This southwestern omelette is one of my favorite dishes to make and eat any time of day. It makes for a delicious and filling breakfast, lunch or dinner. For me, the food you eat doesn’t necessarily need to be controlled by the time of day. I love eating some of my favorite foods even for breakfast. Since I love Mexican food, I got inspired by the flavors and created this awesome dish that anyone would love!
Mediterranean pasta w/tahini/sundried tomato dressing is one of tastiest pasta dishes I’ve made. Just like everyone else, I love pasta. Whether it’s alfredo, spaghetti with meatballs, pesto pasta you name it. This time I was in the mood for mediterranean flavors and since pasta is one of the fastest things to cook I decided to use that as my base and make a sundried tomato/tahini dressing to flavor the dish. It turned out amazing, so good that I decided to make a recipe for it. I’ve never made this dish before so I’m glad I remembered all the measurements of the ingredients. [Read more…] about Mediterranean Pasta W/Tahini/Sundried Tomato Dressing
I would’ve never thought that the combination of coconut and curry flavors would pair so well together. This coconut curry stew is a great example to show that combining those two ingredients, the flavor ends up tasty. I don’t often cook with coconut milk, but when I feel like a meal that’s different in flavor from my typical everyday meals then this is my go to. [Read more…] about Coconut Curry Stew – Comfort Soup
Quinoa veggie stir fry is one of my go to meals. In just under 30 minutes you can have a nutritious, filling and very satisfying meal. This quinoa veggie stir fry is very versatile. You can literally use any veggies you have in the fridge. That’s one of the things I absolutely love about stir fry’s. There are no “must” use vegetables and no “must” use seasoning. [Read more…] about Quinoa Veggie Stir Fry – Satisfying Meal
Falafel is my favorite type of vegetarian patty. I’ve had everything from black bean burgers to sweet potato burgers and I must say falafel remains my favorite. Not that I don’t like the other options, falafel is just my personal preference. Maybe because they’re so popular in the Middle East, and I grew up eating falafel sandwiches my whole life. It’s very common that people crave foods from their childhood, and a very clever way to still have those foods is to make them in healthier versions.
This miso udon noodle soup will really hit the spot if you’re looking for something filling, warm and comforting. It doesn’t require many ingredients and is so easy to make. The only one ingredient that most people won’t just have laying around the house would probably be the miso paste. But you can get that at any Asian market. [Read more…] about Miso Udon Noodle Soup