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Quinoa-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

Purple sweet potatoes make for a dramatic presentation, but regular orange varieties also work well.

Ancho Sweet Potato Latkes

These crispy cakes will hold in the oven for a few minutes, but serve them as soon as possible for maximum deliciousness.

Pork Chops With Sweet Potato & Apples

This one-pot skillet dinner is an easy, crowd-pleasing autumn supper.

Roasted Tofu and Citrus Artichoke Salad

It’s no surprise that tofu brings protein to the party, but artichokes are also a good source, boasting one gram of protein per heart.

White Bean and Lentil Tabbouleh

Besides packing a pop of protein and fiber, one serving of lentils delivers almost a full day’s worth of folate, a vitamin that promotes healthy cell growth.

Roasted Carrot and Chickpea Salad

A tangy yogurt dressing is hidden beneath this colorful combination. Bonus: No need to peel the carrots!

Steak and Feta Salad

Marinated feta makes this salad something special. Flavorful flank steak has a lot more going for it than just protein. It’s also high in selenium, zinc, and niacin.

Broccoli and Miso Quinoa Salad

Who knew a vegan salad could be so protein-rich? You can credit the quinoa, tempeh, and, yes, even the broccoli for that. Plus, tempeh is made from fermented soybeans, so it boosts gut health.

Avocado and Watercress Salad

No two bites in this vibrant meal are the same, thanks to the mix of creamy eggs and avocado, crunchy pistachios, briny olives, and chewy edamame