This rich, flavorful mushroom sauce takes just six ingredients and fifteen minutes to make. Use it as a spread for my Asparagus-Mushroom Crostini or other snacks, as a dip for veggies or chips, and as a sauce for pasta. Using organic ingredients, Rich Mushroom Sauce costs just $5.26 a recipe or 38 cents for a […]
Make this quick and bright salad in less than ten minutes. It has only four or five ingredients, no added fat, and loads of nutrition. Raisins and balsamic vinegar add sweetness without sugar, so even kids and meat-and-potato men will eat—and enjoy!—their vegetables. Fast enough for a weeknight dinner, festive enough for Easter brunch. The […]
Use kasha in place of rice or quinoa, especially when your meal has a Russian theme. I love the nutty flavor and the speed. Cook up a pot full of toasty whole grains in under 20 minutes. Kasha’s alias is buckwheat groats. Groats are cereal grains milled to remove the hull but keep the healthy bran, germ, […]
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Use broccoli stems to make a creamy soup with an Asian tang. This Something-For-Nothing recipe is thick and fluffy, with balanced notes of orange and ginger. I’d be happy to get a bowl of this broccoli soup at a restaurant, yet its main ingredient usually winds up in the trash! You can make it in […]
I made this fragrant French bean stew for my garden club last weekend for just $2.15 a serving. The pale green beans hold their shape while cooking. The final flavor layer comes from fresh herbs, including rosemary from my garden.