Immune-Boosting Tofu & Snow Pea Soup
This spicy and sour soup preps you for flu season
This spicy and sour soup preps you for flu season
Thrifty chicken drumsticks pick up all the zesty flavors of curry paste, herbs and peanut sauce in this fast/slow curry dish.
Add a lovely punch of heat to your favorite foods with this fermented chile paste. Using only three ingredients, this versatile condiment will keep for up to 2 years in the fridge. Add it to sauces, salsas or marinades, or use it to top burritos or burgers to give a little spice to your meal.
The smokiness of dried chipotle chiles provides the perfect counterpoint to sweet butternut squash in this easy, 8-ingredient soup. If you want to go more mild, use only one chile; if you like the heat, go for all three.
When afternoon cravings hit, reach for these protein-packed nutrient heavyweights.
Fish’D by EDO’s delicious salmon poke bowl by Josh Chaim is a foodie favorite at the Front Street Foods summer pop-up in Toronto’s financial district. The annual culinary market features foods from over 20 local food vendors as well as craft beers and specialty drinks to eat, drink and savor. Recreate this bowl at home and serve over top kale, brown rice or quinoa for a seriously satisfying dish.
A cold Asian noodle salad is a happy and healthy stir-fry alternative that can be made in advance and served straight out of the fridge. Our favorite is this spicy Thai noodle salad topped with sriracha-roasted peanuts.
We’ve coated chicken breasts with a breading made from tortilla chips! An avocado-yogurt dipping sauce with jalapeño and lime will add richness and loads of flavor. Try this with our Savory Slaw.
Take a trip to New Orleans with this satisfying Southern comfort meal without all the calories. Plan your prep time so that the polenta will be done just as the slow-cooker mixture is finishing up.
Savory spiced beef is topped with a sweet pineapple salsa in these irresistible, finger-licking-good tacos.
Love it hot? Eating clean spicy foods one or two days a week might reduce your risk of death from cancer, heart and respiratory system diseases.
This medley of clams, crab, cod and scallops is slow simmered in a spicy broth and white wine sauce. For a heartier meal, try pairing this stew with whole-grain crusty bread, baguette or garlic crostini to soak up every drop.
This tangy spread hits all the right flavors – subtly sweet, spicy and salty. Use it to add flavor to roasted veggie or prosciutto sandwiches.
Homemade salsas may help reduce your risk of chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, cancer and heart disease, all the while promoting healthy skin, increased energy and healthy weight.
Forget black beans, these vegetarian tacos feature protein-packed lentil meatballs.
Cabbage, mango, carrots and bell pepper are tossed with protein-rich chicken and drizzled with a fiery mint and lime dressing.
Blue cheese and chives add a pungent flair to your grilled burgers and steaks, as well as potatoes.
Just as indulgent as the original, our un-fried eggplant is smothered in layers of sauce and cheese. If you’re not a fan of heat, omit or reduce the red pepper flakes.
A lightly sweet salad complements spicy pan-seared scallops perfectly in this 25-minute meal.
Fresh-tasting jicama is complemented perfectly by sweet honey and spicy chipotle chile for a quick and easy slaw with big-time flavor.
Add some fire to your everyday chicken with this jalapeño- and ginger-infused coconut sauce from Brazil. Try serving this spicy Brazilian chicken with brown rice and black beans.
Trade your heavy, deep-fried buffalo chicken sandwich for an open-faced version that's dripping with spicy, saucy flavor - not fat.
A classic reinvented, our Buffalo chicken tenders have a tasty, crispy coating that rivals your usual deep-fried variety. Our to-die-for dipping sauce is a cinch to put together, plus it adds pungent blue cheese flavor to every bite.
Our Asian-style beef noodle soup offers a hearty bowl of vegetables, buckwheat noodles and vegetables with kick!
While tortilla soup is usually made with cooked chicken, spicy sausage gives it a fiery kick. The garnishes are the key to making this soup healthier: Radishes and cabbage add fiber and vitamins, while the tortilla strips add complex carbohydrates and a satisfying crunch.
Crab cakes often include little-to-no actual crustacean, but Food Network star Ellie Krieger's recipe lets the crab shine through by only panko-crusting the exterior.
Wear rubber gloves when handling chiles! Their heat, though excellent in this Chinese favorite, can transfer to your fingers and make wiping your eyes or nose a painful experience.
When you try this spicy Italian-American dish (just twenty minutes hands-on!) you'll understand why the name is Italian for "Brother Devil"!
Forget the hot wings! We've converted all the Buffalo chicken flavor you love into a totally portable – and addictive – Super Bowl dip.
Jalapeño poppers are generally laden with cheese, breaded and deep-fried – not exactly a clean snack! We reduced the cheese and mixed it into a baked cornbread batter. Serve them with your favorite salsa and a bit of sour cream.