Broccoli salads are popular sides at cookouts and picnics and are usually full of mayo and bacon. This lighter version is a snap to make, and still creamy thanks to yogurt. Raw broccoli may seem tough to eat, but the yogurt dressing makes it tender as it rests in the fridge.
Dietary Need: Vegetarian
This pizza is topped with a salad, making it full of veggies and flavor! Make sure you slice the vegetables very thin so they can cook quickly.
This pasta salad gets its flavor from fresh vegetables and herbs. A good source of vegetable protein, this salad can be a side dish or a main meal.
Bulgur wheat salad with apples, raisins and walnuts make a refreshing side dish or pack for a healthy lunch or picnic dish. To make as a main dish add chicken or fish. Also a good vegetarian choice.
This recipe uses split peas and lentils instead of chickpeas to make these tasty falafel patties.
This dish is full of important nutrients including fiber from the brown rice, vitamin C from the broccoli, and plant-based protein from the chickpeas.
Calabacitas (kahl-ah-ba-SEE-tas) translates to “little squash” in English. It is often served as a side dish, but can easily be a meal in itself.
This stew is extra filling due to its high fiber content.
This vegan gumbo is an excellent source of fiber.
This recipe puts a spin on your traditional ragu sauce by swapping ground beef for lentils and mushrooms, making it suitable for vegans and carnivores alike!