Rainbow chard, sweet potatoes and dried unsweetened apricots, plums and figs fortify this comforting stew with a bevy of bone-strengthening vitamins and minerals.
A simple lemon and chile pepper marinade allows delicately flavored calamari, also known as squid, to truly shine. Paired with a protein-packed lentil salad, this makes for a hearty warm-weather meal.
Scoop up the creamy hummus, crispy chickpeas and tangy salad with pita wedges, or serve it all tucked into a halved pita pocket for dinner on the go. If you have the ingredients on hand, make a quick sauce with Greek yogurt, lemon juice and chopped fresh mint and drizzle over the spiced chickpeas.
Saucy chicken and vegetables are drizzled with a simple but flavorful olive and basil purée for a stunning dish that looks like it came out of a high-end restaurant – your family will never know that it’s actually quite straightforward to make!
Always choose your carbohydrates carefully to keep your energy levels steady. Here, we’ve chosen whole-grain farro as the base of our scrumptious pilaf – it contains fiber as well as iron, a mineral that’s essential for your body to make hemoglobin, which delivers oxygen to your body’s cells.
Mediterranean cuisine is not only one of the healthiest, it’s also one of the most flavorful. Tart lemons, fragrant garlic and sweet and tangy balsamic vinegar are just a few of its trademark ingredients, and we’ve included them all. These family-friendly pitas also feature bell peppers, which are rich in antioxidants, including lycopene, beta-carotene and ferulic acid, all of which work together to fight potentially cancer-causing free radicals in the body.
Our elegant dish is as beautiful as it is delicious. This Clean Eating recipe comes together so quickly you can serve it for a fancy dinner party or a typical weeknight.
A slow-and-low cooking method ensures this extra-lean roast cooks up tender and moist, while a mix of exotic spices imparts a satisfying flavor profile.
Chill Out with Chickpeas: Chickpeas to help relieve stress? Yes! In fact, chickpeas are a good source of tryptophan, an essential amino acid that your body needs to make protein. High-tryptophan foods play a role in boosting your mood, and tryptophan is even used therapeutically to help treat anxiety, depression and sleep disorders.