Have you wanted to try making Indian food but were too intimidated by the laundry list of spices? Try this easy, lightened-up yet flavorful version of Chicken Korma, a subtly-spiced dish combining chicken, spices, and yogurt, which introduces you to the flavors of the subcontinent from the comfort of your kitchen.
Roasted Acorn Squash Stuffed Shells is a perfect in season meal for a fall/winter night. When you gather acorn squash from your garden or farmers market take it home, roast, puree and place in baggies until you are ready to use. Makes its easier for those busy weeknights.
This scrumptious dish and side dish offer a sophisticated complexity of sweet and spicy tastes, the hearty nutrition of meat, fruit, vegetables and dairy, and no gluten.
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.
Unless you make Beef Stroganoff regularly, you generally assume it's a complicated dish that takes a lot of time. Not so: you can make it from start to finish in less than half an hour. It's traditionally served over egg noodles but in my house we accompany it with brown rice.
It's usually a weekend when I find a little extra time for making something more than an ordinary ham sandwich for lunch. This sandwich is a rich and delicious complexity of hearty, fruity and nutty flavors. Be sure to use a fresh, hearty bread. -Meg
Here's a turkey sandwich with a twist: a creamy and spicy chili sauce. Do something new with those turkey leftovers!