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Not a fan of green tea? You can still reap its benefits! A surprising number of other foods are chock-full catechins, the class of flavonoids with powerful antioxidant effects that's present in green tea.
It might seem strange at first, but wrapping your turkey in cheesecloth as it roasts locks in the moisture for extra-juicy meat. A simple glaze made from orange marmalade and a jus made with arrowroot round out the dish without any wheat flour, which most gravies would use.
Chunks of apples, spicy cinnamon and walnut pieces turn these hearty pancakes into a filling breakfast or energizing snack.
Tender brisket slowly roasted with potatoes, apples, beets and walnuts makes a rich, flavorful weeknight or company-worthy meal.
We've taken the traditional BBQ side dish and turned it into an equally winter-friendly meal, ready in just 30 minutes and sure to refresh, thanks to its lemony vinaigrette.
The textural appeal of this yummy salad — the crunch of the cabbage, the tender bite of the squash and the rich meatiness of the shrimp — makes it an amazing one-dish meal. Choose a crisp, sweet-tart apple for this salad, such as an organic Honeycrisp, Braeburn or Jonagold. This salad pairs beautifully with the warm, sweet flavor of our Sweet Maple Sesame Dressing.
This salad is bright, slightly sweet, pleasantly bitter and even a touch spicy – all in all, a great accompaniment to the rich flavors of roasted turkey.
Rosemary has been used for hundreds of years in folk medicine and aromatherapy to enhance memory and cognitive function. In cooking, its assertive flavor goes especially well with meat and root vegetables.
Applesauce is rewarding to make at home for its better, fresher taste, and compared to store-bought, it’s entirely free of added sugars and preservatives. Strawberries give a tangy bite and pretty pink hue and take advantage of the extra-flavorful, first-of-the-season fruit.
Apple cider and Dijon mustard give this chicken dish the ultimate sweet-and-savory flavor, while a colorful mix of kale, carrots and parsnips makes it extra-hearty and nutritious. To save money, buy skin-on chicken thighs and simply remove the skin yourself.
Brussels sprouts are often paired with smoky bacon, but here we’ve created an amazing bacon-like flavor using a sneaky seasoning mix and shiitake mushrooms. Served over roasted Brussels sprouts and apples, this makes a memorable dish at the holiday table.
Gut-friendly kefir adds creaminess to salad dressings. This salad makes a large portion and can be topped with a protein such as chicken or tofu. You can also serve it as a side or starter salad for 6 people.
Golden beets and apricots offer more than just a sunny hue – they also pack a punch of beneficial nutrients. Golden beets are rich in fiber and potassium, while apricots contain vision-supportive vitamin A and collagen-building vitamin C.
Please everyone at your seder from the pickiest eaters to the staunchest traditionalists with these three gluten-free, dairy-free, and grain-free versions of Passover staples from The New Yiddish Kitchen. The new cookbook transforms 2,000 year old Jewish traditions into modern, clean cuisine.
Toasting the whole spices and grinding them yourself is the key to this dish’s amazingly fragrant flavor.
Tart green apple and rich caramelized onions compliment sweet and salty orange and soy sauce-infused pork in this tropics-inspired Clean Eating recipe. A single serving of this fiber-rich luau meal offers 40% of your daily recommended intake of selenium. The micro-mineral has been shown to promote the repair of DNA cells and the destruction of abnormal cells, which may help reduce your risk of cancer.
Those who tend to shy away from cooked cabbage may become converts thanks to braising, as it brings out the crucifer’s natural sweetness. Couple that with this flavorful sauce, which gets richness and depth from searing an onion in coconut oil, and you’ve got a side that’ll take center stage.
Get into the autumn mood with an apple salad that is perfect for a quick and healthy lunch that won't leave you feeling hungry throughout the remainder of the workday.
With less than 300 calories, this classic casual cake is ready for everyday indulgence.
These savory-sweet pancakes are perfect for any meal. Meaty turkey bacon adds a punch of smoky flavor and protein. Serve with maple syrup on the side.
These protein-rich patties are kissed with just a touch of maple syrup and topped with fresh, sweet cinnamon-spiced apples for a meal that works equally well for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Opt for a sweet red variety of apple that will hold its shape when cooked, such as Braeburn or McIntosh.