Loaded with fresh mint, spring peas and your usual pesto ingredeints, this recipe has all the flavors of the season.
Panzanella is rooted historically in the necessity to brighten unsalted breads, but the tradition continues as the salad has become a popular summer lunch.
Get out of your salad rut with these refreshing ideas.
If you love the perfectly crispy edges that come with thin, shoestring fries then this homemade recipe is for you.
Sweet butternut squash combines with cumin and smoky chipotle pepper and chickpeas to make for a deliciously balanced and filling watercress salad.
A refreshing strawberry and avocado salad with candied pepitas is the perfect way to enjoy spring produce, alongside a glass of crisp Pinot Grigio.
Loaded with fresh herbs, vegetables, spring greens and white beans, this salad is fit for a picnic or barbecue side with its sweet and tangy honey-shallot dressing.
Once you have one bite, you’ll want to serve this chickpea salad with herbs and vegetables all summer long.
Crisp zucchini noodles are tossed with Italian dressing, topped with charred corn, pungent red onions, juicy tomatoes, fresh basil and creamy burrata.
A simple, summery combination of clementines, pomegranate, and leafy greens, this citrus watercress salad is tossed in a cinnamon yogurt dressing.
This lemon basil risotto tastes so light and flavorful thanks to the citrus and fresh herbs. Pair with a cool glass of Pinot Grigio for a perfect match.
Celebrate a warm summer day with this feta, cucumber and watermelon salad loaded with avocado and mint and paired with a cool glass of Pinot Grigio wine.
Served with a shaved artichoke salad, this stunning squid ink ravioli with a leek and ricotta filling is the perfect pair with cool Pinot Grigio wine.
If you’re looking for some great potato salads for Memorial Day and all of summer, look no further. Check out these recipes that don’t have mayo, so they won’t get weird if they’re sitting out in the sun.
This fun watercress salad is loaded with lightly sautéed apples with a touch of honey and crunchy almonds.
Arugula and Beet Salad with Herbed Ricotta is a beautiful combination of textures guaranteed to please any palate.
These summer rolls are wrapped up with refreshing watercress, mango, and mint and served with an irresistible sesame-ginger dipping sauce with a hint of garlic. It’s a perfect cool dish for a warm day.
This sweet and salty watercress salad is loaded with bacon, figs, gorgonzola cheese, candied nuts and a sweet and acidic honey champagne vinaigrette.
This peppery watercress salad is topped with crispy herbed goat cheese that has been fried to perfection. It’s a salad with the perfect amount of crunch and creaminess.
Surprisingly hearty, this peppery watercress salad is loaded with sweet golden beets and quinoa for a delicious flavor combo that reminds us that salads are anything but boring.
If you’re not familiar with sunchokes (aka Jerusalem artichokes), they’re essentially a cross between a potato…
While they’re in season, let’s eat all the asparagus we can, starting with this creamy asparagus risotto.
This bright, easy red cabbage salad can be your go-to for crunch this spring. Serve it next to your favorite protein, like salmon, for a delicious pair.
It’s not every day that you can learn to prepare a gourmet raw Pad Thai salad from a fine dining Executive Chef who cooked for Madonna, Beyoncé and Elton John.
Dive into a comforting bowl of this classic Italian pasta e fagioli that is hearty enough on its own, without any meat.
These international potato roast wedges are covered with beet leaves pesto sauce, making it one sumptuous side dish. A simple and easy vegetarian recipe.
Dive into a bowl of this spicy potato vindaloo curry, a delicious Indian vegetarian dish that is quick to make for lunch or dinner.
With bright purple color, these smashed sumac potatoes are served with a dukkah condiment that is loaded with herbs and spices.
Take your brunch, drinks and all, to the next level with these easy tips to spice things up.
Take your hasselback potatoes to a whole new level by cooking them on the grill and serving them with a traditional Spanish romesco sauce.
Take your go-to vinaigrette or salad dressing to a whole new level by adding tangy mustard to the mix.
