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Grilling is a great way to improve the depth of flavor in tomatoes.
Not quite guacamole, not quite salsa, this condiment can top tacos or be scooped up with chips.
Who says gyros have to be sandwiches? With this savory spread, you can customize and enjoy them any way you'd like.
Want to stock your shelves to set you up for quick, nutritious meals? Look no further than these non-perishable canned foods that pack a nutrition punch.
Quick, easy and deeply flavorful, Outside Inc.'s resident chef Biju Thomas has a twist on tomato soup you'll absolutely love.
Instead of using traditional hamburger buns, this flavorful sloppy joe is served in roasted bell peppers and finished with basil sprigs for a pop of color and herbaceous flavor.
Let food be your secret weapon when it comes to aging well, looking great, and avoiding all-too-common diseases such as macular degeneration and mental decline.
Fruit bowl or fridge? Tomatoes can be a tricky fruit to keep fresh, and you’re probably storing them wrong. Find out where you should keep yours for the longest lifespan and juiciest flavor.
Mess-free foil packets are a preferred cooking method for good reason: Cleanup is a breeze (crumple and toss foil!), and you're guaranteed a tender, flavorful Cajun Jambalaya recipe!
Did someone say pizza? Pizza soup, that is. This crowd pleaser is especially popular with kids because it tastes just like pizza in a bowl. But who are we kidding? We love it too. Top it off with garlic bread for an indulgent, grown-up touch.
You may have heard of the popular meatball recipe known as albóndigas en salsa de chipotle, or meatballs in chipotle sauce, made mouthwatering with Mexican beef. Here, that dish is combined with the concept of a torta, or a sub, for a tasty and easy way to enjoy them.
This tostada is topped with the perfect combination of lime, spicy chiles, and fresh marinated seafood.
The origin stories of this famous soup are as varied as its ingredients, but while many people disagree on its origins, one thing is clear: This smoky, vegetable-packed soup is not to be missed.
In Mexican slang, the word tinga is often translated as “mess” or “disarray” — and what a beautiful mess this chicken filling is indeed!
Turmeric-roasted chicken and cauliflower along with crisp lettuce, cucumber and tomato make this a satisfying plate, no bread required.
Chipotle chiles are smoked, dried jalapeño peppers, and they lend a rich flavor and some heat here. Warning: the crispy quinoa topping is highly addictive.
This celebration of summer combines lemon-herbed ricotta, juicy heirloom tomatoes and a scattering of fresh herbs onto premade crusts – easy as pie. Swap in gluten-free or grain-free crusts to accommodate any dietary restrictions.
These tacos are on point! Fold and roll a flour tortilla into a cone before filling it with your favorites like chicken or seasoned beef. Finish it off with a bold salsa like CHI-CHI’S® Thick & Chunky Salsa Mild for lots of flavor and just the right amount of spice.
There’s so much you can do with this workhorse staple ingredient. We're sharing some of our favorite tomato recipes.
Curtis Stone’s twist on a traditional Tuscan salad is loaded with shallots, mozzarella cheese and light, juicy heirloom tomatoes.
These lettuce cups feature traditional Greek flavors that come together in less than 30 minutes, making it a great option for weekday meals.
Tender riced cauliflower makes the low-carb base for this comforting casserole that boasts southwestern flavors.
This nutritious salad hits all the marks for satisfaction: a variety of flavors and textures, ease of prep and balanced nutrition.
Top creamy baked sweet potatoes with spiced black beans, juicy tomatoes and fresh cilantro sauce for a new take on loaded potatoes.
We’ve upgraded the typical beans and rice with loads of toppings including cilantro, avocado and feta cheese. Feel free to customize it to your taste with any other chopped vegetables or herbs you have on hand.
These breakfast muffins are the perfect on-the-go meal. They’re simple to make and you can make bake them ahead of time for quick breakfast throughout the week.
A popular Mexican seasoning blend, Tajín is often sprinkled on mango or melon. It contains dried and ground chiles, salt and dehydrated lime juice, so it’s Whole30 compliant. Urban suggests using this recipe for a backyard barbecue, but we love it on an indoor grill to serve on game day as well.
