Ingredients: Salad mixed greens (recommended 2-3 cups per serving) leftover falafels (recommended 2 per serving) 1/2 cup black olives (slides, halved, whole) Optional: small red onion cut into thin ribbons (recommended 1/4 per …Read More
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Any time can be falafel time. This flavorful and nutritious dish is a versatile personal favorite. From wrapped in pita bread to salads, even burgers and extra fillers for whole new dishes; this falafel recipe provides you one of a kind meal. You can freeze them for months or eat them fresh out of the oven, this no fry falafel combined with some tahini sauce will leave any mouth watering.
Ingredients: 1 cup sesame tahini 1/3 cup lemon juice [1-2 fresh lemons depending on size] 2-4 cloves garlic (minced) 1-1 1/2 cup water 1/2 – 1 tsp cayenne pepper 1 tsp salt [ground Himalayan …Read More
This sauce is versatile, easy to make, and can be stored for later use and last for weeks. Get started now and this savory sauce will be your new go to in no time.
There’s no other breading that compares to this gluten-free breading. The combined flavors of the peanuts and almonds amplifies any dish. It brings its own unique, full flavor to completely transform any vegetarian and vegan dish. It’s quick to make, long to last, and so versatile it often becomes your new go-to breading.
Seitan, also known as wheat meat. A food created by Buddhist monks is a vegan/vegetarian miracle food. It’s packed with tons of protein, vitamins, and is extremely versatile. Don’t miss out on this staple because it last for months and is perfect for all those wanting a ‘meaty’ dish in their life.
Ingredients: 3-4 medium-large beets [do not wash them] ½ tsp salt, garam masala, black pepper Note: If you don’t have garam masala, you can use a mixture of 1 tsp ground …Read More
From toasted walnuts, to caramelized onions, to roasted carrots, this red quinoa salad has it all. From a savory yet sweet sauce this roasted veggie salads is filling, flavorful, and extremely nutritious. It’s perfect for lunches during the work week, dinners as a side or main entree, and is a great party dish.