Easy Sweet Potato Veggie Burgers! With Avocado Crave a veggie burger. One with Panko-crusted edges - infused with tender sweet potato and creamy, rustic white beans. Tall stacked on a toasted grain bun - crisp romaine leaves sprawling out the sides. Lime green avocado. Dijon. These Sweet Potato Tahini Bean Burgers are super easy to make. How-to video added Oct 2014!.. Valentine's Day came and went just as it usually does. "A salad of baby greens, roasted baby beets, tangerines, smoked almond crusted ‘goat cheese’ flirting with a creamy shallot dressing" -RFD menu They were 'almond crusted' a slight smokiness to them. How was your VDay? And those tender crispy balls from RFD really inspired me to post one of my favorite easy veggie burger recipes. So today, I woke up. Easy Burger. I pan-fry. And I don't think I have to remind you how incredibly healthy sweet potatoes and beans are. The Patty. Kathy Patalsky Published 02/21/2012 Sweet potato veggie burgers with avocado, family-approved go-to dinner . Ingredients Instructions Nutrition
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25 HairStyle TUTORIALS & EXTRAS! Looking GOOD! With the holidays also come a bunch of parties! Some of them are just family gatherings, some other ones are work related and some are hosted by great friends. Whatever the occasion is I think we ladies deserve to look good, regardless of our age, size or taste. So I put together for today’s Sunday Best 25 tutorials of hair-styles and some few other EXTRAS for inspiration! The Messy Side Updo. What I like about this hair is that you can wear it casually or dress it up with some cute hair pieces for a more formal look. I love it! tutorial The Gibson Tuck Elegant, simple, chic… perfection! Her beautiful hair makes me want to color mine… I love the red! tutorial EXTRA: Greenlicious! I thought it would be fun to throw in this list some eye makeup tutorials also. This color palette is perfect for the Holidays! It would look great with brown eyes also… How do I know? I have done it! tutorial The Side Chignon You La La! So pretty and romantic! tutorial Side Knot Two minutes and you look fabulous!
Vegan Sloppy Joes - Super Bowl Recipes Every other Thursday, Gena Hamshaw of the blog Choosing Raw shares satisfying, flavorful recipes that also happen to be vegan. Today: For game day, feed your vegan friends these spicy, hearty, lentil-based sloppy Joes. Because they deserve something a little more special than chips and salsa. We’ve all had veggie burgers. Heck, we’ve had many of them. A vegan spin on sloppy Joes, however? Confession: These were my first sloppy Joes, too. Lentils are a perfect base for this meatless recipe: They’ve got protein and texture, they absorb flavor nicely, and they cook up fast. Needless to say, these Joes come just in time for game day. Vegan Lentil Sloppy Joes See the full recipe (and save and print it) here. Photos by James Ransom. Follow Gena Hamshaw Gena Hamshaw is a certified clinical nutritionist and the author of the blog Choosing Raw. Past articles from this author you'll love:
84th&3rd | Spicy Carrot, Tomato and Lentil Soup I love soup. I know, it’s a big statement. There is this little cafe downstairs from my day-job office. They are friendly, and they make a good cup of tea and they have soup at lunch….$8.50 soup. It does come with lovely bread, but really, $8.50? It is not any more expensive, and is actually at times cheaper, than any of the other cafes around. This soup was inspired by one of their regular ones, and it is so simple I have made it twice already. Also, winter is really getting to me this year. At $8.50 a bowl I had to give this a go. Spicy Carrot, Tomato and Lentil Soup Ingredients: 500g [1lb] carrots – approx 3 large or lots of small ones 1 large brown onion 1-2 cloves garlic 2 cans chopped tomatoes in juice* 3/4 cup dry French Green Lentils* 3 cans stock [or water with 2 tsp stock powder] 1 Tbsp Italian mixed herbs 1-2 tsp hot paprika [optional] Olive Oil, Sea Salt and Cracked Pepper Full Method in Under 100 words: Add lentils and spices and stir for a minute or two to combine. Serves 4-6
Tomato Sauce From Scratch August 1, 2008 Tomato Sauce From Scratch by IsaChandra At the end of the summer you might notice your Italian American friends unable to play croquet with you for an entire weekend because they’re “making sauce.” I was always really jealous of this ritual. Jealous because it was the essence of a domesticity that always seemed out of my reach. Homemade tomato sauce in all its glory While looking for some info on this here internet, I didn’t really find any really good directions for from scratch tomato sauce, so hopefully this little photo essay will be helpful. Michelle and I were painfully naive when we thought we would actually make enough sauce to jar it for the winter. Okay, make with the sauce! At least three big mixing bowls since there will be lots of transferring and prepping going on.A lot of ice for shocking the tomatoes once they’ve been blanched.An immersion blender or just a regular old blender.A big gigantic pot, or what I call a “soup kitchen pot.”A slotted spoon.
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Macaroni Peas recipe on Food52 Cooking is more fun with friends. Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join. Let's GoLearn more Join Our Community Follow amazing home cooks. Sign Up Author Notes: From River Cottage Veg, by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, who recommends garnishing with fresh basil and parsley. Serves 4 1 pound shelled small peas, fresh or frozen 10 ounces pasta, in a small shape (like macaroni, fusilli, orecchiette) 3 tablespoons butter 1 garlic clove, chopped 1/4 cup parmesan, coarsely grated Put on a large pot of salted water on to boil. This recipe is a Community Pick! Share this Recipe Tweet this Recipe Tags: pasta
Zucchini Ribbons « Cooking Cleverly For the first few months I lived here, I lived mainly off of pasta. In the past, I’ve tried to avoid such a large pasta intake – not only does it get boring, but it is usually some sort of carbohydrate-heavy dish drenched with fatty toppings. Despite these usual fears, though, pasta was a safe option in a world of unknown and un-findable food. Having explored the grocery stores a bit and discovered some delicious Indonesian dishes, I am again veering away from pasta. Zucchini is not something that has interested me much in the past. Now, I have. This makes for a super healthy, tasty, and practically calorie and fat free snack/side/meal. IngredientsZucchini Lemon Salt & Pepper Galic Olive Oil 1. 2. 3. Like this: Like Loading...
Tom's Kitchen: Roasted Broccoli with Garlic and Chile Pepper When you're cooking a big Thanksgiving dinner, you want at least one super-easy side dish to create time for wrestling with the turkey and making complicated desserts. I've got one for you: It's simple, quick, involves a vegetable that's in season across much of the the country, and really delicious (so I think). I'm referring to roasted broccoli. Broccoli is a somewhat loathed vegetable, probably because it's often steamed to the mush phase and spiced with little more than a squeeze of lemon. This is a dish to convert the broccoli-skeptical. And while it works well as a side, you can also turn it into dinner by tossing it with pasta, parsley, toasted walnuts, and grated hard cheese. Roasted Broccoli with Garlic and Chili Pepper Serves four as a side 2 big heads of broccoli Extra-virgin olive oil Sea salt Freshly ground black pepper 3 cloves of garlic 1 fresh red-hot chili pepper; or a good pinch of crushed chili flakes A lemon for squeezing; or red wine vinegar