This superfood takes centerstage in a hearty and satisfying dish. Get the recipe.
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Savory Asparagus, Potato, Cherry Tomato and Goat Cheese Galette
Bold colors + bold flavors = guaranteed crowd-pleaser. Get the recipe.
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Long before Meatless Mondays hit the States, Egyptians and other Middle Eastern countries had fallen heads over heels for their own meat substitute of choice: falafel. Get the recipe.
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Lemon Ricotta Pasta
This dish is quick, easy, and flexible to whatever veggies you have on hand. Get the recipe.
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Roasted Asparagus & Baby Carrots With Chive Butter
A little color and a little chive butter make this a satisfying side or main. Get the recipe.
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Fig, Manchego, and Arugula Pizza
Your friends will never reach for a slice of pepperoni ever again once they've had this treat for your eyes and your taste buds from Brooklyn Supper. Get the recipe.
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Vegetable Quiche with Spinach, Onions and Pine Nuts
Proving that decadent-looking dishes don't need to take long, The Naptime Chef can whip this up during, er, naptime. Get the recipe.
Edamame Salad with Ginger Vinaigrette
Have you ever seen a simple salad that packs as much color as Nancy Buchanan's Edamame Salad with Ginger Vinaigrette? Neither have we. Get the recipe.
Vegetarian Bi Bim Bap
Marc Matsumoto gives this Korean classic a meatless makeover. Get the recipe.
Broccoli Salad with Carrots and Currants
The folks over at The Kitchn have billed this as a quick side, but take it from us: it makes a completely satisfying meal. And it's ready in mere minutes. Get the recipe.
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Mushroom & Cannellini Bean Ragout
Cookin' Canuck Dara Michalski's hearty ragout has got us excited for the onset of cooler weather. It's sure to warm up the kitchen. Get the recipe.
Penne all'Arrabbiata (Spicy Penne Pasta)
One of our all-time favorite pasta dishes, Paula Jones' Penne all'Arrabbiata is a great way to put some pantry staples to use for a completely satisfying (and super speedy) dinner. Get the recipe.
Indian Dal Nirvana (Dal Makhani)
We're huge fans of dals, those endlessly adaptable lentil and bean dishes from the Indian Subcontinent. Jaden Hair at Steamy Kitchen has one worthy of its Beverly Hills roots. Get the recipe.
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Gluten-Free Lemon-Poppy Seed Pasta with Tomato, Corn and Basil
Silvana Nardone says this gem of a gluten-free dish comes close to the pasta she remembers coming from the kitchen of her Italian grandmother. Get the recipe.
Quick Indian-Style Spinach and Chickpeas
Is there any cuisine that treats spinach better than Indian? We don't think so, either. Stacie over at One Hungry Mama has the perfect quick spinach dish that highlights the luxurious flavors of India. Get the recipe.
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Southwest Mac And Cheese With A Cornbread Crust
Serious Eats puts a seriously tasty spin on this classic comfort food. Get the recipe.