Gruyère and caramelized onions are the perfect duo in this satisfying sandwich. Have it as a snack or make it a meal with some soup on the side. This is also tasty made with Swiss, Fontina, or Cheddar cheeses.*
As striking in color as it is in flavor, this verdant first course is both refreshing and comforting at the same time. Silken tofu adds depth and body to this puréed asparagus soup. Enjoy this on a brisk afternoon for a quick and light lunch or as a prelude to a fish or pasta dish.
Turn this chicken stir fry into a complete and healthy protein-packed meal with a little bit of brown or wild rice on the side. Crisp-tender broccoli and chopped cashews lend a distinctive crunch to this fried chicken recipe.
In Thailand, kabocha squash is popular in many restaurant and home kitchens. Here, it can still be a little hard to find, so this recipe was created with butternut squash and the flavors of Thai cuisine in mind, but easily accessible ingredients. It must be said, however, that this is a thick soup. If you prefer a thinner soup, add one to two tablespoons of warm water or broth to each portion before serving.