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This hearty summer dinner comes together in just 20 minutes. Fresh dill adds brightness to the zippy horseradish spread.
Slow, low-temp baking intensifies the flavor of tomatoes; use this method to rescue tomatoes that come off the vine a little under- or overripe. Serve with juicy grilled chicken that?s flavored simply with salt, pepper, olive oil, and green onions.
Drizzle napa cabbage, seared tuna, and cucumber with a sweet-sour lime dressing. Crispy wonton strips add crunch.
This icy, delicious dessert takes just four ingredients -- watermelon, sugar, gelatin, and cranberry juice -- and costs 27 cents per serving to make.
These lunch wraps capture the essence of bacon-topped spinach salad, right down to the distinctive dressing.
Stack fresh veggies -- tomatoes, cucumbers, sweet peppers, radishes, and greens -- on a whole wheat hot dog bun for easy toting. Fresh herb dressing and a yogurt-base veggie spread add flavor without lots of fat or calories.
Chopped green veggies -- greens, cucumbers, broccoli, green beans, and edamame -- served in small containers make a super kid-friendly salad. Grapes add sweetness, and homemade herb dressing adds a tangy twist.
Packed with vitamins A and C, this summertime drink is great to have on hand. The carrots lend sweetness to the lemonade, so no need to add sugar.
The easy bread-crumb coating adds delicious crispy flavor to sweet potato fries without frying. Both sweet potatoes and carrots are high in vitamin A, potassium, and fiber; either veggie works well for this recipe.