With ground turkey, Roma tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, and green beans, this one-dish meal represents one of America’s favorites. This delectable salad has a variety of tasty ingredients such as tuna, turkey, ham, and lots of veggies.
This traditional dish from Spain combines orzo and chicken breast with onion, tomato sauce and green beans, seasoned with garlic, bay leaves and oregano. Better than Chinese take-out and much healthier too, this Zone chicken stir-fry is tasty and filling with all the different vegetables in the mix.
The roasted Brussels sprouts with smoked paprika make this pasta dish satisfying and delicious. Layering sole on the leaks while baking allows flavors to rise through, while wine, garlic, shallots and dill on top provides sweetness in each bite.
Follow the zonefoodrecipes Instagram account to receive updates on new recipes. These cheesy grilled plenty slices taste great with a bit of pesto and ham.
I've made 16 blocks of plenty in one baking tin, 4 times this recipe. Super easy noodle dish with (veggie) chicken, Brussels sprouts and some sesame seeds.
Combined with some gnocchi, bacon strips, sundries tomatoes and goat cheese makes for a very tasty dish. The pear and honey add some sweetness to the bitter chicory.
In Holland 5 December we celebrate the birthday of Interlays, a sort of Santa Claus, and we love to eat Evernote and kruidnoten. Not as sweet as the sugary ones in the store, but I think it's a delicious zone proof alternative.
Natural apple and orange juice with nutty almond flavoring makes this milkshake a perfect breakfast treat. Fresh lime, sparkling orange flavor, a pinch of sweet and a salt rim energizes all your taste buds.
The peach nectar coupled with fresh berries is tasty and fun for adults and kids alike. Peaches, protein powder, almond butter, soy milk and a hint of mint whip into this delicious smoothie in minutes.
Strawberries and almonds blended with yogurt make for a cool and healthy summer treat on a hot day. Strawberries and blueberries topped with whipped ricotta cheese, lemon juice, vanilla, and crushed walnuts make for a sweet treat without the calories.
As if blackberries and zesty lemon aren’t enough, add in juicy shrimp for the perfect trifecta of sweet, sour and salty. These tiny cabbages compliment the black bean garlic sauce, and the red pepper flakes give the dish an extra kick.
The cacao powder mixed into the yogurt make this strawberry and almond blend taste like a chocolate sundae. Cauliflower replaces rice in a Cajun dish which gets its color from Chili powder and cumin spices, mixed with green and red bell pepper, onions and celery.
This perfect pairing bursts of favor and couldn’t be simpler: a stick of Colby Jack cheese, coupled with a plum. An anti-inflammatory diet emphasizes foods that are high in antioxidants, monounsaturated fats, and omega-3 fatty acids, all of which reportedly help reduce inflammation.
Choosing lean meats and low-fat dairy products keeps saturated fat levels down. Certain spices, such as garlic, turmeric, ginger, and chili peppers, also have potent inflammation-reducing abilities, so anti-inflammatory recipes are often inflected with Indian, Asian, and Latin flavors.
You'll still build balanced meals and snacks using the plan's concept of Zone blocks” (each block is made up of mini-blocks of protein, carbs, and fat), but there's a heightened emphasis on fish, veggies, berries, olive oil, almonds, avocado, and spices. Celebrity dermatologist Nicholas Hurricane promises that an anti-inflammatory diet will give you smoother, younger-looking skin in addition to a svelte physique.
When you're tired of ginger-glazed salmon and broccoli, expand your repertoire with other types of fish, meats, fruits, vegetables, grains, and spices. (Editor's note: The author of this story, Monica Range, also wrote The Inflammation Free Diet Plan.
Quick-cooking, easy to store, and oh-so-delicious, the humble sweet potato is a nutritionally rich, colorful, extremely handy vegetable to keep around. As the weather cools down, casserole season is officially heating up.
Unlike the fatty, sodium-packed casseroles of yesteryear, these whole-food, plant-based creations… Keep both your belly and your wallet full of these budget-friendly, family-sized main dishes.
Whether it’s in the simplicity of a blend-and-pour recipe or the exertion of a kneading marathon, many people find peace through baking…. Versatile, satisfying, and simple to make, hummus is an ace in the plant-eater’s deck.
Ripe and overripe bananas are a superhero of whole-food, plant-based baking, … Mexican cuisine has a tradition of hearty ingredients, intense flavors, and festive flair.
On busy weeknights, 30-minute meals are all that many of us have time to make. Cooking with kids, and showing them how to prepare healthy and delicious whole-food, plant-based meals, has so many benefits.
Sides and salads are a great way to add fruits and vegetables to meals. SNAP-Ed nutrition education helps people find ways to add more veggies to their meals.
Snacks are the perfect time to add extra fruits and veggies into your day. SNAP-Ed programs teach fun ways to include fruits and veggies into snacks.