6 healthy pantry staples
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6 Healthy Recipes Using Pantry Staples

Simple, hearty recipes made using pantry basics. You’ll be surprised by what you can create!

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  • White Bean Crostini
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    White Bean Crostini

    For even faster prep, serve dip style in a decorative bowl, with baguette slices on the side, and let guests plate their own.

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  • Beet Barley Risotto
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    Beet Barley Risotto

    Using pearl barley creates a nutritious, creamy sauce for this risotto. Adding beets gives a beautiful color and a great taste.

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  • Brothy Beans with Roasted Garlic and Parmesan Rind
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    Brothy Beans with Roasted Garlic and Parmesan Rind

    These brothy beans are inspired by a recipe that Food52 cofounder Merrill Stubbs makes—they’re a stripped-down, vegetarian take on hers. The shorter ingredient list is offset by a couple of slightly fussy steps, but that—along with really good dried beans—is what keeps this dish from being basic, boring beans. 

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  • Southwestern Black Bean & Quinoa Croquettes
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    Southwestern Black Bean & Quinoa Croquettes

    These black bean croquettes get their crispy coating from hemp seeds and soft, creamy insides from black beans, quinoa and potatoes. All four ingredients are good protein sources (even the potato). It’s OK to swap out black beans for white or kidney beans.

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  • Quinoa Chili
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    Quinoa Chili

    This recipe for quinoa chili uses tempeh, but if you like meat, substitute in a lean protein like turkey. Beef and pork are also good options. Use a heartier beef stock, too.

    This vegetarian recipe can also easily accommodate meat eaters with a few ingredient swaps.

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  • Quinoa Sliders
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    Quinoa Sliders

    Healthy AND tasty!

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