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Sesame Noodles with Baked Tofu

Sesame Noodles with Baked Tofu Recipe
Chinese hoisin sauce gives this healthy sesame noodle recipe just a touch of sweetness. Be sure to rinse the noodles until they’re cold, then give them a good shake in the colander until they’re well drained. Are you a spiralizing pro? Swap 5 cups of raw zucchini, carrot or other veggie “noodles” for the cooked pasta.

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Classic Sesame Noodles with Chicken

Classic Sesame Noodles with Chicken Recipe
Classic sesame noodles become a healthy meal with lean chicken and tons of veggies in this quick recipe for Asian noodles. Be sure to rinse the spaghetti until it’s cold, then give it a good shake in the colander until it’s well drained. Are you a spiralizing pro? Swap 5 cups of raw zucchini, carrot or other veggie “noodles” for the cooked pasta.

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Falafel Salad with Lemon-Tahini Dressing

Falafel Salad with Lemon-Tahini Dressing Recipe
Deep-fried falafel can be a total grease bomb. But these pan-seared falafel still get crispy in just a few tablespoons of oil with equally satisfying results. Be sure to use dried, instead of canned, chickpeas in this healthy recipe—canned chickpeas add too much moisture.

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Golden Beet, Green Bean & Fennel Salad with Scallops

Golden Beet, Green Bean & Fennel Salad with Scallops Recipe
Lemony seared scallops and a walnut vinaigrette top this healthy dinner salad. When shopping for scallops, avoid those treated with sodium tripolyphosphate (STP); it can make them mushy and the scallops won’t brown properly. Some scallops have a small white muscle on the side; remove it before cooking.

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Rice Noodle & Edamame Salad

Rice Noodle & Edamame Salad Recipe
Seaweed asserts its umami magic in this beautiful noodle-edamame salad recipe, which is perfect for a summer evening. Several types of dried seaweed are available in natural-foods markets—arame and dulse (sometimes called “sea vegetables”) are two of the most common. Snipped pieces of nori (the seaweed used for sushi rolls) would work too.