Creamy roasted fingerling potatoes are served simply with sea salt, Aleppo and lemon for a rustic dish with big flavor.
Warm your appetite with a bowl of this citrusy lentil soup.
This French cake is a special autumn treat when pears are firm and juicy.
Pasta with a Light Tomato Cream Sauce is a simple yet classic combination of flavors that’s light enough to stand on its own as a great dish.
A comforting soup that is bright and packed with protein. Get your fill with this Moroccan Bisque.
With sweet potatoes and butternut squash, this curried soups is a beautiful balance of creamy coconut milk, apples and pumpkin seeds sprinkled on top.
Crunchy cucumbers are coated with the noodles in a ginger and lime sesame sauce with a touch of chili pepper heat. A perfect, simple summer dish.
Crispy chicken is baked in a creamy coconut milk sauce with a touch of spicy red curry, and all with only five ingredients needed.
Protein-rich beans tossed with creamy cucumber dressing spiked with garlic, lime, and chili pepper. It comes together quickly and is great inside a pita.
Bring fresh flavors of ginger, scallions, and asparagus to a chewy bowl of Chinese noodles with toasted sesame notes. Serve with spicy chili sauce for heat.
With a touch of cinnamon and mint, this stew is cozy, bright, and so aromatic.
Fresh dill compliments the creamy potatoes and a splash of wine and a pinch of nutmeg give the soup additional layers of flavor and all in only 30 minutes.
Lemon couscous cakes take their flavor from fresh scallions and spicy Harissa. Top with Crème fraîche or tagine for a delicious combination.
Caramelized meatballs come together in a flash with grated onion to keep them tender. Sweet and a bit spicy, these mini meatballs are anything but boring.
A Moroccan tagine that is comforting with plenty of protein from the chickpeas. The beautiful mix of spices transports you to an exotic Marrakesh market.
Juicy, light, and delicious with lime-whipped yogurt, these meatballs are anything but dull and dry.
A pan fried tofu in a honey-sriracha-glaze, is perfectly sweet and spicy. The crispy morsels are served straight from the pan with lime on the side.
The sweet corn pops against soft centers and crisp exteriors. With a twist of Thai, coconut milk, scallions and Thai basil give the fritters a flavor boost.
Meatballs glazed in a light honey sesame sauce and thai peppers infuse these little spicy-sweet morsels with a fierce tropical chili heat.
Try this no fuss, crispy chicken made with Greek yogurt and olive oil.
Wok-tossed, golden tofu with a feisty sauce is good eating. Try these crispy morsels with honey-sesame glaze.
This elegant but unfussy dinner is quick and easy to prepare and provides a fish option that doesn’t require firing up the grill.
This comforting Northern Indian dish stays creamy but cuts the dairy by using to coconut milk.
This vegetarian Spanish-inspired stew is loaded with protein, fiber and antioxidants.
These juicy meatballs full of bright, Southeast Asian flavors would make a great cocktail snack for a party.
This slightly-spicy soup is full of vibrant flavors that brighten a cold and rainy day.
This Thai-style soup gets its luxurious texture from coconut milk, negating the need for any cream or butter.
Freekeh is a roasted cracked green wheat that is comparable to quinoa in protein and fiber that is easy to prepare, healthy and filling without being too heavy.
These surprisingly light and flavorful corn fritters come together without the use of a deep fryer.
You can serve these asparagus hot or cold, alongside dinner or with eggs for brunch.
Eat it with a crusty roll or warm pita. It’s also good packed for lunch or a picnic because it transports well, staying fresh and vibrant for a few hours.
This dish is good warm, at room temperature or hot from the oven, making it a nice recipe for summer gatherings.
The complexity comes from the tangles of soft pasta, the pop of the peas and the vitality of the fresh herbs. Each bite lifts you with tangy-lemony-flavors.
This cauliflower dish can be served hot, warm or at room temperature, making it a nice choice for spring and summer.
Long thin, dark Chinese eggplants are very sweet. They would be great in this recipe. Small Japanese eggplants are also delicious.
If you don’t like chickpeas, replace them with white beans/cannellini beans or use a combo of both chickpeas and white beans. Make it your own recipe.
This recipe is very high in healthy lycopene and vitamin C. It has lots of bright, fresh veggies. It’s light but full of Italian flavor.
The shrimp are cooked in a wine and garlic infused broth. Steamed white rice is the perfect vehicle for soaking up lots of the perky sauce.
This bright, healthy marinara is made with one of best tomato products on the market. Pomi Tomatoes are pure 100 percent Italian tomatoes.
Toasted orzo makes this pilaf special. The orzo lends a light, nutty aroma and taste to the fluffy rice. This recipe makes a big batch.
Jill Nammar is sharing this light but satisfying meal with you today. Bold flavors and contrasting textures are in every bite.
Chicken meatballs are more delicious than ever with this wonderful recipe.
These jalapeño fritters are a healthier riff on the typical fried jalapeño poppers that have become a staple item on American bar menus.