Recipe: Easy Baked Eggplant Parmesan
For an easy side dish that's a great match for this cheesy, baked eggplant entrée, cook broccoli in a bit of olive oil with some minced garlic and crushed red chile flakes, then finish with a squeeze of fresh lemon juice.
Recipe: Broiled Tilapia with Parmesan and Herbs
Tilapia's mild flavor is built on with a creamy topping that everyone will love — and you will love how easy it is to put together! Round out your meal with roasted potatoes and a green salad.
Recipe: Mediterranean Tuna Salad
A great way to serve this salad is to slice a 9-inch round focaccia in half horizontally, fill it with the tuna, and press a plate down on top of the round bread. Place a heavy can or weight on top for an hour, and the dressing will seep into the bread. Slice and serve. From The Whole Foods Market Cookbook.
Recipe: Fiery Wok-Seared Green Beans
Searing green beans in a dry wok gives them a mild smoky flavor; you can get the same blistered effect with a large cast-iron skillet if you don't have a wok. The chiles in this recipe are sliced and cooked with their seeds — typically the hottest part of chiles — so keep that in mind when deciding how many to use.
Recipe: Easy Teriyaki Salmon Rice Bowl
Pull together dinner in less than 25 minutes with a couple of helping hands from the freezer section. Wild salmon makes this a flavorful meal that the whole family will enjoy. Watch our how-to video.
Recipe: Tangy Grilled Pork Chops with Pears and Blue Cheese
Blue cheese and pears make a luscious accompaniment to mild pork chops, and this easy and elegant dish is perfect for casual get togethers and fancy dinners alike.
Recipe: Soy Ginger Chicken and Winter Greens
This recipe is a flavor sensation with tangy soy ginger sauce and those calcium-filled, dark leafy greens you're always trying to fit into your menu.
Recipe: Spring Spinach Salad with Chicken
Perfect served with crusty bread. For a change, try warming the dressing in the same skillet you used to fry the bacon, then toss with the salad to gently wilt the spinach.