April 27, 2021

Root Veggie Fritters

Root Veggie Fritters Root veggies make an excellent, hearty base for these fritters. These can get a little messy, but they are worth it! You may want to double this recipe, as we can almost guarantee they’ll get eaten pretty quickly! Print Recipe Root Veggie Fritters Prep Time15 minsCook Time15 minsTotal Time27 mins Course: Main...
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Crispy Chickpeas & Steamed Kale

Crispy Chickpeas & Steamed Kale This dish comes together so quickly and could be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Curly kale is great when steamed – it keeps its shape & texture, and results in a beautiful looking green! The crispy chickpeas are a staple and can be added to endless meals! Print Recipe...
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How to a build a coconut curry

How to build a coconut curry This dish packs a ton of flavor and comes together pretty easily with some curry paste, vegetables, coconut milk, and some garnishes! This is more a Thai style coconut curry than other types of curries. Use the guide below to help you first create your own curry paste, either...
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How to build a pesto

How to build a pesto The classic pesto is basil, pine nuts, garlic, parmesan, and olive oil. While this is delicious and a classic for a reason, I give you permission to think beyond the classic!!! In the guide below you’ll find options for different nuts, greens, and cheese you can use. Put this pesto...
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Miso piñon ramen

Miso piñon ramen Ramen is a Japanese broth noodle soup, that actually originated from China! It became popular in the US, in the form of “instant ramen” – dried noodles with flavor packets, as I’m sure we all have had them before. In more recent years, a less instant version of ramen has become popular...
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