A butter lettuce salad with persimmons, shaved fennel, pomegranate seeds, and a bright citrus dressing. Vegan and gluten-free!
If you’re a fennel newbie, this is the recipe for you.
A refreshing Blood Orange and Fennel Salad of healthy greens combined with avocado, mint, radish, parmesan cheese, and walnuts topped with a citrus vinaigrette.
Whatever you’re grilling, you need some go-to sides that you can count on. A crunchy, slightly acidic, mildly sweet foil to sticky barbecue glazed chicken, thick juicy burgers, or low and slow-smoked ribs, slaw is always a favorite. You need something to cut the fat and this dish delivers.
A fantastic side dish that goes well any main or as a light paleo and gluten-free lunch on its own. It's crazy healthy, super easy, but fancy, and is perfectly balanced between sweet and citrusy.
This dish will soon be making regular appearances at your dinner table. Serve it with roasted potatoes and a green salad or just a glass of wine and some crusty bread.
This recipe is great on its own but would be fabulous served with some crispy fried tofu, or a roasted chicken, along with a salad of arugula, red onions, sliced stone fruit, and chopped nuts.
Healthy, filling, and simple to prepare, this dish is easy enough to make for weeknight family dinners, yet sophisticated enough for entertaining. The bright green peas pair perfectly with the fresh mint in the couscous.
Brining meat enhances its juiciness. If you haven’t tried this technique before, don’t worry--it’s easy! Brine is simply salt, sugar, and liquid. In this instance, the tamari sauce provides the salt, the sugar is found in the sake, and there you have your liquid too.