This salad is inspired by Charoset (ka-ROW-set), a chopped apple and walnut dish that is traditionally served during Passover Seder. You can substitute the walnuts for pistachios or pecans, or make it nut-free. The crushed matzo adds a nice crunch, but if you don’t have it, and aren’t making this dish kosher for Passover, you can add croutons or lightly crushed crackers.
Ingredient: olive oil
Kugel (pronounced KOO-gul) is a sweet or savory casserole that uses egg noodles, potatoes, or matzo meal to hold it together. This recipe uses both matzo and potato, and the carrots give it a sweet springtime upgrade. Kugel is a recipe many people enjoy during Passover.
Parsnips are part pf the parsley family and taste like a sweet cross between parsley and celery. This simple recipe is a good side dish or can be used to top grain bowls.
Black beans are full of fiber and plant-based protein. This soup has a little kick from canned green chiles! Use it as a simple base and get creative with the toppings. Try any combination of cheese, avocado, sour cream, yogurt, cilantro, tortilla chips, or anything you like!
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.
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.
Pair this hummus with your favorite crunchy vegetables like broccoli, pickles, bell peppers, or carrots.
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.
A good source of vitamin A, roasted squash adds a sweet, earthy flavor to hummus.