Garden Veggie and Ravioli Skillet. I kind of just want a big bowl of this to curl up to.
I mean, doesn’t it look good? It’s pasta, pasta filled with cheese actually, and covered in pistachio butter. I just could not think of a better meal right now. Simple Almond Chicken, Chickpea and Eggplant Curry. Simple is the name of the game these days.
But you know, that can be easier said than done. I have found it really hard to keep recipes simple without one, being boring and repetitive, or two, being filled with store-bought ingredients that have about 20 bazillion ingredients that I’d rather not use. So it’s definitely a struggle for me…especially since all I ever want to do is build on flavors, tweak them and then just add one last thing to make them PERFECT. Sometimes all you need is salt, pepper and good olive oil (hello caprese). Chicken and Grilled Pineapple Stir Fry. Heyy!
Happy mid-week!! So I have been sitting here for the past 30 minutes just kind of brainstorming about what I should chat with you guys about today and so far I got, nottah. Other than the fact that I received this crazy mean email. Plus a few other not so awesome and or unfriendly things have happened recently and it’s totally got me wondering how people can be so mean sometimes. I mean, like high school is over. Whatever. Caramelized Farmers Market Veggies On Herbed Polenta. Alrighty, so I want to get to this recipe and all, but first… Can I rant/complain for like .89 seconds?
Ok, well it may take longer than that, but you know. My family keeps sending me snapchats of all the things I am missing out on. Think laying in the sun by the pool, diving boards, BOUNCE houses (what the, what…no fare!) Simple Summertime Basil Chicken Curry with Coconut Ginger-Lime Rice. - Half Baked Harvest. This is what I call summer cozy food.
Who says that because it’s summer we can’t have cozy food? Personally, I am all about the cozy foods. And yeah, maybe I love them just a little more come fall and winter, but summer needs a little coziness sometimes too.
Toddler Approved Vegetables - Easy Vegetable Curry. This vegetable curry only takes 15 minutes to prepare and is packed full of anti-inflammatory spices!
It’s also night-shade free and the first thing I’ll be making when we start our 30-day cleanse! When my son first started eating solid food, he would eat everything we put him in front of him. In the past 6 months or so, as he went from being a sweet baby to a toddler with a mind of his own, he decided that whatever HE didn’t want went straight onto the floor. Similar to my husband, he’ll eat any and all fruit.
He has a few other staples that he eats day in and day out, but he rarely will try new things for me. Since he’s not quite at the age where a threat of “no dessert” or “to bed on an empty stomach” will resonate with him, we’ve just followed my pediatrician’s advice and let him eat what he wants as long as he gets the nutrients he needs. Savory Oats Hash - Indian Oats Poha Upma. Zucchini Noodle Bowl + Peanut Sauce (Gluten-Free, Plant-Based) My perfect weeknight meal is packed with vegetables and whole foods, fills me up, and tastes delicious—all while being easy enough to put together quickly. 15-Minute Healing Meals are about feeding yourself well with minimal effort.
These recipes are designed to inspire you to cook something wholesome without interfering with everything else you've got going on. Healing Bowls with Turmeric Sweet Potatoes, Poached Eggs, and Lemon Dressing. Miso Breakfast Oatmeal. While brown sugar and cinnamon are all well and good, sometimes your oatmeal begs for something a little different.
It asks to be removed of its sugary stereotypes in order to play the savory card. Luckily oats really are a blank canvas, so they do that exceptionally well, as this salty, umami-rich miso breakfast bowl proves. The Case for Savory Oatmeal If you've never tried savory oatmeal before, this is your chance. Sure, there's nothing wrong with the usual sweet toppings, but oats are so customizable that it's doing them a disservice if you strictly limit them to what's expected. Here, steel-cut oats are simmered in miso-infused chicken broth instead of water, so that rich umami flavor soaks into each groat. Serves 4 to 6 4 cups (32 ounces) low-sodium chicken broth 1/4 cup red or white miso paste 1 cup steel-cut oats 4 to 6 large eggs, fried 4 scallions, white and green parts, thinly sliced Bring the broth to a boil over high heat in a medium saucepan.
Recipe Notes. Vegetarian Sushi Bowls Recipe. HEMSLEY + HEMSLEY - healthy food and living. Introduction Traditional risotto rice is refined and starchy which can often leave you feeling bloated and heavy by the time you’ve finished eating.
