Roasted Cauliflower "Rice"
Cauliflower rice is a great low-calorie dish to have in your arsenal especially if you are eating low-carb. Super low in carbs, yet such a satisfying dish you will forget it's made from a vegetable and not a grain. There are two reasons I opted for roasted riced cauliflower in place of sauteed: 1) more flavor and 2) better texture.
Black Bean, Corn, and Quinoa Salad
This is a wonderful Southwestern style salad that is quick and easy to make.
Instant Pot® Chicken and Farro Soup
Chicken, farro, and a few pantry staples makes this a great meal. The farro will retain some bite when cooked.
Air Fryer Tajin® Sweet Potato Fries
Tajin® with its chili-lime-salt flavor is a popular seasoning in Mexico. Pairing it with sweet potatoes gives you a warm, aromatic, and unique kick of flavor. And the tangy dipping sauce just takes these fries over the top!
Vegan Tortilla Soup
This is an authentic Mexican tortilla soup made with only a few basic ingredients: corn tortillas, tomatoes, and guajillo chile in a vegetable stock base. Enjoy this basic vegan recipe that is both easy and delicious. Garnish with baked corn tortilla strips.
Honey Sesame Chicken
Skip ordering takeout and prepare this easy, Asian-inspired honey sesame chicken that's deep-fried and smothered in a sweet and zesty sauce. Garnish with thinly sliced green onions, if desired.
Air Fryer Mushrooms
Transform your mushrooms from ho-hum to tasty with just a few basic ingredients.
Air Fryer Brussels Sprouts
Sweet and tart balsamic vinegar pairs well with the bitterness of Brussels sprouts; the bacon adds a smokey flavor. After 10 minutes, there's still some bite to the sprouts; add a few more minutes for a softer texture, if desired.
Air Fryer Garlic and Parsley Baby Potatoes
These are very similar to roasted potatoes, crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Enjoy!
Sheet Pan Sweet and Sour Chicken
Inspired by the flavors of our favorite Asian takeout, here's a recipe that uses canned pineapple tidbits, with the usual veggies. In order to make it sheet-pan friendly, the chicken is not breaded or fried. Add as much of the delicious sauce as you like, and if there is any left, store the sauce in the fridge in a sealed container, up to one week. It's also a great dipping sauce for Asian-style appetizers. Serve over hot steamed rice.