for a unique and filling side dish. Stirring in a small amount of yogurt just before serving adds a creaminess and body to the braising liquid.

Enjoy the bold flavors of this classic American sandwich with a meatless twist, using tempeh instead of corned beef.

Make this easy vegan caramel to satisfy your craving for a sweet treat. Use as a dip for apple slices, combine with cashew cream for a frosting or spread the sauce on warm pancakes for a delicious...

A combination of vegetables and beef broth make this Bolivian-inspired quinoa soup a tasty and satisfying meal. Inspired by Whole Planet Foundation® microcredit client recipes.

This rich and unusual fish soup from Ecuador is thickened by a combination of green plantains and peanuts. Inspired by Whole Planet Foundation® microcredit client recipes.

These crêpe-like "bowls" are a popular street food in Sri Lanka. Made from rice flour and coconut milk, the crisp hoppers form edible bowls for simply cooked eggs.

Inspired by the Chilean casserole pastel de choclo, this dish combines spiced beef and tender onions and is topped with a creamy corn and basil mixture. Inspired by Whole Planet Foundation® ...

Inspired by a dish in Senegal often made with chicken, this recipe uses tender fish fillets that are topped with a lemony carrot and onion mixture.

These Ecuadoran-inspired green pancakes flavored with a hint of cilantro are a perfect complement to a savory meal. Inspired by Whole Planet Foundation® microcredit client recipes.

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This holiday table centerpiece, sweet on the outside and savory on the inside, makes a memorable main course. Encourage guests to eat the sliced oranges along with the ham since the roasting makes their peels tender and sweet.

This simple combination of leafy green lettuce, sweet red onion, sliced apples, roasted pecans and dried cherries tossed in raspberry vinaigrette can serve as a main lunch entrée or on the side in a more extravagant meal.

We can't resist making huge batches of this great salad. Take liberties with the ingredients, as this recipe is best when prepared according to your own taste. If you prefer, cook the broccoli in boiling water until tender before adding it to the salad.

Serve these with something green to balance out the meal and remember that ketchup does not count as a vegetable!

Hearty and rustic, this lamb loin is an impressive anchor for any menu. Bold red wine sauce balances the earthiness of mushrooms and lamb. Try this roast with steamed haricots verts (small green beans) and brown rice.

Look for fish sauce, a bold, flavorful condiment, on the shelves next to other Asian condiments like soy sauce.

Baby spinach leaves are adorned with sun-dried tomatoes, cranberries, pine nuts and avocado and then tossed with a fresh balsamic-lime dressing.

An alternative to dairy-based creamy pies, this vegan version combines the rich flavors of coffee and chocolate. Serve topped with non-dairy topping or ice cream, or a handful of fresh berries.

Try layering shredded roasted chicken, pulled pork, or sliced skirt steak with the onions and peppers in these quick and easy stovetop quesadillas. For vegetarians, sautéed mushrooms are a great addition, too.

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