We like to eat a meatless dinner at least once a week. Plant-based foods – a central part of the Mediterranean diet – are good for you. And they taste good. That means we’re always looking for ways to include veggies, grains, beans, nuts and, of course, extra virgin olive oil in our meals. The chick pea and tomato curry featured here is just the kind of meal I’m talking about. (Click here to see the recipe.
It’s a meatless, flavor-packed dish of beans, fire-roasted tomatoes and curry. Plus, it can be on your dinner table in 30 minutes. So what’s not to love!The recipe comes from our friends Muir Glen Organic
. In addition to flavor, one added benefit of this dish: Cooking tomatoes helps release lycopene, a potent antioxidant found in tomatoes and other red produce.Moreover, the fire-roasted tomatoes complement the complex curry spices in this dish. Fresh ginger root and cilantro provide added zing. (Click here to see the recipe.
)You could prepare the curry with our Everday Fresh
oil. And you could serve it with a steaming bowl of basmati or – better yet – brown rice.Bon appétit,California Olive Ranch
Master Miller Bob Singletary