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Healthy Baked Beans Recipe

To make the perfect dish of baked beans, it's best to use navy beans, one of nature's best sources of healthy protein and folate. Navy beans are also rich in a number of minerals, including iron, magnesium, copper, and manganese. Read more about Healthy Baked Beans Recipe

 

Dilled Potato Salad Recipe

This healthy and highly satisfying potato salad gets better as the potatoes and crunchy vegetables marinate in the accompanying aromatic and tangy dressing, making this dish a great choice to pack for lunch or a picnic.

Be sure to give the new potatoes a good scrub and to include the potato skins for their valuable nutrients. Read more about Dilled Potato Salad Recipe

 

Classic Caponata Recipe

This simple and classic Sicilian caponata recipe features eggplant, one of the most phytonutrient-rich vegetables that we know of. Eggplants are naturally abundant in groups of phytonutrients (terpenes and phenolics) that are particularly good for promoting a healthy cardiovascular system. Read more about Classic Caponata Recipe

 

Healthy Falafel Pita Recipe

Updated on April 7, 2009

If you're ever in Toronto and want to experience the best falafels ever, be sure to visit a little cafe called Tov-Li, located on Bathurst, halfway between Steeles and Finch.

The secret to mouthwatering falafel pitas is a rich, creamy tahini dressing - be sure to make some along with this recipe, and don't be shy in dolloping it on before devouring these healthy falafels. Read more about Healthy Falafel Pita Recipe

 

Margaret's Moroccan Delight Recipe

This is an ultra simple and delicious Moroccan dish that my wife Margaret learned a few years ago. It's rich in a number of nutrients, including healthy protein, fatty acids, and fiber.

If you have access to ripe avocados, be sure to include some on the side, as avocados combine beautifully with chickpeas and fresh lemon. Read more about Margaret's Moroccan Delight Recipe

 

Coconut Curry Recipe

If you're a fan of coconut and curry flavors, you'll love this rich sauce, perfect for serving with rice, quinoa, or even a plate of steamed vegetables.

Rich in healthy fatty acids and a number of phytonutrient-rich spices, this healthy dish is one that gets better with each passing day, so consider making more than you can eat at one sitting and refrigerating leftovers. Read more about Coconut Curry Recipe

 

Sweet and Sour Cabbage and Beans Recipe

This is a delightful recipe that some friends shared with us several years ago. It provides a perfect blend of sweet and savory flavors, and pairs beautifully with freshly cooked rice, quinoa, or any other grain dish.

Rich in healthy protein and a variety of cancer-fighting phytonutrients, this is one dish that even the pickiest of eaters tend to gobble up. Read more about Sweet and Sour Cabbage and Beans Recipe

 

Lentil Chili Recipe

If you love the rich and distinctive flavors of chili but aren't a fan of kidney beans, this lentil chili recipe is worth a serious look.

Rich in healthy protein, iron, lycopene, fiber, and a number of other health-promoting nutrients, this bean-less chili gets better with each passing day, so consider making a little extra and refrigerating or freezing leftovers. Read more about Lentil Chili Recipe

 

Roasted Fennel with Chickpeas Recipe

Raw fennel has a mild licorice-like fragrance, but when roasted, fennel becomes sweet and crisp and the licorice aroma is barely noticeable, if at all. Rich in vitamin C and fiber, roasted fennel bulbs provide nice texture alongside chickpeas and oranges. Read more about Roasted Fennel with Chickpeas Recipe

 

Healthy Pancake Recipe

The other night, I finished re-reading one of my favorite books - Me and My Dad: A Baseball Memoir, by Paul O'Neill. The book ends with a pancake recipe from the O'Neill family, one that really got my salivary glands going for a short stack of freshly made pancakes with real maple syrup. Read more about Healthy Pancake Recipe

 

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