Texturally, quinoa seeds make an ideal substitute as well as adding a nutty flavour. As a bonus they are quicker to cook and add a good helping of protein to this dish - Italians please don’t be too annoyed, we know risotto means rice! Ideally, soak your quinoa the night before for better digestion and maximum nutrients, but if you can’t or don’t, don’t feel bad! Making the change to quinoa will be still be much better for you than rice – just make sure you rinse it well for a few minutes beforehand.
Roasted Tomatillo Chicken and Rice Bowls. Roasted Tomatillo Chicken and Rice Bowls!
I’ve been waiting for uuuuuu. Let’s just cut right to it –> the main idea here is that you eat a big bowl of savory, spicy, tangy AND creamy chicken with tomatillo sauce piled on rice and topped with colorful and crunchy things, and you feel really good about it. It’s one of my best ideas ever, which isn’t really one of my ideas, which is how all my ideas are – but this one was inspired by something I saw on the menu at a place called Sammy’s Bistro in Salt Lake City. Have you been? Have you ordered the Savory Chicken Bowl? It starts with pile of shredded chicken is taken in by a big bowl of homemade roasted tomatillo sauce with jalapeños, poblanos, roasted garlic, a huge mess of cilantro, and a touch of cream – and the saucy tomatillo chicken mixture is heaped over steaming rice and topped with just about anything you want: limes, cilantro, sour cream, or homemade fried tortilla strips.
Or homemade fried tortilla strips. Half Baked Harvest - Made with Love. Heyy! Happy mid-week!! So I have been sitting here for the past 30 minutes just kind of brainstorming about what I should chat with you guys about today and so far I got, nottah. Other than the fact that I received this crazy mean email. Plus a few other not so awesome and or unfriendly things have happened recently and it’s totally got me wondering how people can be so mean sometimes. I mean, like high school is over. Whatever. Half Baked Harvest - Made with Love. Are you guys ready for this? Monday? January? The first Monday of the new year…work…life…reality? Stir-fried millet with ginger, broccolini + fried egg. You may have noticed a little theme happening around here lately... and it begins with the letter M.
You'll see next month why I'm on a bit of a millet tangent at the moment, but for now lets talk about this beautiful gluten-free grain. If we're getting technical, it's actually a seed, native to Western Africa. Nowadays this nutritious grain is grown and eaten by many cultures throughout Africa, India, Asia and increasingly in the Western world. (Australia grows some really great millet, FYI).If you own my cookbook, you'll see that millet is something we eat often. Moroccan-ish sweet potato sunshine salad. Pin it! Pin it! I follow a lot of the fluffy and typical cute animal Twitter/Facebook accounts. I love stuff like this. I also get in a good half cry about every other day when I see a photo or video of an animal being reunited with a sibling or its favourite human, or stories of an abandoned/mistreated animal finally finding peaceful refuge.
Frequent contact with any number of species helps you understand some of the more important tenets of humanity, I think. When we adopted our little gal Cleo through a local rescue organization, we were able to do some digging into her past through some Facebook posts and timeline updates. Miso Veggie Breakfast Bowl + Asheville Photography & Fly Fishing Workshop (and a few words about fear) 2015. Whoa. I have sat down to write this post several times. To talk about how amazing 2014 was, and how this year is shaping up to be even more incredible. January is barely half over, and my year is already filled with travel plans. Tulum in less than a month. I am, by nature, a comfort zone–loving introvert.
Stepping outside my comfort zone has brought nothing but wonderful experiences. Half Baked Harvest - Made with Love. This is what I call summer cozy food. Turmeric Rice with Coconut Kale. For many years, I avoided turmeric. There was an accident in one of our early rental houses that left a counter completely stained thanks to a turmeric spill. Kale Rice Bowl Recipe. Hi all. Root Vegetable Salad with Pearl Couscous and Lemon-Tahini Dressing - Naturally Ella. Weeknight Recipe: Kimchi Fried Rice with Extra Greens Recipes From The Kitchn. Saffron Bulgur With Vegetables. © 2009 Green Kitchen Stories In our search for the best vegetarian christmas recipes we have come to a family classic. The first vegetarian christmas we celebrated (back in the 90′s), me and my sister looked through mum’s cook book shelf to find some kind of christmas recipe without ham, turkey or meatballs.
Green Rice with Smoked Paprika Recipe. This is the green rice recipe that got away from me. Black rice & spring vegetable pilaf. Coconut Quinoa Bowl Recipe. Persian-style pilaf with chickpeas, mint & harissa recipe. Yoga Pot. The New Yoga Pot. Barley, Smoked Paprika Red Potatoes, and Hard Boiled Egg - Naturally Ella. CAULIFLOWER "FRIED RICE" — bonberi.