Asparagus is a rich source of the B-vitamin folate (also known as vitamin B9), a water-soluble vitamin that is key for red blood cell formation and the prevention of anemia. Folate also supports DNA synthesis and repair as well as nerve function.
A sticky, garlicky Asian pear sauce is the star of this stir-fry and what makes it taste so much like the one from your local takeout joint. This is one of our team’s absolute favorite dishes of the issue – we highly recommend it! If you have a little more time on your hands, try making the garlic chips as a crispy topper.
A steady combination of protein, fiber and healthy fats is the key to balanced energy – and this tasty recipe fits the bill with chicken, crunchy sliced cabbage, celery and carrots and a slightly spicy peanut dressing.
Embrace the ying-and-yang contrasts characteristic of Asian cuisine by pairing sweet oranges with savory soy sauce and hearty broccoli with slim snow peas.
This easy and delicious dish features the nutrient powerhouse edamame, which packs a good dose of vitamin K, folate and manganese, in addition to iron, magnesium, protein and copper.
Say “so long” to being sick: Just 1 serving of this exotic Lemongrass Coconut Beef Stir-Fry contains more than 60% of your recommended daily value (DV) of vitamin C. An immune-boosting nutrient and antioxidant, vitamin C works to combat free radical damage and helps maintain the health of your heart, joints and skin.
Fiber-rich chickpeas stand in for meat in this colorful stir-fry with a spicy- sweet sauce – all served over millet sautéed in sesame oil and speckled with green onions.
Thinly sliced zucchini really soaks up the flavor in this stir-fry, while cayenne-dusted crispy chickpeas add just the right amount of crunch.
Packed with bold flavors, this 30-minute stir-fry is sure to become a regular in your household. Make sure you opt for gluten-free tamari.
Shirataki is a low-carbohydrate noodle made from konjac root. If you can’t find shirataki, try kelp noodles or add an organic medium-firm tofu, crumbled or diced, to the stir-fry instead.
Ginger, lime, honey, soy sauce, ginger and then some - this beef stir-fry packs flavor in spades and keeps you full thanks to rice and eggplant sides.
The humble chickpea steals the show in this stellar chicken stir-fry. Give your 'peas a crispy, spicy coating in your skillet then sprinkle them liberally over your finished dish for a fiery contrast to this fresh meal.