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Chunky Vegetable Dal Stew

In our newest attempt to spread our love for the humble lentil, we created a satisfying chunky dal stew. We highly recommend full-fat coconut milk in this one, for the richness it lends. Since you'll only be using 1/2 cup, you can freeze the remainder (or better yet freeze it in two 1/2 cup portions) so that you can pull it out the next time you make this recipe. If you want to pump up the veggies even further, you could add a big handful of spinach or 1/4 cup of green peas in the last ...

Lentil Sloppy Joes

For those of you have never liked lentils before, this might be your ticket in. Try this one on a week night- it is simple, quick and kid-friendly. To amplify your veggie load, try adding avocado and coleslaw on top.

Mapo Tofu and Red Pepper

A play on a traditional Chinese dish, this meal excels in simplicity and flavor. Serve over rice with your favorite fresh herbs and a drizzle of sriracha hot sauce.

Crispy Garlic Herb Chickpeas with Quinoa

With a healthy dose of garlic, plenty of fresh herbs, fiber rich crispy chickpeas and protein loaded quinoa, you might think it doesn't get any better than this. But one day when you are feeling fancy, put a an egg over it. Your welcome.

Crispy Tofu Asian Taco

Who doesn't love a great taco? This one goes Asian, featuring crispy tofu and plenty of veggies. We like to top ours with sliced avocado and a drizzle of hot sauce. Make sure to press the tofu cubes well with a paper or cloth napkin- removing the moisture is key to a crispy exterior.

Thai Squash, Red Pepper and Tofu Curry

To amp up the Thai flavors (and nutrition) try using unrefined coconut oil for this curry. To amplify the effect, use coconut milk- but don't let it limit you. If you don't have an open can sitting around, feel free to use any milk you have in your fridge. This one is hard to screw up! For added heat, throw in some chili flakes or hot sauce, for extra green, try a handful of spinach towards the end of cooking. Great served over rice for a complete meal.

Sweet Potato and Red Pepper Fritters

This dish has got it all: protein, fiber and FLAVOR. One that the whole family will enjoy, make this a full meal by serving it next to a fresh salad. Perfection.

Black Bean Soup

This hearty soup can be left chunky or pureed smooth, both equally delicious. A great way to benefit from the fiber and protein that beans offer, without sacrificing taste.

Mushroom and Red Pepper Fajitas

Who doesn't love fajitas for dinner? This version uses antioxidant-rich vegetables as the star, rounded out with hearty beans to create a simple meal that will fill your belly and your soul. Feel free to add any of your favorite toppings, such as shredded cheese, avocado or salsa. Better yet: make a fajita bar and let your family members create their own plates just as they like it.

Sesame Mushroom Stir-fry

If you enjoy mushrooms you'll love this dish, and if you tend to shy away from them this is a great time to try them.  The confetti colors and combination of flavors will awaken your taste buds and revive your senses! This scrumptious dish provides a wide variety of nutrients and minerals to support your immune system and overall health. Carrots and Bell peppers  are an excellent source of vitamin C and carotenoids. Carotenoids are known to support your immune system, skin, eye ...