If you dig Meatless Monday but can’t seem to shake that burger craving, try these winter squash patties. A wholesome blend of oats, pistachios, fresh herbs, and sweet roasted squash, they feature flavor and texture in every bite. Cradle them between two buns for the full handheld experience. Read on for the recipe.
For a side dish that packs just as much flavor as it does flair, try this beet-infused spin on traditional Russian potato salad. In this easy recipe, tender Yukon Golds are tangled with crunchy boiled carrots, peas, and vinegary sweet pickle relish, then folded with a bright, creamy dressing. Read on for more.
Roasted carrot and shallot puree is so earthy and subtly sweet. Blended with heavy cream and grated Parmigiano Reggiano, it makes a velvety filling for homemade ravioli. For the perfect accompaniments, serve with a nutty thyme brown butter sauce and toasted pumpkin seeds. Try this healthier comfort food recipe now.
Speed up the cooking process by learning how to cook bone-in chicken thighs in the electric pressure cooker. The meat stays nice and juicy, plus you can even cook them straight from frozen. This is a fantastic technique, especially when poultry is on sale, or if you are prepping meals in advance this week. Read more.
Can the canned stuff that gets nudged to the side of the plate on Thanksgiving, and daringly dollop this homemade cranberry sauce front and center instead. Simmered until they burst, the tart orbs are perfumed with orange zest, honey, and vanilla for a vibrant sauce everyone will love. Read on for the full recipe.
Whether you’re looking for a fresh side for the holidays or a nourishing meal on Meatless Monday, these stuffed sweet potatoes are the dreamboats you’ve been waiting for. After baking to a golden crisp, they’re filled with fresh balsamic-infused cranberries, crunchy pecans and pepitas, and wild rice. Get the recipe.
Whether you’re abstaining from alcohol or simply sober-curious, that doesn’t mean you can’t participate in a toast this holiday season. From craft beer to bubbly sippers, we’re sharing the greatest hits on the non-alcoholic market right now that will quench your thirst, but keep you levelheaded. Read more now.
Can you make a tasty chocolate chip cookie that’s vegan and gluten free? It may seem impossible, but our delicious chickpea chocolate chip cookies will destroy any doubt. Garbanzo bean flour is a great gluten-free base, and these cookies are easy to make, with a slightly firm crust and chewy centers. Read more now.
If you are wondering how to cook broccoli in the electric pressure cooker, look no further than our simple how-to. Ready in minutes, the vegetables come out perfectly crisp-tender with a slight bit of chew. This is an easy way to steam broccoli quickly, without having to babysit it on the stove. Read more on Foodal.
Snuggle up to this comforting chicken stew with biscuits when you want to be warmed from the inside out. Exploding with earthy root veggies like parsnips and potatoes, and dotted with sweet peas and lemony thyme, every rich bite is a mouthful of flavor. Read on to add this recipe to your collection of cozy favorites.
Do you prefer soft and chewy over crispy and crunchy? Then you’ll be the biggest fan of these spiced einkorn cookies. Molasses and coconut sugar give these sweet treats their irresistibly soft texture, and a blend of cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg provides the most wonderful aroma. Get the recipe now.
Traditional pickled cucumbers take a backseat in this imaginative recipe where thick-cut zucchini slices and onions are infused with an aromatic bread and butter brine. Ground turmeric adds a vibrant neon tint, while brown sugar brings rich caramel notes. Keep reading for more secrets behind these zesty bites.