Make an easy vegetable side dish when you learn how to cook corn on the cob in an electric pressure cooker. It is so simple and you will never want to boil corn on the stove again. The vegetable turns out perfectly every time you cook it, making it tender and totally foolproof. Get the easy how-to guide now on Foodal.
Our satsuma, red onion, and pomegranate salad is a vibrant dish full of sweet and tangy flavors paired with a balsamic vinaigrette. Have fun with the playful textures from the pomegranate seeds, crisp lettuce and onions, and juicy citrus segments. It’s a refreshing and healthy dish to serve with dinner. Read more.
For a fresh tasting side dish, learn how to cook asparagus in the electric pressure cooker. It’s the easiest way to cook the vegetable, pairing with everything from salmon to chicken to meat and more. What’s better than quick, reliable, and hands-off cooking, after all? Get the full how-to over on Foodal now.
This basic savory recipe is perfect for anyone who wants to make the classic Chinese rice porridge at home. The rich texture can be customized with whatever flavors you like, from chicken to beef, with spicy Sriracha, and more. It’s the ultimate comfort food that can be served at any time of day. Get the recipe now.
You’ve never had carrot soup like this before. This buttery, slightly sweet roasted carrot onion soup gets a serious kick of flavor, thanks to a sprinkle of homemade dukkah spice on top. It’s sure to warm you up from the inside out! Read more now to add this spiced soup recipe to your collection of cozy favorites.
For a quick and easy side dish, everyone should know how to cook carrots in an electric pressure cooker. It doesn’t matter if you love regular or baby versions of the vegetable, this guide provides everything you need to know to cook them perfectly in just a few minutes, seasoned however you like. Read more.
Just because you don’t have a sweet tooth doesn’t mean you can’t have your cake and eat it too. One fluffy forkful of this savory spinach cake and you’ll be like, “Red velvet who?” Laced with juicy raisins, crunchy walnuts, and briny feta, this unique dish will leave you wanting more. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
This is quite honestly the best classic minestrone soup recipe. The vegetable broth and tomato base is loaded with fresh veggies, beans, and tender small shell pasta. The whole recipe comes together in one pot to create a delightful and healthy dinner. Plus the leftovers are outstanding for lunch. Get the recipe now.
The next time you’re crunched for time at dinner, turn to this quick black bean soup. Ready in just 15 minutes and made from a handful of pantry staples, it’s a simple, healthy meal that’s also easy on the budget. Plus, it’s totally kid-friendly! Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of family favorites.
This Bosc pear and arugula salad with hazelnuts, creamy fried goat cheese, and maple vinaigrette is juicy, sweet, peppery, and perfect for fall. Striking the perfect balance between healthy and indulgent, it’s an impressive start to any meal. Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of healthier favorites.
If you haven’t made ratatouille before, give our recipe a try this week. A hearty and rustic combination of vegetables comes together to create a meal that is the epitome of comfort. With a burst of fresh herbs, it’s a simple and straightforward dish that’s nutritious and flavorful, and easy to make. Get the recipe.
Beans are a good plant-based source of protein that’s also high in healthy nutrients and dietary fiber. Yet, despite being inexpensive, many of us avoid them due to an unpleasant side effect of eating legumes: gas. Read more now to find out how to prepare and cook dried beans to make them easier to digest.