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This spicy and tart dip combines nutritious soybean with fat-free yogurt and flavors of the Southwest.
Joined with sweet potatoes, parsnips become a fragrant side dish that is hard to turn down, while supplying some important health benefits.
The combination of sweet apricots and dates, deeply savory garlic, and onions and crunchy and silky textures of breads and nuts will keep even the most distractible guest interested.
This dish is a fine side dish for chicken or fish, or as a meat-free main course.
The antioxidant benefits of cabbage, vitamin-rich mushrooms, and the fiber and protein of farro all in one dish.
Adding ginger and cinnamon to apricots gives them an earthy, almost dessert-like flavor and would complement a turkey or duck main course.
The combination of polenta and mushrooms in particular is potent, boosting each other’s antioxidant health benefits.
The gluten-free combination of basmati and lentils in this recipe is enhanced by the subtle heat of chili and paprika and is an exotic addition to any meal.
The Italian table loves bruschetta, a Roman way of using leftover bread to bring the freshest tomatoes and local olive oil to a meal.
Certainly not the boring mash we’ve grown accustomed to, this side is easy enough to become a regular favorite, with abundant flavor to sit alongside a special roast or spicy dish.