Anadama BreadThe traditional use of cornmeal with molasses makes this Early American bread a favorite.Asian Broccoli Super SlawThis slaw has a super tangy dressing and super-nutritious fresh veggies (plus peanut butter!). You might want to go easy on the garlic and ginger, starting with a little less and tasting as you add more.Avocado Banana SmoothieThis is not only satisfying, but it’s a smart way to use avocado. Great for breakfast, but you can enjoy it throughout the day!Avocado ToastVegetarians have enjoyed avocado on toast for decades, and now this open-faced sandwich is super trendy. Bursting with health benefits, this quick presentation is easy to make, and oh, so good!Baked Stuffed MushroomsGuests will love these sizzling-hot mushrooms mounded high with our savory filling.Banana BreadThe marvelous flavor of banana permeates this popular cake-like loaf. Spread with cream cheese, fruit butter, or nut butter for a teatime treat or to enjoy any time of the day.Barbecued Tofu StripsThe sweet and pungent sauce bakes deeply into the tofu strip, creating a delectable appetizer.Barley and Veggie SoupA steaming bowlful of this wholesome, old-fashioned soup is always welcome. The addition of
tofu, optional in this recipe, will pump up the amount of protein in each serving.Basic OmeletHere tofu is transformed into a remarkable eggless omelet. Low in cholesterol and easy to
prepare, this omelet is delicious with any of our tasty fillings.BBQ JackfruitFrom India to North America, jackfruit lends itself to countless variations. Here, vegan chef Acooba Scott offers a satisfying filling for a meal. Go as spicy or smoky as you like!Black-Eyed PeasTarina Dhanani created this flavorful recipe that you can enjoy year-round. Black-eyed peas are considered good luck in the southern United States when eaten at New Year’s. Certainly, this dish will bring you luck when shared with friends and family. Bulgur PilafPilaf doesn’t always mean rice. Try this bulgur recipe for a tempting alternative!