There's no need to soak the beans overnight for this easy slow-cooker version of an all-American favorite.
Sweet strudels tend to steal the spotlight, but it's time to take this flaky pastry to the savory side.
Don’t be intimidated by the idea of making your own vegan yogurt at home – it’s so much easier than you think! First, make a super-simple spiced cashew milk from raw nuts, then mix in probiotics to kickstart fermentation. As it’s fermenting, you’ll start to see air bubbles forming on the surface – this means it’s working. If it’s not tangy enough after 2 days, let it ferment for another 12 hours.
Here’s a radical idea: Instead of a yogurt, fruit and granola parfait in a bowl, why not freeze all those same ingredients into an ice pop? You can make a batch in advance then pull them out of the freezer when you’re ready. One pop makes a great snack, but you may want a couple of them for breakfast.
Simple and savory biscuits are perfect for dunking in our warm spiced soup, but if you’re short on time, swap them out by adding cubed redskin potatoes to this Clean Eating recipe for a quicker (and gluten-free!) alternative that's just as filling.
A vegetarian Butter Leaf Salad with Grapefruit, Avocado & Buttermilk Yogurt Dressing Recipe will go well at your holiday feast.
Pair this protein-rich, meatless burger with a crisp lettuce leaf, cheese and a rich sauce. Even meat-lovers will enjoy this delicately flavored burger.
The juiciness of blackberries complements rich herbed yogurt and hearty barley. The Yogurt Thyme Dressing can also double as a marinade for chicken or lamb.
If you think salmon is succulent, wait until you taste silky, sexy olive oil–poached salmon! Here, it’s complemented by chimichurri, an Argentinean herb sauce with brightness from vinegar, earthiness from oregano and a hint of heat. Serve with lemon wedges.
Green goddess dressing normally refers to a creamy dressing made with mayonnaise, herbs and other ingredients. In this pasta salad, though, we pack an array of fresh herbs – parsley, cilantro, dill and mint – into the salad itself, then toss it with a creamy coconut dressing for maximum decadence.
A Portuguese specialty, piri piri are hot chiles that are blended into a pungent sauce. Here, we use them as a marinade for chicken thighs along with yogurt and a blend of spices. While yogurt is not traditional, it's a great substitute for oil in marinades such as this one. Try serving with grilled tomatoes and lemon wedges.
You can serve this rich and flavorful braised chicken traditionally over dumplings or noodles, but it's also good served over mashed butternut squash, roasted root vegetables or grains such as brown rice or farro. Once you've mastered it with chicken, try it with pork, beef or lamb.