Onions, carrots, and garlic cook in olive oil until buttery soft, then get blended with chickpeas and water to form a deeply savory puree that coats pasta beautifully. It’s a satisfying dish that just happens to be vegan. Try to let the blender run for a minute or two when pureeing the ingredients; the smoother the sauce, the better the dish.
Treat yourself to a sophisticated riff on lemon bars. This grown-up treat embraces the bitterness of grapefruit and Campari, balancing the flavor with a buttery crust. When we create our healthier desserts, we think about where the fat will be best used—we strategically place it where it will make the most difference.
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Take a deep breath. We’ve got you covered.Cooking for your immediate family is easy—you do it every day. Done right, it can even be a way to unwind. But when you’re hosting a big event (like a certain turkey-themed feast) with extended family members and friends trooping into your home to nosh on—let’s face it—your blood, sweat, and tears, you find yourself thinking: “Are they going to judge me?
Total Time5 Hours 10 MinsYieldServes 6 (serving size: 1/2 cup)This sorbet is refreshing and smooth with an almost creamy texture. The white balsamic vinegar is subtle, but adds a depth of flavor that brightens and enhances the flavor of the melon. It’s best to seek out white balsamic vinegar, as there’s no good substitute here; regular balsamic would discolor the sorbet, and other vinegars lack the sweet, round flavor of white balsamic.