A single vegetable can become a salad with the right dressing. Your pantry of Asian condiments provides everything you need to turn a humble red cabbage into a spectacular side dish in minutes.
Cooked, chilled chayote squash pairs with creamy avocado and tangy strawberry in an unusual salsa fresca that enhances fish tacos or grilled chicken.
Pack this baby kale and cabbage salad with lots of mix-ins, and toss everything in a lightened-up Greek yogurt dressing. Main dish or side, depending on how much you add to it!
You'll find versions of this seafood chowder throughout Prince Edward Island and Atlantic Canada. It's easy to make at home, with fresh clams from your fish market, and any other seafood you enjoy. Gluten-free, too.
Serve this asparagus, mushroom and goat cheese breakfast casserole for brunch, or for dinner, or for a party. And if you don't have asparagus, use any vegetables in your market.
Use out-of-season cherry tomatoes, available year-round at the supermarket, to make these intensely-flavored burst tomatoes. Perfect for sauces, dips, and bruschetta or pizza.
Don't panic when vegans come for dinner; adapt a traditional West African stew in peanut sauce, with your choice of root vegetables. Rich and "creamy", without any cream!