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Are your pants feeling a little snug after your Thanksgiving feast? Mine too. Here are a few healthy and delicious recipes to get us back on track until the next holiday splurge.
I make this hearty lentil salad when I get fed up with hasty on-the-go lunches and am craving something wholesome. It’s made with French green lentils, which are ideal for salads because they hold their shape when cooked.
These crispy chips are made from one of the healthiest vegetables on the planet. They’re salty, sweet, and spicy with added crunch from sesame seeds.
In this quick and easy recipe, grated cauliflower is sautéed with aromatics, vegetables, soy sauce, and eggs, like Chinese-style fried rice. It’s a healthy, low-carb dish that’s hearty enough to serve as a main course.
This dish is similar to Larb Gai, the Thai dish made from minced chicken, fish sauce, lime juice, chilies, and fresh herbs. The combination of sweet, salty, tangy and spicy flavors makes it highly addictive. Bonus: it’s ready in 30 minutes.
If you’re in need of a little pick-me-up, this soul-satisfying soup is just the ticket. Not only is it vegetarian and healthy, it’s ready in just 30 minutes (yet tastes like you spent all day in the kitchen).
These energy bites are the type of wholesome treat that you can feel good about giving to your family. Finely chopped dates lend a little natural sweetness and fiber, and their stickiness helps bind the balls together.
Served over sushi rice and loaded with your favorite toppings, tuna poke makes a healthy and delicious dinner.
Salad as a meal is a great way to hit “reset” after the holidays. This bright, spicy Southeast-Asian style salad can be made with leftover or rotisserie chicken.
This Thai-style butternut squash soup is soothing and flavorful, and the heat from the ginger and spices will warm you right up. Add a scoop of jasmine rice and it’s a satisfying main course.