This turmeric tahini dressing has a tangy, nutty and earthy flavor, and the vibrant golden yellow color makes any plain Jane dish look
This blackberry compote uses just 4 simple ingredients, blackberries, water, salt and chia seeds, and takes under 15 minutes to make.
Simplicity is what I’m about this time of year, and this basil walnut pesto is just that, simple, clean, light, fresh and the best part is that it pairs
This easy dairy free tzatziki is the lazy man’s way to make tzatziki. There is no peeling, grating or squeezing the cucumber. All you do is dice it in
This 5 minute pantry champagne vinaigrette uses 5 simple pantry ingredients, olive oil, champagne vinegar, dijon mustard, salt & pepper.
If you were to ask me what recipe I make the most often, it would be this lemon vinaigrette. This vinaigrette is a staple in my house and if I could bottle it and sell it, I would! This is the honestly the BEST AND SIMPLEST VINAIGRETTE and is my GO-TO for EVERYTHING! This lemon vinaigrette literally takes 5 minutes to make, and has no added sugar or other random ingredients that you can’t pronounce.
I’ve recently taught a few small cooking classes/demos and come to the realization that a lot of my local readers and friends are on the lookout for simple, tasty, easy, no-fuss recipes to add to their repertoire. Recipes that I think are simple and not exactly blog post worthy, are really what most people want to make, and have time to make. I’ve always assumed that everyone had a go-to guacamole recipe, knew how to make brown rice, or de-stem kale, but I’ve come to realize that not everyone knows these things, and most of the time will not admit it.
This crema is the perfect compliment for tacos, nachos, quesadillas, burritos and even tastes great alone paired with your favorite bag of chips. It also serves as a great dip for sweet potato fries!
What makes this wrap so good? Well, you take our favorite avocado-tahini dip, mix it in with some quinoa, black beans, a bit of melted Monterey jack and feta, throw in some sliced avocado, some spinach leaves, and wrap it all in a whole-grain tortilla, and oh my goodness, you have yourself one amazing wrap that’s not only healthy, but full of flavor.
I figured this mayonnaise finally deserved a post of its own instead of being hidden in the middle of a burger post. I make this mayo up way too much and my friends make it up as well and complain about having to scroll through a turkey burger post to get the recipe. Hey, I get it, it’s easier to just have a designated post for each recipe, right?