16 Winter : Dinners with Lots of Fiber


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16 Winter : Dinners with Lots of Fiber

16 Winter Dinners with Lots of Fiber

Some of the most delectable seasonal ingredients, such as squash, citrus, and cabbage, are available in the winter and are included in these filling dinner recipes.


These meals, which include whole grains, legumes, and vegetables and provide at least 6 grams of fiber per serving, can improve your immunity, digestive system, and heart health.


Dinners that are nourishing, flavorful, and cozy, like our One-Pot Chicken & Broccoli Pasta and Red Lentil Soup with Saffron, will help you reach your nutritional objectives.

1 Carbohydrate-Vegetable Soup

Beans give cabbage soup an extra burst of fiber and heartiness. Crushed red pepper adds a hint of heat and fresh herbs brighten a basic tomato broth. Accompany with a crusty bread.

2 Soup with Red Lentils and Saffron

Turmeric, cumin, and saffron are common Persian culinary spices used in this filling red lentil soup. Savor it with steaming rice or a warm baguette.


3 Chorizo-topped Charro Beans with Kale Slaw

The Mexican cowboys (charros) who prepared these soupy beans over campfires while roaming the open range are the source of this dish’s name.

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This earthy dish is a brilliant foil for the kale slaw. Serve straight from the bowl or use warm tortillas to mop it up. Seek out Mexican-style


In well-stocked supermarkets or Latin American markets, find chorizo next to other sausage.


4 Roast Pork Tenderloin with Garlic-Herbs, Parsnip Puree, and Kale

To go with the pork and greens, we blitz parsnips with milk and butter to create a tasty substitute for mashed potatoes.

5 One-Pot Pasta with Chicken and Broccoli

This pasta with creamy chicken and broccoli is a simple and quick weeknight meal. In this recipe, we use small shells, but you could use orecchiette or any other small pasta.

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6 Squash Soups with Coconut Curry and Spiced Seeds

To give the soup texture, we leave the soft squash chunks whole in this curry butternut squash soup. Instead of toasting the pepitas, if you are starting with a whole squash, you can toast its seeds.


7 Balsamic Steak paired with Mustard Mashed Potatoes and Brussels Sprout Slaw

Many supermarkets sell Brussels sprouts already shredded, but if you’d rather make your own, use a mandoline, your sharpest knife, or the feed tube of a food processor that has been fitted with the slicing attachment.

8 Salmon Filets with Broccoli, Lemon-Herb Orzo

This tasty and nutritious salmon dish is well-balanced. To save time, you toss the broccoli directly into the pot with the pasta in the last minute of cooking. Plus, one less item to wash!

9 Chickpea Broth

The Italian seasoning blend includes crushed red pepper and cayenne pepper, which give this chickpea soup a spicy kick. Should you wish to reduce the

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spice, you might want to completely omit the crushed red pepper. Accompany with a crusty bread.

10 Stew with Mushrooms
Both fresh and dried mushrooms contribute to the rich flavor of this hearty and flavorful stew. Quinoa boosts fiber content and adds protein. Both vegetarians and meat eaters will love this flavorful fall soup.

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11 Cauliflower Gnocchi topped with Pesto and Asparagus

To keep fresh asparagus bright green and tender, steam it in the microwave while the cauliflower gnocchi crisp up in a sauté pan. In a pinch, use frozen asparagus instead of green beans or peas. Combine them with ready-made basil pesto for a filling dinner.

12 Orange and Beet Salad with Bitter Greens

Though their flavor may be earthy and reminiscent of the soil in which they are grown, beet roots have the highest natural sugar content of any vegetable.

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And all that sweetness is enhanced when roasted. This jewel-toned version of caprese replaces peppery arugula and radicchio with peppery tomatoes, oranges, and basil. Crunch is added by sprinkling toasted breadcrumbs on top.

13 Sliders for vegetarians with black beans, chard, and poblanos

These flavorful and satisfying vegetarian sliders are a great source of protein for a main course. Patting the beans dry takes time, but it prevents the sliders from crumbling.

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If you want to fit regular-size buns, you can make 8 larger patties. However, to ensure they heat through without burning under the broiler, keep them about 1/2 inch thick.


14 Sweet potatoes baked in the oven

with Turkey & Cranberries

These stuffed potatoes are a great way to breathe new life into leftover turkey. The hot potatoes absorb a generous drizzle of homemade honey-mustard dressing, which amplifies their flavor.

15 Rigatoni of cauliflower with orange tapenade preserved

This tapenade’s preserved orange enhances the flavor of the olives and harmonizes with the basil’s and parsley’s vibrant green notes.

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Additionally delicious as a sandwich spread, hummus topping, pizza sauce substitute, or combined with roasted veggies is the tapenade.


16 Green curry with tofu, cauliflower, and sweet potatoes

To ensure that every last bit of the coconut-based sauce is absorbed, serve this vegetable-rich curry over brown rice.


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