Sunny Side-Up Skillet With Spring Vegetable Hash
Make a hash with tender new potatoes, pungent spring garlic, and sweet peas. Then, top your vibrant vegetable base with farm fresh eggs for a sunny side up morning fix.
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Wild Mushroom Fall Vegetable Farro Risotto
Warm up this fall with an earthy blend of wild mushrooms and farro. Created by chef Marvin Woods on behalf of the National Dairy Council, this dish is delicious and filling. And, it uses Parmesan cheese, which is naturally low in lactose, so even those with lactose intolerance can enjoy. Click here for more of our best risotto recipes.
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Slow Cooker Meatballs
Because of all the extra veggies, the sauce is light but savory, with just enough cream (or coconut cream) to make it extra satisfying. You could serve these on their own, with rice, or over pasta, but I love to spoon these slow-cooker meatballs over simple zucchini noodles (learn how to make zoodles here), using up the abundance of summer squash and adding some extra lightness to this dish on a hot day. — Emily of Holistic Squid Click here for more recipes from the Holistic Squid. Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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This dish is based on a similar cold one that my mom used to make in the summers with sesame oil.
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Perfect Peanut Whole-Wheat Pasta with Chicken and Vegetables
Looking for an easy, balanced meal that's easy on the budget? Try this pasta recipe that's a complete meal in a bowl, with whole-grain carbohydrates from the pasta, protein from lean chicken breast, and plenty of fiber, vitamins, and minerals from the vegetables. Click here to see 15 Easy 15-Minute Pasta Recipes.
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Spicy Thai Peanut Vegetable Curry Noodles
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Any easy coconut milk-based curry dish that’s ready to eat in less than 30 minutes. This vegan meal is made filling with ingredients like cubed tofu and sweet potatoes. Recipe courtesy of Nasoya.
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Cinnamon-Scented Millet with Grilled Summer Vegetables
If you're a fan of couscous, then you might like this healthy summer vegetable whole-grain pilaf. Millet is a grain that cooks up nice and dry like couscous but with a chewier texture. Many historians point to its origins in China, where millet was used to make flour for noodles. Unlike many whole grains, millet cooks quickly, in 20 minutes or less. The dressing for this recipe has a touch of honey in it; it's not cloying or candy-like in its flavors as honey-based dressings can sometimes become. Instead, it delivers a subtle sweetness to the pilaf that doesn't mask the naturally smoky flavor of the grilled vegetables. Click here to see Quinoa and Beyond: 7 Great Recipes.
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Japchae
Japchae literally translated means "mixed vegetables." But the main ingredient of this classic dish is Korean sweet potato starch noodles (dangmyeon), also known as glass noodles. The chewy and springy noodles are well balanced with thin strips of cooked vegetables (typically carrots, spinach, onions, shiitake mushrooms, cucumbers, and bell peppers) and beef. All of the ingredients, separately cooked to develop the layers of flavor, are combined at the end into a delicious and colorful dish. This classic method is what makes this dish special and a Korean favorite for special occasions and traditional holidays. Serve it as a first course or side dish or over a bed of rice to make it a main dish. Click here to see Celebrate the Korean New Year.
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Soupe au Pistou
This healthy, hearty, French-inspired soup is a perfect meal to satisfy and please the whole family.This recipe is courtesy of Jamie Oliver.
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Pea Soup
A touch of pesto adds a bright note to this delicious French-inspired soup. Swirl it in at the end for the most flavor.  Click here to see more recipes from WeightWatchers.com. Click here to see 10 Great Dishes to Make with Frozen Vegetables
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Grilled Vegetable Napoleons with Spicy Scallion Vinaigrette
Whenever we think of Asian ingredients like bok choy, we tend to think of Asian recipes. But, I was actually interested in something quite different. I had two goals in mind — to create a completely original main course with bok choy, and to see what would happen if I grilled this lovely green veggie. That’s how this main course came to be. Red peppers, zucchini, balsamic-glazed tofu, shiitake mushrooms, and baby bok choy are grilled before being assembled in cheerful napoleons. The succulent morsels are then drizzled with a spicy scallion vinaigrette, adding a dose of heat as well as zingy, green scallion flavors. A hearty and protein-filled main course, these grilled vegetable napoleons pack a lot of flavor in every bite — smoky, deep, spicy, robust, crunchy, it’s a carnival for the taste buds! Best of all, it’s a super healthy dish… Time to fire up the grill! See all appetizer recipes. Click here to see A Vegetarian Grilling Menu.
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Slow Cooker Beef and Vegetable Stew
This traditional Jewish dish is also known as tzimmes. Its super easy to make with the help of a slow cooker. Sweetened with honey, sweet potatoes, and prunes, it’s a hale and hearty comfort food sure to ward off the cold weather blues.  Click here to see 10 Great Dishes to Make with Frozen Vegetables
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