This eclectic recipe unites warm plums with cool yogurt, sweet honey with tart lime, local mint with imported cumin, and, perhaps, you with a new favorite dessert.
An Indian condiment made with yogurt, a "raita" can be used as a sauce, dip or dressing. This tasty plum, pecan and baby-greens salad is doubly dressed-with both a spicy raita and a plum dressing.
Brown rice fusilli can be a fantastic, whole-grain and gluten-free substitute for traditional pasta, especially when bearing the right sauce, like this remarkably tasty pumpkin seed and spinach pesto.
Here in New Hampshire, fall comes early in the form of cool September nights. That means soup season starts gloriously here-with late-summer vegetables still available and the requisite chill in the air to make warm soup just the perfect food. When a late-summer night has you closing a window to keep the chill out, try this delicious, gluten-free, late-summer soup.
The fontina, an easy melting cheese, combined with yogurt makes the filling incredibly rich and creamy. Fontina is a rich cheese, the tartness of the yogurt creates the perfect balance, of course you can also substitute with mozzarella or mild cheddar cheese if you prefer. Chile relleno is usually fried and filled with pork, this is a lighter version that's been baked and stuffed with shrimp.