Something wilting in the crisper? Throw it into this hearty vegetable soup.
Rebecca Katz’s essential veggie broth can be eaten as is or used as the base of your favorite soup.
This Indian-inspired mung bean soup includes cauliflower, carrots, and both fresh and dried turmeric
Black rice contains more powerful antioxidants than any other rice variety.
Soaking and toasting the oats can make them more easily digestible.
This anti-inflammatory tonic is made with dairy-free milk, several warming spices, and a dash of honey or maple syrup.
The warm and slightly sweet spice blend ras el hanout seasons this hearty stew.
Create an even heartier chili by stirring in some quinoa.
If you’re feeling adventurous, amp up the chili in this Nepalese dish.
Turn this Meditteranean-inspired dish into a meal with the addition of fried eggs.
This delectable Italian salad combines creamy ricotta cheese with sweet honeydew melon.
A hearty — and classic — French salad with canned tuna, green beans, and potatoes.
This spicy and crunchy salad is a perfect vehicle for leftover beef.
Herbaceous and creamy, the dressing for this classic salad is loaded with flavor, thanks to a surprise ingredient.
A zingy Paleo mayo that comes together in minutes.
This protein-rich Icelandic breakfast will keep you energized all day.
This stir-fry features the classic interplay of Thai flavors: sour, sweet, salty, bitter, and spicy.
These ground pork tacos are livened up with a crisp slaw, diced mango, and island spices.
Fennel’s mild licorice flavor pairs well with garlic and lemon in this easy chicken dish.
This cold and refreshing soup is actually two simple soups artfully presented together.
This classic Italian recipe replaces the traditional borlotti beans with edamame.