This crowd-pleasing broccoli salad is a no-cook side dish that could also function as lunch or dinner. Drizzled on top of the fresh, crunchy broccoli is a creamy peanut sauce that adds the perfect amount of sweetness and salty flavor. That’s not all. The salad also has a underlying flavor of coconut, a tangy bite of fresh lime, salty notes of soy sauce, and the most perfect pow of spicy ginger and sriracha that warm your throat as you munch through crisp broccoli, water chestnuts, and crispy roasted peanuts. It’s quick, easy, gluten-free, and vegan with a paleo option!
What is more filling than potatoes? And what packs more Southwestern flavor than Ro-Tel Diced Tomatoes and Green Chilies? Nothing and no one. So, giddyup! After gobbling up these flavor-loaded taters, you’ll feel like riding in a rodeo! (Editor’s Note:… Read more
Now that summer has arrived my favorite quick-cooking grain to eat is quinoa. We use seasonal summer produce to make this salad nutrient-packed! This Mexican-inspired quinoa dish uses both regular and red quinoa for added texture and beauty. If you… Read more
This bohemian summer salad is the perfect meal to cool off with on a hot summer day; it’s light, filling, and fresh. The assorted greens are augmented with crisp radishes, crunchy nuts, ripe berries, creamy avocado, and a sweet and tangy honey mustard dressing then, the whole thing is topped off with a tender ear of grilled corn.