Warm up your plate—and your wallet, with these healthy meatless meals using winter veggies!
Whether you’re trying to be more frugal, healthier, or just eat more seasonally, winter root vegetables are a tasty way to fill up your meal plan. Give these delicious recipes using cabbage, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, beets, fennel and more try!
Listen to this great GD Foodie-Philes podcast with Diana Rice, Registered Dietitian for Meatless Monday, then read on for the recipes…
Give Farro a shot with this heart-healthy salad packed with delicious whole grains. For a different flavor, substitute packaged broccoli slaw for the cabbage. This recipe comes to us from our friends at Oldways and appears in the new resource, The Oldways 4-Week Vegetarian & Vegan Diet Menu Plan.
Black beans and sweet potatoes are a perfect pair and this taco recipe amps up their flavor with mushrooms, avocados and high-impact seasonings like chipotle powder and bitter orange marinade (often found in the international aisle). This recipe comes to us from Maribel of Food 4 Thought NYC.
[yumprint-recipe id=’74’]Tofu and cauliflower are the perfect blank canvas to carry the Indian flavors of mustard seeds, ginger, curry powder and cayenne pepper. Chickpeas bring their protein and hearty mouth feel to this one pot wonder. This recipe comes to us from Joy Bauer of JoyBauer.com.
[yumprint-recipe id=’75’]If you’ve ever arrived home from the market with an abundant haul of winter veggies but no particular inspiration about what to do with them, this is the recipe for you. Prepared simply with olive oil, salt and pepper, it’s adaptable to whatever winter produce you may have on hand and provides a excellent reason to move veggies to the center of your plate, even in winter! This recipe comes to us from registered dietitian Maria of Bean A Foodie.
Listen to the latest Green Divas Foodie-Philes podcast for more yummy ideas…
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