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beans and legumes, the alternative choice for meat.
Bean and Mushroom Casserole
A healthier version of the classic
and holiday favorite bean casserole.
Salad with White Beans
This healthful combination of
eggs, white beans and olives has a deliciously Mediterranean
flavor and tastes great on whole-wheat toast with romaine lettuce.
Beans with Tomatoes
This is easy to do in summer
when fresh vegetables and fruits are abundant.
with Red Beans
Skillet dinners like this Mexican-style
Chicken with Red Beans has been another good-tasting, efficient
way to eat more legumes.
An alternative to the old fashioned
way of baking beans. Takes a mere 30 minutes and tastes nearly
with the Mung Bean the Ayurvedic Way
When cooked with appropriate
herbs and spices, mung beans are balancing for all the doshas.
Tomato, Green and Yellow Bean Salad
Sometimes, I serve this salad
on a platter lined with lettuce leaves, bathing them in the tangy
dressing that collects in the bottom of the mixing bowl.
and Black Beans with Pineapple
This Caribbean-inspired meatless
dish features brown jasmine rice. It goes perfectly with the
black beans and the tropical flavors of the pineapple, ginger
This meatless dish is made with
refried beans and grilled veggies, they taste as good as those
made with steak.
Macaroni and Bean Salad
This salad is perfect for casual
group occasions and outdoor dining.
with Carrots, Onions and Turkey
This recipe is perfect for using
up any leftovers you might have on hand.
Cod with Chickpeas
This recipe pairs cod with chickpeas
in a highly seasoned tomato sauce to create an unexpected and