Light, flavorful and very easy to prepare, this sumac potatoes and cucumber salad is made with spiced and roasted potatoes, crunchy Persian cucumbers, fresh mint and a refreshing dressing.
This French carrot salad made of shredded carrots, parsley and tossed in a vinegary dressing is delightful. The crunchy carrots woven with fresh, grassy parsley just brings life and light to the table. It’s filling, yet not too heavy.
In just 30 minutes, you could be enjoying this nutritious, gluten-free spring fingerling potato salad tossed with pesto, lemon juice, bright spices, sweet tomatoes, artichokes, and fresh mozzarella.
Loaded with a flavorful array of spices and served over jasmine rice, these Indian curry potatoes with spring vegetables are bright and hearty. The perfect dish for a cool spring day.
The mix of red, white, and sweet potatoes with onions and fennel and a mix of cheeses make for a nutty, rich, and herbal side dish with garlic that is fit for any winter meal.
This comforting celeriac soup is healthy so easy to make and surprisingly delicious. A great first course for a fancy dinner party or a light cozy main for guests watching their waistline.
Made with quinoa, dried apricots and tossed in a pomegranate vinaigrette, this kale tabbouleh is no wimpy salad.
A well-seasoned snack of Fried Mint and Cayenne Chickpeas.
This vegetarian meal in one deep dish straight out of the oven. An easy weeknight dinner!
Adjaruli (Acharuli) Khachapuri is a traditional Georgian (the country, that is), canoe-shaped bread filled with a generous amount of cheese and topped with an egg.
Let artichokes, fennel, radicchio, and walnuts of this Italian salad bring your world to life on a dark winter day.
The best way to prepare beets is to roast them. The earthy and sweet flavors come out, and you can dress them with additional herbs and spices for a tasty dish.
This citrus salad definitely fulfills your citrus and green needs.
Try this flavorful vegetarian recipe to step up your rice game.
A savory vegetable pie nestled into a yeast-risen crust and topped with a Sicilian-style cheese.
Create the traditional Tuscan dish of Italian flavors. Despite being considered a dish for the poor, using quality tomatoes, olives, and mozzarella is key.
A traditional, colorful saffron risotto from Lombardy, that is rumored to have been invented by accident in 1574.
Tonight make this creamy pumpkin and carrot soup with kale crisps for dinner.
Take your butternut squash soup to a whole new flavor and healing level with the addition of sweet pears and spicy ginger.
If you’re looking for something to enjoy that is warming and filling on a cold winter day, but will still nourish your body without weighing you down, look no further. Soup is the answer.
Most of us are so used to having lettuce on salads and eaten raw, but in Asia there are dishes where it is cooked like this dish – a simple scalded lettuce in garlic oil.
Soft and creamy on the inside with the spice of cinnamon and ginger on the outside, these roasted sweet potatoes make for a great side dish on the dinner table.
Layering flavor is the key to this eggplant recipe. The combination of earthy eggplant, salted anchovies, caramelized onions, garlicky chives and crispy fried shallots is enriching and complementary tastes beyond just the basic ingredients.
Za’atar is a combination of a handful of different spices that packs a punch of flavor. Simply grind and put into a sealed container and sprinkle on almost anything!
Indian Style Radish and Peanut Salad is a great dish to serve as a salad or a side dish for any Indian meal. Crispy, spicy radishes and crunchy peanuts with the tangy warm lemon dressing – every ingredient works well with the other.
A crisp winter salad, rich in colors and flavors. The dates and vinaigrette are the special ingredients of this recipe that makes for a perfect side dish or snack.
It’s another Friday Night Dinner, and this week, creamy zucchini basil soup is being served.
In Mexico, bottled hot sauce is used everyday to spice up street fare such as potato chips, fruit cocktails, popcorn, and other fried foods sold as snacks in plastic bags. It is also used in some seafood cocktail preparations and alcoholic drinks.