A four-ingredient filling (plus seasonings) and one-pan baking make for an easy lunch or appetizer!
The couscous is lightly toasted in olive oil, giving it a distinctive nutty flavor. So good! There aren’t a lot of ingredients in this one, but that’s the beauty of it. The simplicity of it allows the fresh flavors to shine through.
This salad is filled with lentils and dates. After being drizzled with the sweet tahini dressing, it ends up as a warm sweet and sour salad that you'll be making many times in the years to come!
Sometimes even a salad can’t be all good for you. Everything in moderation, right? You could definitely bake or broil the cheese if you prefer to make the salad a little less guilt-ridden, or just use two or three cheese balls. We do endorse the frying for the full effect; the extra crispy outside is hard to pass up!
What makes this Broccoli and Edamame Salad so unique and tasty is the Asian-inspired dressing. It is sweet, nutty, creamy, and sour, and the roasted peanuts give it an extra layer of crunchiness.