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A quick and easy meal for any time of day and a great use up for leftovers.
These mini frittatas have saved me many morning when I otherwise wouldn’t have time for breakfast. It’s so easy to heat up a couple and pop them into my purse to eat once I arrive at the office.
Turkey sloppy joe sauce is an easy and versatile basic dish you can reinvent any night of the week.
This dish started out as a way to use up the tiny broken chips at the bottom of the white bean chips bag. You see I have been collecting them in a quart jar…and the jar was full!
A simple and delicious veggie dish that combines the best of italian pasta and roasted vegetable leftovers!
Primavera is the Italian word for Spring. However, this dish screams autumn. Anybody know what the Italian word for Autumn is? Pasta Autumn just doesn’t have the same ring. Yep, I’ll stick with Spaghetti Squash Primavera year round.
What’s the difference between Chicken Tikka Masala and Tikka Makhani (Butter Chicken)?
When researching the recipe for this dish, I found that the recipes are often interchangeable. I dug deeper and found that masala is spicier and uses white meat and makhani includes butter and dark meat. Mmmm. Give me the dark meat any day!
I’m so excited to present you with this recipe for Tahdig, or as I think of it, rice hash browns! Yeah, that’s where my mind goes when I see a pan-fried salty starch that goes great with a tomato-based sauce. 🙂
Not long after I started making green smoothies, I discovered the need for a non-sweet smoothie. I’m all for a purple berry explosion of a smoothie but not every day. I still have a sweet tooth, but what I consider to be too sweet has changed drastically since I went paleo-ish.