This sloppy Joe casserole uses two different sources of protein to deliver a classic dish in a new way.
Ingredient: onion, chopped
Hominy is a type of corn that has been used in the Americas for thousands of years. This recipe makes an excellent spiced side dish that goes well with any type of meat. You can even serve it by itself over rice!
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.
Oyster stuffing is a traditional holiday dish in New England, but it’s delicious year-round.
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.
Lentils add extra protein and fiber to this savory recipe designed to satisfy your taste buds and nourish your body.
This stew is extra filling due to its high fiber content.
This recipe is an excellent source of fiber with nearly 20 grams per serving!
Lentils take the place of meat in this vegetarian lasagna.
Ginger, tumeric, and cumin are spices used widely in East Indian cuisine. This one pot dish is a good source of fiber and protein, thanks to the chickpeas.