Working from home? If so this sandwich makes a quick and delicious lunch. It takes about 15 minutes in total, or you can cook up multiple breasts and eat the leftovers for lunch! This sandwich also goes great with some avocado on it or fresh tomatoes, if you can have those!
Rosemary Sweet Potato Fries
These baked sweet potato fries make for a healthy side burgers and meatballs. When cooking with this recipe, make sure you crush the rosemary beforehand, this releases the oils and makes it more flavorful! I used vegan mayo as my condiment of choice to go along with it, but whatever you prefer, works!
This recipe is great for any hot summer day! I used corn tortillas that I heated up in a skillet on the stove top, but other types of tortillas work well too. Also cojita cheese can be substituted for feta if that is preferred!
Thai Chicken Wraps
This recipe is a great summertime recipe. The cilantro and basil makes it nice and refreshing, perfect for dinner of lunch. Note: fresh basil can be a trigger for some people's acid reflux so it is listed as optional, but it really does add some great flavor to the dish.
Sweet Potato Hash
This recipe is so versatile! You can serve it with egg and have it for breakfast, you could add some cheese and eat it in a tortilla, serve it as a main course or as a side dish! It's good pretty much any time of day!
Raita (Yogurt Sauce)
This delicious Indian yogurt sauce made with refreshing cucumber is the perfect summer side! It can be served as dip for breads, like naan, or put over top of grilled chicken or even on a sandwich! I personally prefer it without adding feta cheese to it, but my husband prefers it with, it definitely gives it more of a sour taste.
Herb Roasted Potatoes
Ran out of time this week, so here is a great staple recipe to add to your repertoire!
Dairy-Free Swedish Meatballs
Did you know Swedish Meatballs are actually Turkish? I didn't until recently! My husband loves this dish, it's a great comfort food dish for any day of the week! The coconut cream really gives it the desired thickness and creaminess, and you can't taste the coconut!
Sautéed Beet Greens
This is flavorful way to use those beet greens from your garden, you can also use Swiss chard or collard greens and it turns out great!
Pork Wraps with Quinoa and Roasted Chickpeas
These wraps make great leftovers for lunch the next day, and can be eaten either hot or cold!