Salsa verde can be prepared in myriad ways with whatever ingredients are on hand, writes Amy Scattergood. Spinach, arugula or kale make for a bright green base, and an acid such as vinegar brings brightness. Fresh herbs, chiles or spices can customize the flavor for a truly unique sauce.
A study found that university students with vitamin B-12 deficiency did not have an increased risk of anemia, regardless of whether they took in high levels of folic acid. The study appears in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
The rustic Italian dumplings known as malfatti or ravioli gnudi are not difficult to make, but they are time-consuming because each one is shaped individually. They can be made with spinach, Swiss chard or other greens, which are combined with ricotta, egg, flour and Parmesan cheese to create the dough.
Eggs are perhaps so common and readily available that we sometimes forget how versatile they can be. Herbed vegetable and goat cheese frittata is a good way to use the ingredient in a dinner dish -- and it only takes 10 minutes to cook.