This superaddictive, crispy, savory snacking granola is made with oats, cashews, fennel seeds and plenty of salty nori.
Asparagus Oven Fries
These easy, baked asparagus fries are a fun and healthy alternative to traditional French fries. Serve them as a side with your favorite burger.
Snow Pea Salad
This bright, crunchy salad gets a hint of smoky sweetness from the maple syrup in the vinaigrette.
Rainbow Falafel with Pickled Turnips
These falafel are a colorful and fragrant twist on the Middle Eastern staple. Unlike traditional falafel, these are baked and contain different vegetables, taking on their colors, flavors and nutrients. Beet-pickled turnips make a great topping for this dish but can be served on many other sandwiches and salads.
Black Quinoa and Sliced Avocado Salad with Cracked Hazelnuts
This salad features thinly sliced avocado arranged over a bed of quinoa. It's drizzled with good olive oil and sprinkled with flaky sea salt and toasted hazelnuts. It's also excellent tossed with a side of fresh greens and herbs.
Sesame Ramen Cakes
These ramen pancakes are crisp on the outside with tender interiors and are a perfect side dish or appetizer.
Honey Sesame Chicken
For an even different take on this already updated classic, substitute maple syrup for the honey.
Wok-Seared Steak Majong with Shishito Peppers
For this brightly flavored stir-fry, chef George Chen of San Francisco's China Live combines crunchy, spicy shishito peppers and pieces of tender beef the size of mah-jongg tiles.
Crispy Quinoa Brittle
This brittle is made with toasted quinoa and sesame seeds to add some protein and extra crunch.
Zucchini Noodles with Chicken and Ginger Dressing
This healthy alternative to pasta by tossing spiralized zucchini and roast chicken with an aromatic Asian dressing. You'll need a superfine grater, such as a Microplane, to prep the fresh ginger and garlic.