This hearty fall salad combines some of my favorite cool-weather flavors. The sweet potatoes are tossed in chili powder and cinnamon giving this salad a warm kick while the pear adds a cool, crisp crunch. It has so much flavor that it is paired best with a light balsamic or vinaigrette dressing.
After a nice long vacation from cooking, I’m feeling fresh and excited to try out some new recipes! This triple berry chocolate quinoa bowl is the perfect weekday breakfast. It comes together quickly and doesn’t require a lot of active attention. Better yet, the leftovers are yummy warm or cold!
Does anyone else forget how easy it is to make hummus? It always sounds like so much work, but realistically it takes only 5 minutes! I like to cook a bag of chickpeas and make a few different flavors at once. My personal favorite is the lemon spinach hummus. It’s perfect on a sandwich or with sweet potato chips!
I’m pretty sure that this recipe makes me an official southerner. Chicken and waffles is such a classic dish here in North Carolina. This dish will impress vegans and meat eaters alike. Serve it to guests for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! This recipe makes 4 crispy "chik'n" seitan cutlets and 4 cornbread waffles!
In case you didn’t know by now, I absolutely love the versatility of jackfruit. This cajun-braised jackfruit is the first jackfruit recipe I ever made and it is still my favorite. We make this recipe almost every week. This jackfruit is perfect for grain bowls, tacos or just on it’s own! I recommend pairing this spicy jackfruit with coconut rice and black beans!