Turmeric, that warm, bitter spice with a golden color, is a common ingredient in curry dishes, mustards and cheeses. Aside from its place in some of our favorite meals, the spice is renowned the world over for its health benefits.
As much as we’d all love to serve our families from-scratch meals seven days a week, life happens and that isn’t always possible. So what can you do? By utilizing frozen foods, you can make quick, convenient and easy dinners at home.
Walk into nearly any American supermarket and you're likely to find yucca sitting near the potatoes in the produce section, Asian dumplings in the frozen-food case or wasabi-ginger dressing shelved next to ranch dressing. It's a noticeable change from grocery stores' not-too-distant past.
Sometimes it’s so fun to bend the rules. While having cookies first thing in the a.m. may not sound like a recommendation from registered dietitians, this recipe delivers both a tasty and nutritious result.
This burger is the perfect game-watch meal during #NCAA#MarchMadness ! (Or whenever, really!) Get a bit of spicy plus sweet bell peppers and crunchy water chestnuts... it's the perfect combo! #recipe#burgers
What better way to add variety than to change up the spices we use? These protein and fiber-rich Sriracha Black Bean Burgers are full of flavor from green onions, sweet bell peppers, crunchy water chestnuts, and a mix of spices.