Recipes

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....

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...

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...

Sake-Braised Kale

Sake-Braised Kale Bring out the sweetness of nutrient-rich kale by braising it with sake and ginger.

Rutabaga and Kale Saute

Rutabaga and Kale Saute Like other members of the brassicas family, rutabagas are high in antioxidant and anti-cancer compounds. Just 1 cup of this nutty and sweet root vegetable also will give your immune system a boost,...

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...

Carrot Surprise

Carrots Carrots contain plenty of beta carotene, which boosts your immune system's production of healthy, infection-fighting cells. Debra Brammer, ND, clinical dean of...

Parsnip Saute

Parsnip Saute Parsnips are rich in vitamins and minerals, especially potassium and vitamin C, and they also are a good source of both soluble and insoluble fiber. If you grow your own, wait until after the first...

Quick Lemon and Garlic Quinoa Salad

A bowl of lemon quinoa salad. Quinoa has an excellent nutritional profile (10.5 grams of protein per cup). This unique whole grain, which was a staple food of the Incas, is also rich in calcium and iron.

Lemon Basil Potato Salad

A stylized plate and silverware. This is a not-just-for-lunch kind of salad. Fresh basil makes an impressive contribution to the flavor of soups, vegetables, noodles, beans and fish. Try growing basil in your yard or in your kitchen...

Grilled Vegetable Salad with Sweet Poppyseed Dressing

A stylized plate and silverware. Vegetarians take heart! Summer grilling is for you, too! Grilled vegetables are delicious whether served over rice, in a pocket pita or in this incredible salad. Thanks to Susan Wilson for the...

Mediterranean Lentil Salad

Mediterranean Lentil Salad "With most salads, you pour the dressing on at the end and coat the dish from the outside in," says Rebecca Katz, whose Mediterranean...

Orange Pistachio Quinoa

Orange Pistachio Quinoa "Pistachios are my secret ingredient here," says Rebecca Katz, whose Orange Pistachio Quinoa was served in the ...

Ginger Honey Carrots

A stylized plate and silverware. These sauteed carrots are the perfect combination of sweet and spicy to complement any meal.

Garbanzo Bean and Colorful Vegetable Salad

A stylized plate and silverware. This salad makes a satisfying lunch entree or a refreshing side dish.

Curried Lentils and Cauliflower

A stylized plate and silverware. This flavorful dish is packed with potassium and vitamin C. Serve over brown basmati rice for an extra-healthy main entree.

Confetti Quinoa with Nori, Sesame and Raw Cashews

A stylized plate and silverware. This is a nutritionally packed food. Nori and quinoa are high in protein and a good dietary source of fiber, vitamins and minerals. More specifically, this is a great way to get calcium in your diet...

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