This creamy takeout favorite is easily made at home and freezes beautifully. Remember to stir in the cream (or Greek yogurt) at the last minute, just before serving.
Who doesn’t love a rich, gooey pasta bake, especially when all the work was done weeks ago? In this freezer-friendly recipe, we undercook the penne so it’s perfectly al dente (never overdone) once baked. Garnish with parsley or basil before serving.
Our version of coconut shrimp has a crunchy coating of fiber-rich coconut flour with unsweetened coconut flakes and toasty whole-wheat panko bread crumbs. Breading and freezing the shrimp raw ensures they will be perfectly cooked inside with a crispy crust. Omit the sriracha in the pineapple dipping sauce if you prefer less heat.
An electric pressure cooker makes great chili in a snap, and it can also bake up delicious corn bread at the same time. When cooked, the top of the corn bread will appear pale, but the bottom will be golden brown — just invert it onto a serving plate for the best presentation.
When eating plant-based, you don’t have to give up meaty, satisfying buffalo wings. Just sub cauliflower for the chicken and pair with a roasted tempeh salad to get all those familiar flavors, but with a nutritious boost.
Enjoy tacos with a seasonal fall twist by using pumpkin instead of meat. Featuring homemade refried black beans and guacamole, these tacos are uber satisfying.
Enjoy a duo of healthy lunch wraps with ingredients that are reminiscent of three favorite dips – hummus, guacamole and pesto – for a tasty explosion of flavors.
Chicken, veggies, quinoa and a zingy buttermilk dressing are perfectly matched in this meal in a bowl.
Find cauliflower crusts in the freezer section of your grocery store, but read the instructions as some brands require pre-baking.
Heirloom cherry tomatoes come in so many pretty colors and shapes, like red grape, yellow pear and stripy round varieties. Choose whichever ones you like, because they’re all delicious with this tender tuna.
Prep this easy plant-based sandwich in the morning and it will be delicious at lunch time. Pack ¼ cup of the hummus and the carrots sticks as a side.
This quick breakfast will fuel you all morning long. Save time this week by preparing 1½ cups of cooked quinoa and refrigerating leftovers to use for future breakfasts.
This power bowl — topped with a creamy, homemade eggplant dip called baba ghanoush — is fresh and filling.
This isn't just a good vegetarian burger — it's a good burger, period. Spicy and smoky, it's packed with protein and topped with creamy WHOLLY® GUACAMOLE, for a filling and delicious meal.
This spiced chicken brings the heat, while refreshing corn salsa made with sweet tomatoes and creamy avocados lends balance and crunch.
Tender, meaty mushrooms are smothered in a tangy salsa and topped with gooey cheese for a veg-heavy main dish.
Our updated tuna melt substitutes Greek yogurt for mayo, and it's topped with fresh veggies and apples, along with gooey cheese.
The ultimate Italian comfort food need not be assembled à la Nonna. Try our deconstructed version, replete with traditional flavors and ready in less than 45 minutes, for a quick midweek dinner.
High in protein and low in fat, buffalo is a fantastic alternative to beef, and our chili boasts hearty cubes of the lean meat, paired with veggies and nine spices.
You need not head south for the fatty, deep-fried original – try this cleaner take on New Orleans' classic sammie, with grilled fish, lots of veggies, whole-wheat baguette and a light goat cheese spread.
This healthy soup, similar to a minestrone, will both satisfy your appetite and warm you up on a chilly winter day.
Succotash really came into its own during the Great Depression, thanks to its thrifty nature, and we think a clean version seasoned with dill, lemon juice and zest is the perfect accompaniment to our tender pink trout.
Honey and sriracha glaze gives the salmon an amazing sweet and spicy flavor. The avocado salsa is the perfect finish for this fast and easy dinner.
The combination of sweet, fresh pineapple, salty fish sauce and spicy chile sauce is typical of Thai dishes.
The colorful and hearty blend of black beans, corn, tomatoes, lime and cilantro enveloping the meatballs fills out this 20-minutes dish.
This big-batch meal comes together in an hour and tastes even better throughout the week as those classic chili flavors meld together. This version is bean-free for a change.
We've taken the classic combo of grilled cheese and tomato soup and reinvented it. In our version, the grilled cheese is made into croutons and served on the soup — chop them larger or smaller depending on your preference.
