Lentils give this soup hearty flavor and lots of protein. Lentils, unlike other dry legumes, don’t have to be soaked or cooked before use.
🍅 What a great way to use those juicy tomatoes from the farmers’ market! 🍅 Try salsa on different foods, such as eggs, burgers, or a baked potato.
Who said chili needs meat? This veggie chili will surely fill you up! Microwave the sweet potatoes before dicing to make them easier to cut.
🌽 Not to be corny, but this light soup is delicious and nutritious! 🌽 Use fresh, frozen, or canned corn – whatever fits the season and your budget.
Forget the takeout when you can make this dish just as tasty at home. Using low sodium soy sauce and brown rice are easy, healthy swaps.
Cabbage does not have to be boring or bland with this tasty recipe. Look for cans of stewed tomatoes marked “No Salt Added” or “Low Sodium.”
This stew is full of veggies that will keep you full for a long time! Sweet potato skins are full of flavor and fiber! Scrub them first to remove the dirt.
Stir fries are an easy and creative way to cook leftover veggies. For a complete meal, serve with cooked chicken or shrimp over brown rice.
It ain’t easy being green – unless you’re talking about this delicious recipe! Try different combinations of greens from your local farmers’ market.
Forget steaming – this stir fry gives green beans a kick of flavor! In the winter months, try using frozen green beans and corn instead of fresh.