This miso soup is fantastic for a cold winters day! Because of all the ingredients it can get pretty salty, so make sure you use reduced or low sodium broth! This recipe can also be easily made vegetarian by swapping out the chicken broth for vegetable broth and leaving out the fish sauce.
This Fall meal is full of healthy and delicious ingredients! Normally my husband shys away from meals without meat in them, but even he really enjoyed this dinner! The dressing really brings it all together for a savory dish.
Fritters are generally associated with things being fried, but these baked ones are delicious! I won't lie they aren't the pretties things, and they kind of look like colored clay when they cook, but they taste great!
This smoothie works great as a great dessert, especially if you use a frozen banana, then it will turn out more like a millkshake!
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 is a pretty basic omelet recipe, that can easily be built on! When I throw spinach and mushrooms in the pan, you could really add any vegetables you desire. Also the cheese can be substituted for cheddar or Parmesan if you prefer those.
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!
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.
Ran out of time this week, so here is a great staple recipe to add to your repertoire!
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!