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For this healthy coleslaw recipe with Asian flavors, Napa cabbage combines with green onions, a gingery rice-vinegar dressing, and chopped toasted peanuts. You can make the slaw 2 hours ahead, then cover and refrigerate. Re-toss before serving.
Adapted from Epicurious
1Combine cabbage and green onions in large bowl.
2Add vinegar, peanut oil, ginger, sesame oil, and sugar and toss to blend. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
Canned sardines rarely get their due. They’re convenient, sustainable, and healthy — and when used correctly, delicious! Guillermo visited Chef George Mendes at his Michelin Star Restaurant Aldea for a lesson in how to elevate these under-appreciated fish. Watch and learn as he creates an easy yet sophisticated dish that celebrates his mother's home cooking and his Portuguese heritage.
Kimchi has conquered the world! Most people know this popular Korean side dish as fermented cabbage, but the truth is you can kimchi pretty much any vegetable and fruit.
Food explorers seek it at restaurants and/or specialty stores. This fermented delicacy is an immune-system boosting probiotic food, that includes "healthy bacteria".
In the season finale of CHOW-TO, Atoboy's chef de cuisine YeongSoo Lee teaches Guillermo the basics on how to make the Korean staple.
There is not one right recipe, here we learn the principles, and the idea is to make it your own. Kimchi is so customizable, that traditional Napa cabbage is just the start. YeongSoo shows us a couple of other variations for inspiration. Move over pickles, time to do some fermenting at home.
This healthy and delicious salad pairs kale with tender roasted butternut squash and red onions, plus a rich tahini dressing and crunchy toasted pine nuts. It's a great holiday side dish, and leftovers make a hearty lunch. Get the recipe.
This Moroccan spiced root vegetable stew with parsnips and squash (or sweet potatoes) is hearty, healthy, and delicious, not to mention easy to make in the slow cooker. If you use vegetable broth, it's also a great vegan meal. Read more.
These oven-roasted chickpeas are not only crunchy and spicy, but also tasty and healthy. Toss them with a little olive oil and spices, then throw them right into the oven for a quick and easy afternoon snack. Read more.