A healthy spin on this Korean staple, this quinoa bibimbap, made with fluffy quinoa, steamed vegetables and a fried egg, is a great alternative to takeout! We love Asian-inspired dishes in our house and often order them for takeout, but what we love most is remaking these dishes into healthy, nutrient-dense meals. Which is exactly […]
I first discovered egg drop soup a few years back – in fact, it was one of the very first recipes I ever posted on this blog way back in 2011. You can find it if you use my search bar… but I wouldn’t recommend it. The recipe itself is a little questionable, and the […]
I’m so flipping excited about this recipe! The name I’ve given it is a bit of a mouthful – roasted edamame noodle bowls with miso roasted aubergine and crispy kale – but really there are so many tasty bits in these noodle bowls that I didn’t want to leave anything out. SEO be damned. To […]
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I know a lot of people find tofu a bit hit or miss – when it’s nice and crispy it can be absolutely delicious, but if it’s cooked poorly, it can be really bad, with a slightly spongy, squidgy texture. If you’ve had trouble cooking tofu in the past, this is the recipe for you – […]
This rainbow vegetable quinoa stir fry is a one-pan meal that is ready in under 20 minutes. Easy to make, simple ingredients and over 17g of plant-based protein per serving! Last week I flew to California for a quick 36 hour trip an36-houre time I got home, I was totally beat. Even though I was flying […]
I didn’t use to like tempeh. Now, I do, thanks to easy, fool-proof recipes like this. Look at that saucy caramelization! Oof.
Any of you tempeh haters out there, prepare to be converted.
This recipe requires just 7 ingredients to make and involves the easiest preparation ever: Steam tempeh, make marinade, let marinate, BAKE. That’s it!
The only part that takes a little planning is the marinating.