Mango, Corn, and Black Bean Salsa
My neighbor introduced me to this cool dish that can stand alone as an easy side dish or tastes great with chicken made up as fajitas. This is a recipe that can be altered to use up other fruits you have on hand. I have used a mix of mangoes and peaches to make this, and it would probably taste great with pineapple or other tart fruits, but if you like mangoes as much as I do, you will want to let that flavor dominate. Optional to chill before serving.
Orange, Honey and Soy Chicken
This is a lovely sweet-and-sticky meal without the guilt the family whole family will enjoy. If you are cooking with rice or another side that takes awhile to cook, prepare that first.
Meyer Lemon Avocado Toast
I like to use this recipe when I have a ripe avocado that I don't want to waste. It is absolutely delicious and a wonderful source of fiber and fatty acids. Feel free to get creative with the ingredients! Substitute cilantro with mint or parsley, or chia seeds with sesame or poppy seeds.
Tomato Cucumber Kachumbar
Kachumbar is an Indian-style salad that is served on top of curry. Fresh herbs and lemon add a tangy crunch that lightens even the most intense gravies.
Paleo Chicken Stew
I made this recipe up when I started eating paleo. I have now found it to be a staple in our home!
Brandied Cherry Clafouti
A warm French custard with brandied cherries. Almost any fruit can be used in this recipe.
Pearl Couscous with Lentils, Carrots, Spinach, and Corn
This is a recipe that is great as a side or even as a meal. It's so hearty! It's great served warm or cold. I sometimes substitute chickpeas for the lentils, but be aware that they have a slightly stronger flavor. The white wine is used for flavor but can be left out if desired. Reduced-sodium chicken broth can be used. This recipe keeps well in the fridge and can be served warm or cold.
Jamie's Sweet and Easy Corn on the Cob
Use a little sugar and lemon juice in the water to make the sweetest, quickest, tastiest boiled corn on the cob.