Recipes

Quinoa Tabbouleh

Quinoa Tabbouleh If you love the crispy flavor of traditional tabbouleh, you'll love the extra nutrition added by substituing the bulgar wheat with quinoa, which is higher in protein, vitamins and minerals.

Asparagus and Mushroom Saute

Photo of asparagus and mushroom saute Cooking asparagus and mushrooms may provide you with more antioxidants than eating the nutritious produce raw, so why not give this Asparagus and Mushroom Saute a try for your health? This vegetarian...

Asian Noodle Salad with Toasted Sesame Dressing

Soba noodles on top of edamame, lettuce and carrots In Bastyr University's Whole Foods Salads course taught by Cynthia Lair, BA, CHN, she says this Asian Noodle Salad with Toasted Sesame Dressing is often the favorite dish...

Sesame Kale

Sesame Kale Enjoy this easy recipe featuring cancer-fighting dark green leafy kale, which is loaded with vitamins, minerals and fiber. Plus, you’ll get added flavor from garlic, sea vegetables and sesame...

Portabella Reuben Sandwich

Portabella Reuben Sandwich This recipe updates this deli favorite with marinated and baked portabella mushrooms in place of traditional corned beef. The other must-haves for this standard are all here: Swiss cheese, sauerkraut...

Carrot Ginger Soup

Carrot ginger soup bowl with garnish surrounded by flowers, ginger and a spoon This Bastyr Dining Commons favorite adds colorful nutrition to your day, sweetened by the combination of carrots and coconut milk, then spiced up with the ginger and garlic.

Dining Commons' Roasted Root Vegetables

Roasted Root Vegetables Roasted Root Vegetables was among the dishes served on November 10, 2011, when the Bastyr Dining Commons brought an early Thanksgiving to the University community....

Bitter Green Salad with Citrus Fruit and Pomegranate Vinaigrette

Bitter Green Salad with Citrus Fruit and Pomegranate Vinaigrette You can dress up a holiday or everyday meal with this nutritious and delicious Bitter Green Salad with Citrus Fruit and Pomegranate Vinaigrette, one of the myriad dishes served November 10, 2011,...

Roasted Acorn Squash with Wild Rice Pilaf and Roasted Maple Yam Puree

dish with prepared pilaf Served as a side dish or a main dish, Roasted Acorn Squash with Wild Rice Pilaf and Roasted Maple Yam Puree will bring both flavor and health to your holiday meal. The colorful vegetarian dish was...

Miniature Sweet Potato Tartlets

Miniature Sweet Potato Tartlet These mini versions of a vegan Sweet Potato Pie was among the dishes served on November 10, 2011, when the Bastyr Dining Commons brought an early Thanksgiving to the...

Green Kale and Roasted Shallot Stuffing

Green Kale and Roasted Shallot Stuffing with Maple Roast Turkey Although Green Kale and Roasted Shallot Stuffing is pictured here with Maple Roast Turkey, it's a vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free dish that can just as easily be served...

Mushroom Hazelnut Pate

Mushroom Hazelnut Pate Looking for an elegant vegetarian centerpiece for a holiday meal or just a healthy entree or appetizer? Try this Mushroom Hazelnut Pate, which was featured in the Bastyr Dining...

Roasted Parsnip Celeriac Soup

Celeriac root with leaves While parsnips and celeriac root both have plenty of immune-boosting vitamin C, celeriac also contains minerals such as copper, which helps restore immunity. This sweet, slightly salty and very...

Carrot-Parsnip Soup

Carrots and parsnips With healthy doses of vitamin C in both carrots and parsnips, you're sure to get your recommended daily allowance of immune-system health with this delicious soup. Debra...

Roasted Beets and Carrots

Beets and carrots Beets and carrots together pack a punch to your immune system, making this an ideal side dish to help keep you healthy year round. Debra Brammer, ND, clinical dean of...

Garlic Vegetable Soup

Garlic Even eaten on its own, garlic is a mega-immune-system booster, but in a soup it takes on comforting qualities that go beyond the benefits of food. Debra Brammer, ND, clinical...

Beet Greens with a Citrus Orange Sauce

Beets The dark red color of beets that scares off some would-be consumers is actually one of the traits that helps rank the root vegetable among the healthiest superfoods. Remember that the more colorful...

Braised Greens with Garlic and Sun-dried Tomatoes

Kale leaf Cooking nutrient-rich kale with a bit of oil helps you better absord the fiber that's so prevalent in the dark leafy green vegetable. Debra Brammer, ND, clinical dean of...

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