Recipes Tagged 'Tomatoes'

Recipe and photo courtesy of the Peanut Insitute

Packed with protein, this traditional West African soup uses peanut butter to flavor sweet potatoes...

Recipe and photo courtesy of Bella Sun Luci

With few ingredients, this soup is incredibly simple to make. Most of the flavor comes from the sun...

Recipe and photo courtesy of the American Pulse Association

Similar to an omelet, a frittata is an egg-based dish perfect for showcasing a variety of...

Recipe and photo courtesy of the U.S. Potato Board.

Potatoes - mashed, baked, or scalloped - are a holiday staple, evoking memories of wonderful...

Oldways recipe and photo.

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This thick pumpkin seed dip is a unique and delicous alternative to guacamole or hummus. Toasted...

Recipe from Olives, Lemons & Za’atar by Rawia Bishara. Photo: fotolia.com

This hearty vegetarian stew is loaded with Middle Eastern spices, and it tastes even better the...

Inspired by Fausto Luchetti. Oldways photo.

This salad is quintessential Mediterranean diet: simple, clean, fresh, healthy, and tasty. It takes...

Recipe adapted from Claudia Roden.

Salmorejo is more filling than gazpacho, with added bread, and extremely tasty thanks to extra...
Ratatouille is a classic dish that differs at the hand of every cook. It is the recipe of choice...

Recipe and photo courtesy of The Peanut Institute.

This protein-packed meatless entrée is perfect (and impressive looking!) for lunch or on a...

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