Protein-rich quinoa is tossed with corn, cabbage, peppers, and scallions then drizzled with a kicky ancho-lime dressing. Serve this recipe as a side dish, or add it to your favorite lettuce greens or spring mix for an entree.
What makes this coleslaw so appealing is the sweet and tart flavor from the apples that adds a complexity and crunch when paired with the caramelized onion vinaigrette. Apples are high in fiber, vitamin C and antioxidants. This dish also gives you some extra servings of fruits and veggies, which will help give you energy to get you through your day.
Experiment with different ingredients to kick a traditional slaw into high gear. High in fiber and essential vitamins, this recipe includes dried apricots and Brussels sprouts—another cabbage cousin! It’s all tossed in a light and flavorful Dijon mustard vinaigrette.
Not everyone is a fan of the cabbage-only slaw, and that’s A-OK. This recipe goes beyond the usual green and purple stuff and makes some room for cabbage’s crispy (and crazy popular) cousin, kale. You’ve likely heard it called a superfood and all for good reason. Kale has a phenomenal nutrition profile with one cup providing 684% of the FDA Daily Value (DV) for vitamin K, 134% of the DV of vitamin C, and 206% of the DV of vitamin A, in addition to many other vitamins and nutrients. In this Tangy Kale Slaw, we combine kale with red cabbage, carrots and green onions tossed in a honey-lime vinaigrette for a flavorful finish with just the right amount of zing.
Stuck with a few leftover hardboiled eggs? Try Aramark Chef Stacy Wiroll’s twist on the classic egg salad. Swap mayo with avocado for healthy fats and fuller flavor.
Say goodbye to traditional pasta and hello to this seafood sensation. Tossed in a roasted garlic-lemon broth, there’s also a peppery kick.
What could be simpler? If your grill is hot, you could be less than 15 minutes away from chowing down on these smoky eggplant slices.