Tag: stovetop

Marinated Lentils with Spiced Walnuts and Basil

Recipe by Molly Baz in Cook This Book  

Talk about an easy way to flavor your lentils!  The walnut oil is warm and earthy, until you get a hint of sweet from the golden raisins. Finishing this dish with good quality feta and literally lotsa basil balances the dish so it’s not too heavy. I love this even the next day, when the flavors really come together. I’d highly recommend enjoying this as your lunch or mid-afternoon snack.

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Blistered Green Beans with Tomato-Almond Pesto

Recipe courtesy of Bon Appetit

Don’t let memories of overcooked, dull green beans cause you to overlook this absolutely incredible dish. The beans cook quickly in the pan, allowing them to keep their beautiful green color and have a slight crunch with each bite. However, the true star is the tomato-almond pesto. I love this recipe because it makes more pesto than you may need, so save it to put on literally anything else and you’ve immediately elevated that food.

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Beans, Legumes, and Pulses – Oh My!

No matter what you want to call them, they each are a part of our plant food family! Even though beans, legumes, and pulses are used interchangeably, they do have distinct meanings.

Did you know?

A legume refers to the entire plant: leaves, stems, and pods. A pulse is the edible seed that is typically inside the pod, which includes beans, lentils, and peas.

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