First up is Chimichurri Mac and Cheese. Chimichurri–the South American herb sauce typically served with meat–revs up basic mac and cheese with tangy flavors. You can also serve this in individual ramekins or small serving skillets.
Lo mein, a popular Chinese dish, is often a go-to choice when dining out. But making lo-mein at home not only keeps calories in check, it boosts the flavor and gives you limitless variety.
Although lo mein is traditionally made with Chinese egg noodles, here we substitute whole-wheat linguine. Pan-frying the tofu gives it a crisp exterior.