Pinto beans lend body while also adding a dose of satiating protein and fiber to this spicy soup. Adapt the toppings to your taste — we love it with tangy pickled onions, but they are completely optional. Avocado, cilantro, jalapeños and radishes all make great toppers as well.
Pancakes take a savory turn with this almond and cornmeal version topped with black bean salsa and a drizzle of cilantro-infused yogurt.
Let this spiced chicken curry warm you up from the inside out. This recipe is packed with veggies and has a silky coconut milk base for a dish that is both indulgent and healthy.
This baked fajita recipe uses pork instead of the usual beef or chicken. And it's easy to make — just cut up the pork and veggies, then pop them in the oven. The outcome is juicy and tender pork and a dinner that's packed with flavor.
Our team was seriously impressed by the deep flavors in this easy-to-make roast. Pop it into the slow cooker before you head to work and come home to a comforting meal. Make sure you check all your ingredients to ensure they are Whole30 compliant.
This zesty Mexican flavored bake is easy to prepare. Vegetables, black beans and avocado smother a soft egg.
Sweet corn, tomato and olive bruschetta is a simple and flavorful Italian appetizer. Top fresh white fish with it for a light and easy dish.
Top flatbread with sweet-and-savory chicken breast for a tasty low-fat, high-protein dish.
Four types of seafood – clams, mussels, fish and shrimp – are combined in this classic Italian American stew. Save some of the fronds from the fennel bulb for a delicate anise flavor and garnish.
You won't miss the rice in this high-protein, low-carb quinoa jambalaya. We also mix in lean chicken sausage, shrimp and plenty of good-for-you veggies.
Try Jesse Lane Lee's famous Bruschetta Chicken recipe — it contains all the same enticing flavors as regular bruschetta, but she’s swapped out the refined white bread for protein-rich chicken to help keep blood sugar stable for sustained energy.
In the height of summer, you won't find a better side dish than this deceptively simple combination of peak-season produce.
This textured, complex salad is lightly dressed with our sweet and pungent Russian dressing, but feel free to add a little more if you like. Fennel gives it a gentle licorice note, while the Parmesan adds a satisfying umami touch. Don’t skip the Crispy Quinoa Topper, it adds a crunch that you won’t want to miss.
These these powerful fungi can boost your immunity, control blood sugar levels and reduce inflammation within the body. And they have a rich, buttery and meaty flavor, which means you won't even miss the bacon in this hearty "BLT" sandwich.
This piquant relish, made with eggplant, onions, celery, capers and a generous amount of olive oil and vinegar, embodies its home island of Sicily. Eat it warm or cold, spread it on crostini, spoon it on top of grilled chicken or fish, or fold it into an omelette.
This spicy apricot BBQ sauce pairs perfectly with our Pecan-Crusted Chicken with Sautéed Asparagus & Mushrooms
Perfectly simple with a sprinkle of spice, this mayo-free egg salad sandwich is perfect for lunch or dinner.
A dairy-free ranch dressing smothers this cleaner take on the classic salad with hearty turkey breast, bacon and avocado. Top with herbs or microgreens for a pretty presentation.
Tomatoes, vinegar and spices such as pepper flakes and allspice help infuse chicken with a ton of flavor.
Wild salmon is low in calories, high in protein and loaded with omega-3 fats, which support attention, memory, learning and other cognitive processes.
This unique chili combines both tomatillos and grape tomatoes for maximum flavor. Serve with toppings of your choice: sour cream, green onions or lime wedges.
This rustic-style stew contains hearty cannellini beans and turkey sausage for a filling meal.
This bowl packs a little of everything for a light yet satisfying lunch or dinner that will keep your taste buds guessing with every single bite.
Cutting chicken breasts into thin cutlets helps them cook quickly on the grill – if you can find pre-sliced cutlets, use them instead and save yourself the prep work. A quick blender sauce with fresh basil and lime is smothered over top for a zesty, spicy kick.
In our twist on a traditional potato salad, a fresh and fragrant pesto brings the chicken, potatoes and green beans together. We’ve suggested poached chicken here, but you can use any leftover chicken you have on hand.