Chickpea and Black Bean Salad with Bell Peppers and Sweet Corn

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Loaded with legumes and veggies, this chickpea and black bean salad is a delicious side dish that’s easy to make for any event. The tart, garlicky lime vinaigrette comes together in seconds and enhances the pungent medley of red onion, crunchy bell pepper, fresh herbs, and sweet corn. Keep reading for the full recipe.

Spicy Vegan Collard Wraps

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Looking for a satisfying lunch packed with veggies, protein, and plenty of bold flavors? These vegan collard wraps are layered with lightly spiced quinoa, avocado, and juicy tomatoes and fennel in garlicky balsamic dressing. Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of meat-free lunch ideas.

Hummus, Avocado, and Sun-Dried Tomato Sandwiches

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Creamy hummus is the humble star of this hearty vegetarian sandwich, held between slices of rustic artisan bread. It’s stacked with crunchy mixed greens, silky sliced avocado, and chewy sun-dried tomatoes. A drizzle of olive oil adds a touch of fruity flavor. Add this recipe to your lineup of meat-free favorites now.

Crispy Baked Falafel

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If you need one more reason to fall in love with falafel, our recipe is sure to seal the deal. They’re baked, not fried, to a crispy golden-brown and bursting with warm, earthy flavors like cumin and coriander. Grassy fresh parsley and cilantro give each bite a hit of brightness. Read on for the delicious details.

Chicken Split Pea Soup

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A savory mix of onions, carrots, celery, and garlic give depth to this split pea soup. Traditional ham is swapped out for juicy chicken breast, and half of the rosemary-spiked broth is blended for a pleasing contrast of textures in the final product. Get the recipe now and snag yourself a spoonful of this hearty soup.

How to Cook Grits in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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If you know how to cook grits in the electric pressure cooker, you can make a smooth and creamy side that you will love in a fraction of the time, and it’s completely hands-off so you can tend to other things. Whether you prefer cheesy, Cajun, or sweet grits, learn the easy method now. Read our how-to guide on Foodal.

Grits vs. Polenta: What’s the Difference?

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Have you gobbled up southern shrimp and grits a million times over and indulged in many-a-sauce-smothered polenta dish at your favorite Italian bistro? If so, you’ve probably found yourself wondering: are grits and polenta the same thing? Read more now to learn the real differences between the two comparable grains.

How to Cook Rice in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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Do you want to learn how to cook any type of rice you want in your electric pressure cooker? This is the ultimate resource for preparing short or long grain, brown or white, and everything in between in your favorite appliance so it’s perfect for enjoying as a side dish or in a salad, a pudding, and so much more.

How to Cook Wild Rice in an Electric Pressure Cooker

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Are you looking to mix up your usual side dish game with a healthy grain option that you can get on the table quickly? Skip the white or brown rice, and learn the easy way to cook wild rice in an electric pressure cooker. Get the simple how-to guide on Foodal now, and make it for dinner tonight! Read more.

How to Cook Chicken and Rice in an Electric Pressure Cooker

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When you need dinner in a hurry, you will be thankful you know how to cook chicken and rice in an electric pressure cooker. The magical appliance cooks the perfect poultry and grain combination, with both coming out with the best texture. This is a meal you will want to repeat many times. Learn how on Foodal.

How to Cook Parboiled Rice in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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When you want a better choice over white rice, learn how to cook parboiled rice in the electric pressure cooker. The process to create this grain gives it its own unique texture and flavor. It is simple to make and can be used as the perfect side dish just like other common types of grains. Read more.

How to Cook White Rice in an Electric Pressure Cooker

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Do you have an electric pressure cooker? Cooking rice in this time-saving appliance makes life so much easier, allowing you to work on the rest of your meal without having to check on it as the grain cooks. Whether you prefer short or long grain white rice, we’ll teach you how to cook it in this article. Read more now.