If you really want to wow your crowd this spring and summer, whip up this easy asparagus and broccoli salad. With a lemon, almond, and onion dressing, this lean, green saute is a light side dish that’s perfect for any backyard barbecue or picnic. To find out why this recipe is a show-stopper, read more now on Foodal.
Try our easy pasta-bake casserole, featuring charred veggies and Point Reyes Toma cheese. A quick bechamel pulls it all together for a delicious family meal that’s simple enough to make on a busy weeknight. Plus, there’s less food waste because the stems of the broccoli are used as well. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Desperate for a super easy brunch idea? This make-ahead egg casserole loaded with veggies, meat, and cheese is your tasty solution for a worry-free meal. It’s great for all situations, from lazy mornings to hectic brunch parties. Prep it the night before, bake it the next day. Learn how to make this dish now on Foodal.
If you’re trying to curb your between-meals snacking habit, you need to make sure that you’re eating protein-rich food. This recipe for lemon chicken quinoa bowls is packed with protein to keep your tummy satisfied for longer, and give you the energy you need for long days. Are you ready to fuel up on this amazing dish now? Get the recipe from Foodal today!
Making lo mein at home doesn’t have to be difficult, even with a small kitchen space. Make it as complicated or as simple as you like, with this recipe. We’ll teach you how to utilize fresh or frozen vegetables, as well as your favorite combination of chicken, beef, and shrimp. The marinade and sauce are homemade, too! Read more now on Foodal.com.
If you love grilled or roasted vegetables but you’re also in the mood for salad, then this is the dish for you. It includes grilled vegetables and fresh spinach with a very special dressing that sets off the mix of flavors perfectly, and it’s truly a meal in itself. Read more and get the recipe on Foodal.
It’s morning. I wake up, feed Rocco, put him back in his crib to play, read Deuteronomy, take a shower, make a smoothie and kiss Tim goodbye. Armed with a detailed list that’s grouped by stores and then store sections (i.e., produce, pantry, meat, dairy, bread), I get in the car, plug in a podcast …