Grilling the cabbage imparts an unbeatable smokiness to this slaw. Here, the napa is topped with a spicy dressing using gut-friendly kimchi.
Healthy protein infused with Japanese-inspired flavors? Now that's a delicious and filling lunch or dinner.
Get ready for the biggest revelation in dorm-room cooking: kettle eggs! Yes, you can actually make hard-boiled eggs in an electric kettle. (Fun fact: Our senior graphic designer, Alaina Greenberg, makes them almost daily in our office!) If you don’t have a kettle, you can also buy packaged pre-boiled eggs for this recipe.
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.
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.
We’ve swapped out chickpeas for edamame in this twist on typical falafel. Served with a homemade sweet and sour papaya chutney and creamy yogurt, this is a full meal in a wrap. For a kick of heat, try a quick spicy tahini sauce instead of yogurt – simply whiz up tahini paste, water, lemon zest and juice, and a red chile in a food processor and you’ve got another element to add to these wraps!
Crunchy radish, carrots, cabbage and bell pepper are combined with black rice and edamame for a vibrant and satisfying lunchtime salad. The best part is that you can pack it into a glass jar up to 5 days in advance – since the dressing only touches the heartiest vegetables, there is no risk of having a soggy salad!