Happy hump day! I have wanted to make this recipe for a couple of weeks, but I wanted to make it when I had a dinner guest. Last night my friend came over for dinner so it was the perfect opportunity. Very easy to make, I used my ninja blender to mix the ingredients. Pea shoots (found at H-Mart), garlic, Parmesan cheese, olive oil and walnuts. It was very tasty with fresh bread and red wine
I know, I know…. I’m a bit late but I love Mexican food!! The other night I made some bean and cheese quesadillas, I haven’t made anything with refried beans in over a year. They never disappoint, I used corn tortillas, topped with salsa and avocado. I had a cucumber and feta salad on the side. Yumm
Hey, it’s hump day!! I made this stew on Monday night at its going to last all week. Very easy to make and very healthy. Throw all ingredients in the the crock pot and leave it for a few hours and you have dinner. It’s canned tomatoes, garlic, onion, vegetable broth, soaked navy beans and brown rice. You put the kale at then end. Yumm
Happy Monday!! Hey well at least it’s sunny out. Have you guys ever seen Gwyneth Paltrow’s website goop?! She has lots of cool ideas and recipes. This one is from her website and is in her new cookbook I think. Super easy to make, the ingredients are ginger, olive oil, match stick carrots, black sesame seeds and sesame oil. They were delicious and a nice spin on cooked carrots.
I have always like these rolls, and they are one of the healthier options in the food court. I have made these before but each time the fillings and sauce vary a bit. Last nights were nice and light and delicious. I used rice paper wraps and rice noodles for inside as well as carrots, grated beet and avocado. The dipping sauce was made of brags, sesame oil, almond butter and water.
Has anyone ever had these before? I have been meaning to try them for a while now, since I read about there health benefits in my book, “It must have been something I ate”. I went to my local health food store yesterday in search of some real cocao powder and found this little bag of savi seeds at the check out! Not cheap I might add at $3 each. They were different to say the least, maybe chocolate flavored would have been better, but 6g of protein is not bad.
The other day I was killing time on my favorite app, Pinterest. I was really hungry and I kept pinning food pictures. I hadn’t decided what to make for dinner yet when I found this curry recipe, and I had all the ingredients except an onion. So I picked one up at the store after swimming. This curry did take a while to prep and cook but it was yummy and I have lots of left overs.
Well…. I have not been blogging as much this week, I’ve been busy with life and trying to start my home staging business! Anyways I made this great stir fry last night and thought I should share it. It was brown rice noodles with organic tofu cooked in sesame oil, ginger and garlic. Then I tossed them with black sesame seeds, mushrooms and a mix of oriental vegetables and teriyaki sauce! Pretty filling and yummy.