Side Dish Recipes

Creamy Cruciferous Risotto Creamy Cruciferous Risotto
This dish is creamy and delicious and packed full of cancer-fighting compounds and fiber. The cayenne pepper adds a little zing. For a variation try substituting broccoli for the Brussels sprouts.
Creamy Cucumber Salad Creamy Cucumber Salad
This salad is a refreshing summer side dish and a great way to take advantage of all of those cucumbers from the garden!
Cucumbers with Pomegranate Vinaigrette Cucumbers with Pomegranate Vinaigrette
Pomegranate Molasses gives this cucumber salad a pungent and spicy flavor that is sure to please.
Curried Coconut Veggies Curried Coconut Veggies
This is a plant-based variation on a dish from a Singapore cookbook. The combination of coconut and curry spices gives the vegetables an exotic twist.
Dilly Beans Dilly Beans
You may have eaten dilly beans at a summer potluck. "Putting up" these pickled beans (or canning) isn't nearly as difficult as you may think! A great way to use all of those beans from your garden or Farmer's Market.
Easy Bean Salad Easy Bean Salad
The simplicity and widespread enjoyment of this salad have made it a Cancer Project classic. It has lots of fiber to help move carcinogens and excess cholesterol and hormones out of your body to improve overall health.
Fennel Slaw Fennel Slaw
Fennel is an appetite-enhancer, a digestive aid and a palate-cleanser, but most importantly, it's delicious. This salad is good at the beginning of a meal, at the end, or by itself, as a snack. To avoid discoloration, make the dressing first, then cut the fennel.
Fiesta Salad Fiesta Salad
This salad is a celebration of color and taste. It may be made in advance and keeps well for several days. It is nearly fat free, which is important when it comes to lowering cancer risk and improving survival.
Garlic Mashed Potatoes Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Garlic is a great way to add flavor to mashed potatoes without adding fat. Plus, garlic is rich in selenium, a strong cancer-fighting agent.
Glorious Greens Glorious Greens
Here's a tasty way to enjoy your greens! The secret to making good Southern greens is patience! You can use any kind of green you like! Enjoy this take on my family's Louisiana favorite recipe.