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Adding more legumes to your diet Consider these ways to incorporate more legumes into your meals and snacks: Prepare soups, stews and casseroles that feature legumes.
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Bean and legume recipes - Mayo Clinic Healthy Recipes Bean and legume recipes Appetizer recipes Artichoke, spinach and white bean dip Chickpea polenta with olives Gluten-free hummus Hummus Peanut butter hummus Roaste...
The Mediterranean diet emphasizes plant-based foods, such as fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes and nuts.
Classic Boston baked beans - Mayo Clinic Healthy Recipes Classic Boston baked beans Print By Mayo Clinic Staff Dietitian's tip: This legume dish is high in folate and a good source of iron.
French green lentil salad - Mayo Clinic Healthy Recipes French green lentil salad Print By Mayo Clinic Staff Dietitian's tip: French green lentils can be hard to find. Brown lentils may be substituted. They cook in less time and are more likely to br...
Minestrone soup - Mayo Clinic Healthy Recipes Minestrone soup Print By Mayo Clinic Staff Dietitian's tip: Minestrone is a thick, hearty soup that usually contains vegetables, pasta, and peas or beans. This version uses unsalted chicken broth and fres...
White bean escarole soup - Mayo Clinic Healthy Recipes White bean escarole soup Print By Mayo Clinic Staff Dietitian's tip: Escarole is a member of the endive family. It's less bitter than kale or chard, and it's high in folate, fiber, and vitamins A...
Cracked wheat chili - Mayo Clinic Healthy Recipes Cracked wheat chili Print By Mayo Clinic Staff Dietitian's tip: Bulgur wheat adds fiber, and it tends to look like ground beef. As a result, this healthy vegetarian chili looks a lot like traditional ...
Tofu with hoisin and baby bok choy - Mayo Clinic Healthy Recipes Tofu with bok choy Print By Mayo Clinic Staff Dietitian's tip: Hoisin is a tangy sauce often used in Asian dishes. It has a barbecue-like flavor. Steam the bok choy while the tofu bakes...
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