Yes, that is right. We are making slaw with cheese and nuts today. This red cabbage feta and candied almond slaw is almost more like a salad. It has a sharp and savory vinaigrette like a salad, but the red cabbage really eats more like a slaw. Whether you think it should be called a slaw or a salad is up to you. Once you try this recipe, you will be hooked! Continue reading
Posted in Appetizer, Gluten Free, Gluten Free Dishes, Quick and Easy, Salad, Side Dish
Tagged Cheese, Garlic, Nuts, Quick and Easy, Red cabbage, Vegetarian
About a month a ago, I started my Asparagus Mini Series, where I highlighted recipes using asparagus. Asparagus is my favorite spring-time vegetable that I only get when it is locally available. Asparagus is sooooo much better when it is fresh! This balsamic asparagus barley bowl recipe was developed shortly after I completed the mini series, but was still worthy of sharing before next spring! Continue reading
This is post #2 for my Asparagus Mini Series! Bowl meals are all the craze right now. And rightfully so. They are very easy for both prep and clean up! Mix it together in a big bowl, and serve in little bowls. Easy-peasy! I love them because they include whole grains, with lots of veggies. Asparagus is the star in my asparagus artichoke millet bowl. Continue reading
Posted in Gluten Free, Gluten Free Dishes, Grains, Quick and Easy, Salad
Tagged Artichokes, Asparagus, Feta, Garlic, Herbs, Quick and Easy, Vegetarian, Whole grain
I love to eat salads at restaurants. They are always so much more indulgent than the salads I tend to make at home. After trying blue cheese wedge salad at many restaurants, I couldn’t resist remaking the recipe at home. This salad recipe is made with iceburg lettuce. This is the only time I use iceburg in my kitchen. Other lettuces don’t hold up to my standards for a wedge. The crispness and texture are perfect, and I can indulge in my blue cheese obsession. The only true down side to iceburg lettuce is that it is not nutritious like other leafy greens. Continue reading
Some girls are over the moon chocolate fans. Or they swoon over a slice of decadent cake, or a soft and chewy cookie. I’m not that well acquainted with my sweet tooth. It’s there, but when I crave something indulgent, it is usually savory. This blue cheese dressing comes to the rescue for me. Sharp, salty and creamy, and all the more, ready and waiting to dress a salad or dunk a veggie stick! Yum! Continue reading
I didn’t grow up eating a lot of salads. But boy do I love them now! Anything can be tossed together and called a salad. This salad is traditional in the sense that I use greens to bulk it up. Roasted potatoes and flaky trout make this dish incredibly filling, which is rare to find in a salad. Pair it with the creamy dilled dressing and you have a winner!
Greek is one of my favorite salad types. Greek salads always include bold flavors and lots of color! This salad is perfect for the summertime using fresh and widely available produce, like cucumbers and tomatoes. I like to make a big batch to take to work all week long. Everyone is jealous at lunch time when I open up my mug!
Posted in Grains, Salad, Vegetarian Main Dish, Vegetarian Main Dishes
Tagged Beans, Cheese, Cucumber, Garlic, Olives, Tomatoes, Vegetarian, Whole grain
This recipe has become a favorite that we eat almost every weekend. Its fast, fresh, and delicious! Welcome, my friends, to the joy of a tasty peanut noodle salad with not only one, but two cabbages!
Cabbage is a cruciferous vegetable (along with others like broccoli and kale) and is full of nutrients that are beneficial to health. I love that cabbage lasts a while in the refrigerator and is easy to toss into just about any salad.
Salads are awesome. In any shape or form. Combining simple ingredients with a flavorful sauce or dressing is pure genius. Today’s salad is made with Japanese soba noodles, broccoli, and tofu. It is very simple, then you add the sauce and voila! It’s an awesome salad.
You can swap in your favorite veggie or protein source to customize this salad. I love the texture of a good pan seared tofu bite, with the crunchy broccoli, but you may prefer some chicken with snow peas. Go with the flow, do as your heart desires.