Breakfast in bed this Mother’s Day should be something that singles mom out and lets her have it all. This single-serving egg dish incorporates savory flavors that comes together in a small ramekin or small pot. Serve with a side of bread, and mom will star the day off with protein, vegetables, and loads of [...]
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Ever make a poached egg? It’s not the most fail proof of processes, but there are ways to make sure it always comes out okay – and the trick is in adding vinegar to the boiling water! You can toast the bread if you like, and the result is a half sandwich that oozes with [...]
If you want pasta sans the carbs, you’re not alone. But now there is a way to get the best of both worlds – spiralized veggies! In this recipe, I slice zucchini with a spiralizer (even though you don’t need one) to create pasta that is lighter, lower-carb and absolutely delicious underneath a simple leek [...]
I love this soup because its flavors are so strong and textures so smooth and creamy, so a small serving goes a long way. But above all, it is incredibly simple and real, using only a handful of ingredients that pack not only the taste but also the protein and healthy fats – all in [...]
I’m always thinking of ways to eat pizza in an unconventional way. Today the base is a Portobello mushroom. Mushrooms have a dense, meaty texture that does well to replace meat in sandwiches as well as the crust in a pizza. It also holds the pizza toppings in a clean and convenient way. Enjoy!
This soup bears all the Middle Eastern flavors I love in the spices and chickpeas, and reminds me of some classics, such as falafel and hummus. It has a deep, smoky flavor that fills you up and takes your senses to all the right places.
This recipe is a simple twist on an Indian classic. Just a few ingredients and you have yourself some serious comfort. It’s flavorful and filling but light enough to eat without end. It has the likes of chili, turmeric and cumin, which promises deliciousness. Enjoy!
I’ve made raw zucchini before – almost 2 years ago. My photography/presentation skills were lackluster to say the least. Today’s recipe isn’t a far departure from the original concept, it just has a few tweaks here and there to complement my pantry and the season. This time, the sauce is tahini based and brings richness [...]
When I’m thinking Mexican, I resort to a black bean mixture that is spiced and warmed to serve as the basis of whatever dish I prepare – be it a dip, a filling, or a dish in it own right. Whatever I use the black bean mixture for, it’s bound to be an easy, no-fuss [...]
You can leave your seasoned chef skills at the door. This recipe is simply of a matter of roast, toss, and process. I’m all about the green leaf rolls – it allows me to get my veggies and greens all in one compact bite. A necessary element, however, is something that keeps all the chopped [...]