Creamy Vegan White Chickpea Chili
This White Chickpea Chili is a vegan twist on the ever popular white chicken chili - loaded with veggies, beans and spices in a creamy salsa verde broth.
Corn, Tomato, and Avocado Chickpea Salad. - Half Baked Harvest
Grab that can of chickpeas from the pantry, fresh cherry tomatoes, sweet corn, refreshing cucumbers, all your favorite herbs, feta cheese, and an avocado. Make a quick shallot vinaigrette…toss it all together, and done.
curried lentils and sweet potatoes
[Note: This dish got some fresh photos in 2020.] Thanksgiving usually marks the end of my yearly fall fanaticism, and the beginning of the inevitable resignation to winter that goes into full-swing…
split pea soup
Here are a few things I know to be true: Split pea soup is never going to win the winter soup Olympics. Its signature hue of mushy pea green will never be prized as fashionable by anyone but the un…
Vegan Coconut Lentil Soup Recipe
This flavorful, hearty, and warming meal come together quickly, and is made up almost exclusively of pantry staples. What's not to like?
One-Pot Gingery Chicken and Rice With Peanut Sauce
We took loose inspiration from Hainanese chicken rice to create this weeknight-friendly dish that retains the comforting and fragrant qualities of the beloved original. Seek out the highest-quality basmati rice you can find (we recommend Daawat brand)—it will make a world of difference in yielding supremely fluffy, evenly cooked rice.
Turmeric Salmon With Coconut Crisp Recipe
The coconut crisp brings texture and heat to this simple stewy dish. Make a double or triple batch and use it as a topping for savory oatmeal, hearty soups, or roasted winter vegetables.
1-Pot Butternut Squash Chili | Minimalist Baker
Incredibly delicious, 1-pot chili with butternut squash, fire-roasted tomatoes, quinoa, and two kinds of beans! Hearty, flavorful, and so easy to make!
Lentil Kielbassoulet Recipe
All the satisfaction of a hearty, rich, bean-based cassoulet with none of the painstaking hours of assembly and cooking. Lentils, which do not require presoaking, sub in for beans, which means the whole thing comes together in a single pot. Be sure to seek out black beluga or French green lentils; they taste great and hold their shape.