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This plant-based version with tofu and garbanzo flour is scrumptious!
This version is made with orange juice or soy milk with a dash of turmeric, giving it a slightly yellow glow.
This spicy and tart dip combines nutritious soybean with fat-free yogurt and flavors of the Southwest.
In this recipe, fruit supplies natural sweetness, beans provide a stealthy dose of fiber, and the creamy mixture still tastes delicious! What’s not to love?
As an applesauce substitute, ice cream topping or morning toast spread, this rich and sweet concoction is ideal. Hints of cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla, along with brown sugar, create memories of a...
There are certain food combinations that become the basis for an entire cuisine. The Cajun cooking of New Orleans depends on the trinity of celery, bell pepper and onion; the French live on a base of...
This is as simple as it gets: a rustic, fast chop of vegetables and the barest kiss of extra flavor make for a supreme salsa.
A twist on an old favorite, using pineapple instead of tomato in a salsa. In fact, “salsa” is just another word for sauce, and traditional Latin salsa condiments can use all manner of ingredients...
Fast, controlled cooking is the key for great green beans, full of phytonutrients and antioxidants.
The combination of earthy turmeric — a spice with great nutritional benefit — and soy sauce heightens the savory nature of tofu and is reminiscent of meat.