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Lentils are packed with fiber and are a great source of protein, which makes this dish an excellent vegetarian entree. The unique flavor of curry, with its combination of deep, earthy, and sweet spices will please everyone at your table.
Lentils are a nutrition goldmine. They are an excellent source of folic acid, fiber, iron and protein.
This soup is packed with omega-3 rich salmon, fiber-filled split peas and a lot of flavor. It’s easy to leave traditional ham split pea soup behind when a heart-healthy variation tastes this good!
In almost no time at all, you can make a hot, satisfying soup with the fresh, bright flavor of green peas. High in fiber and protein, fresh or frozen peas belong in the spotlight! Make a batch on the weekend and have easy weeknight meals on hand.
This recipe is hearty enough for a vegetarian entrée or a side dish to a seafood or chicken dinner.
Remember twice-baked potatoes—yummy but, oh, so fattening? Here’s a richer and sweeter version that’s more healthy. Sweet potatoes are a rich source of antioxidants; pears are high in fiber. Next time you’re tempted to serve baked potatoes, think sweet.
Garlic is used in cuisines all over the world for its unique and pungent flavor and loved for its added health benefits. It aids in reducing total cholesterol, blood pressure and inflammation. The garlic in this dish compliments the fresh crisp green bean flavor.
If you like a summer cabbage slaw, you’ll love this hearty version, the perfect side dish for a winter meal. Brussels sprouts are at their sweetest during cold weather and are an excellent source of vitamin C and vitamin K.