This savory stew is inspired by the delicious peanut and tomato West African Maafe dish. The heat from the ginger and red pepper is balanced out by the sweetness of the peanut butter.
A slow cooker can make home cooked meals doable even on the busiest day. Try this flavorful, well-rounded meal for dinner this week!
No need to hover over the stove with this recipe! Once the ingredients are prepared, the slow cooker will do the rest. The dumpling spinners in this recipe are a nod to Caribbean culture. They add great texture to this stew!
Soup is a quick one pot meal which contains multiple food groups like grains, vegetables, and proteins. Either throw the ingredients in a slow cooker or a pot on the stove to simmer while you take time for yourself.
There are so many different delicious noodles in the world. Keep reading for a few of UGA SNAP-Ed’s favorite noodle-filled recipes.
Slow-cooked noodles and vegetables are soft and perfect for picky eaters when they are mixed with the cheese in this lasagna. The fiber from the whole grain noodles and hidden veggies make this a healthy take on a family favorite.