It is here! It is finally here!
I know I have been promising y’all a dal recipe for some time. And I have finally got around to posting about it. I know it makes absolutely no sense for me to be posting a warm, stew-like creature of a meal during some of the hottest days we have had thus far, but I cannot help myself! It is just so rich, so filling, and yet made of wholesome ingredients.
Plus, when warm stew-like creations ever stop me before? I’m melting and still rocking this.
Continue reading “Dal Stuffed Sweet Potatoes”
There’s something so comforting about the word porridge, right? Even if it is 90 degrees outside?
I mean, the word porridge just feels nourishing, right? Much more than warmed quinoa breakfast, am I right? And even as summer begins to poke over the horizon (thank GOODNESS) I still want that comfort that a warm bowl of porridge provides.
Then again, I am the kind of person who drinks hot coffee all year round
Continue reading “Soaked Coconut Quinoa Porridge”
I am the kind of person who craves hot coffee in 95 degree weather.
Likewise, I am the kind of person who loves a big, steaming bowl of beans even as the temperature warms up. We are in awkward times, in the beginning of April, with the temperature balmy enough to wear cutoffs one moment and then raining and dropping 40 degrees the next.
The only thing comforting in this situation is a big pile of carbs.
Continue reading “Coconut Beans and Greens with Sriracha Cashews”
March can be considered a tale of two months
On the one hand, there is all that beer and Irish potatoes (oh YES). Ugh seriously, I could dream about the bombardment of coconut and cinnamon Irish potatoes. And, after about 8 weeks of dieting, this is usually where a lot of people decide to forgo that protein shake for chocolate cake. Now, you might think it is bizarre that I am pushing for chocolate cake. But I like to keep it real with y’all and it can’t be any realer than a slice of molten lava cake.
Oh yeah. That ooze. Come to mama.
Continue reading “Roasted Carrot Soba with Miso Cashew Cream”
Can we just eat hummus for dinner and call it a day? Cool? Ok.
Because even though it might be Monday, I just have no desire to whip up something super fancy. This is definitely how I want my Monday to go down. A big bowl of hummus with some roasted squash, a big piece of fluffy pita, and maybe a glass of wine? Maybe two?
Hey, it is a Monday! And this definitely cancels out the donut I ate this weekend.
Continue reading “Triple Sesame White Bean Dip with Roasted Butternut”
Who said the healthiest recipes had to be salad? Seriously?
Because, you guys, we are heading into the home stretch of winter! And I know you are struggling to keep up with those New Year’s resolutions that you cannot bear to have another plate of cold vegetables. Let’s be real, the saddest thing to be ever said about a meal is it is another plate of cold vegetables.
Except I am a total freak and love me a good crudite platter. No? Whatever, more cold veggies for me!
Continue reading “Vegan Palak Paneer”
This post is sponsored by Wild Friends and Nancy’s Yogurt
Oh my just LOOK at this setup.
If you have been following me on Instagram or reading my recipes, I think y’all recognize that I LOVE me a good stew. Even in the summer, when everyone else just wants salad or some grilled chicken, I say bring on those roasty toasty kind of meals. Those meals that taste good sitting in fridge for a couple of days, the spices all mulling about for and playing off of each other. Those meals where you enjoy them more sitting in your leggings crossed legged on the couch with your fav blanket. Oh yeah.
It gets me tickled just THINKING about it.
Continue reading “Chickpea Peanut Stew with Cucumber Raita”
Say hello to your new Christmas tradition.
Or let us be real: this bowl can be an ANYTIME tradition. It is getting to be that time of the year where all I want are foods containing as many warming spices as possible. Do you know what I am talking about? We’re talking about punching up everything we know and love with turmeric, cardamon, cumin, cinnamon, and curry powder.Just trying to warm ourselves here inside and out.
It’s not even winter and I am already an ice cube.
Continue reading “Tandoori Turmeric Tofu Bowls”
I know what you’re thinking: really, Sarah, ANOTHER soup recipe?
And to that I say YES! REALLY! Soup is something I wait all year for. It is honestly one of my favorite meals in the winter. Soup and bread and a little green salad is basically all I want on a cold winter night.
Throw in some long johns and I am set. Aren’t I super fun?
Continue reading “Thai Curry Red Lentil and Sweet Potato Soup”