Though this dish is vivid and eye catching, it also looks simple. Possibly even suggesting it being low in flavor. In fact, its quite the opposite. Loaded with “super foods,” easy to make, and packed with layered taste, this is a light and totally tasty dinner worth giving a try. I was shocked by the satisfying seasoning and flavors of everything together.
Without further ado, how to make this delectable dish:
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Ever heard of a comfort food dish that’s…
- low in calories
- a light meal
- ultra healthy
- easy to make
- vegan, gluten free, and nearly raw
- yet homey, delicious, and satisfying, totally masquerading as something calorie laden and tasty.
Not so much? Well, now you have.
Behold, the summer dinner of your dreams. Fitting in nicely with all the criteria above. Get excited, foodie friends. This is one of the better dishes Ive whipped up in a while. Man oh man, you just might find yourself eating this weekly. I know I may.
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Happy Autumn Everyone!
Quinoa, once you learn how to make it, is one of the most versatile, easy to cook with, enticing blank palettes for a plethora of lunch and dinner options. I cook my quinoa in bulk, always making two or three times what’s needed for whatever particular meal I’m making. Its so easy to pile some in a bowl the next day, top with a smattering of veggies, a protein, some sauce (I love either pesto or coconut curry sauce) and, viola. A mouthwatering meal at the ready.
When initially assembling this particular Fall Harvest Bowl, I was slightly hesitant, imagining the flavors to be potentially too bland. On the contrary. It was vibrant, flavorful, nutty, crisp with the crunch from peppers, the herby taste of the pesto, all utterly delicious.
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This recipe is actually called Pudina Rice. Its an Indian recipe, which I had the honor of sampling when my dear friend, Bhakti invited me to dinner last week. A celebratory and farewell gift for my big impending move. And man, what a gift it was. This was DELICIOUS, wow. Not generally a fan of mint, finding myself hesitant when she told me it was one of the main ingredients. But, whoa. It was so yummy, loving every bite and even heaping a second portion onto my plate.
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