Asparagus is a spring vegetable that can be cooked in many ways! Roasting brings out the vegetable’s sweetness.
Ingredient: garlic, minced
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.
The green split peas and white beans account for nearly 20 grams of fiber in this delicious chili.
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.
There’s no cream in this chowder, but potatoes help to thicken the light broth.
Cioppino (pronounced CHI-oh-peeno) is an Italian-American fish stew. This recipe uses oysters, but you can use any mixture of fish and shellfish and it will be great.
A Cape Cod favorite, oyster stew is a simple recipe with endless variations. Thaw frozen oysters in the refrigerator for 24 hours before cooking.
This dairy-free, antioxidant-packed soup can be eaten alone but it’s so simple you can add whatever you’d like! Try white beans, chicken, or spinach.
Lentils add extra protein and fiber to this savory recipe designed to satisfy your taste buds and nourish your body.