Warming spices bring a little intrigue to everyday ground beef in this Mediterranean-inflected dinner that you’re gonna wanna put on repeat.
Authentic lamb meatballs like you’d get in a Middle Eastern restaurant that are easy to make at home yet really quite hard to resist.
Gorgeously spiced and juicy lamb meatballs are easier to prepare than you’d think. And when served with a creamy harissa yogurt sauce, they’re even easier to eat.
We like this recipe because it’s both kid-friendly and kid-chef-friendly. But it doesn’t taste like it, we promise…even the adults will clamor for more. Did we mention barely any cleanup?
This unsuspecting side of caramelized broccoli and its tangy, spicy, sweetly enticing vibe is exactly what you need when you crave something unexpectedly and unobtrusively healthy.
An updated Italian classic made with all the usual suspects along with an unexpected drizzle of pesto that turns a frugal veggie-bin catch-all into something truly astounding.
This kabocha squash and black rice combo could impress with its stunning looks alone but takes extra merits for being layered with Middle Eastern flavors galore.
The familiar pita bread but made with whole grain flour and sourdough starter. Still puffs. Still amazes. In looks as well as taste.
An entire meal on a sheet pan. That pretty sums up this weeknight meal that’s short on fuss and long on Greek-inspired flavor and is actually healthy yet doesn’t taste like it.
“To call this silken tofu ‘magical’ would be an understatement.” and “Umami party for sure in your mouth!” and “My boyfriend, who dislikes tofu, ate most of it.” That’s what we’re hearing about this stunner.