This stroganoff has a nice healthy spin! We have it creamy using sour cream and kefir, and instead of classic noodles, we have it with nutrient rich "noodles" - what more do we need to say? We use "zoodles" in this recipe, but feel free to use spaghetti squash or any noodles your prefer - or try using mashed cauli. If you end up with extra sauce, you can freeze or whip up more zoodles to soak the goodness up. London broil is a less expensive piece of meat which cooks up well when cooked in recipes like this. Feel free to use any steak cut you prefer.
After ditching the buns a while back, we have a whole new appreciation for how delicious and easy burger night can be. A burger is an amazing vessel to load with fresh produce and toppings. Here is a great spin on a classic lettuce wrapped burger and fry combo. Feel free to get creative with any toppings you like.
Soaking your mushrooms in balsamic vinegar releases a bit more earthiness, while the sweetness of balsamic balances it out in a fun twist with this mushroom salad recipe. This is a great dish for summer parties or as a snack between meals, with the extra nutrition of the garbanzo beans (fiber, protein, antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, manganese, and iron) helping keep you feel full and satisfied.
A nice cool rain or frosty winter afternoon are perfect for this heart warming cozy soup. It's simple, yet tasty, and comes together quickly (then simmers on the stove for an hour to really meld the flavors together), what's not to love?