For a long time, I always thought frozen vegetables were inferior to fresh. I’d walked quickly past the freezer aisle with my nose in the air because I just assumed if I wanted to eat well, fresh was the only way to go. It turns out, I was all wrong
Does cooking with broccoli cause you to have a major creativity block? You’re not alone! Most recipes tend to feature broccoli covered in cheese, baked in cheese, or pretty much anything else involving cheese. While delicious, it’s good to have some healthy alternatives that make broccoli just as, if not, more delicious.
There are roughly a zillion healthy cookbooks hitting the market every day, and it’s part of our job at Clean Plates to sift through them and bring you some of the best.
The last—and we mean last—thing you need after tackling your to-do list and making dinner on a typical weekday is a sink full of dishes. We’re right there with you. So we gathered up some favorite easy vegetarian dinners you can make in one vessel, be it baking sheet, skillet, pot, what have you, so you can eat, clean up and get busy relaxing for the rest of the night.
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This broccoli salad is best eaten the day of but the good news is you won’t be able to stop yourself from eating the entire thing!
This healthy, hearty vegetarian dinner recipe starring black rice, tempeh, broccoli and kale makes a filling and nutritious meal, with leftovers for lunch. This recipe is from The Clean Plates Cookbook ($20; Running Press) by Jared Koch and Jill Silverman Hough.