Veggie burgers are an easy and satisfying meal to throw together. You can make them with just about any ingredient you already have. Shredded veggies and grains are popular options. My nut and seed burgers have grains along with many types of nuts and seeds making it rich with protein, not to mention flavor! Continue reading →
When I first came across the idea of peanut stew, I did not like the sounds of it. Peanuts will get soggy when they’re stewed, and that texture might be weird. They are great made into butter, however. The creamy butter from the peanuts is the star in this dish, not stewed peanuts. Don’t be afraid! Continue reading →
When I was a kid, scotcheroos were a thing. Way bigger and cooler than the rice crispy treat. In my adult days, I tend not to indulge in such treats because of their effect on my waistline. With these bars I decided to make an exception. They are my adult version of scotcheroos. I made the ingredients a little more wholesome, and the process a little more simple.
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.