Creamy Chickpeas | Goes With Everything

It’s easy to run out of ideas for what to eat for lunch and dinner, especially when you don’t have anything prepped already (mentally or physically). I try to avoid this problem by always keeping a few essentials ready in my kitchen that I can “mix and match” to suit my mood. Chickpeas and spinach are always on my essentials list – I created this recipe … Continue reading Creamy Chickpeas | Goes With Everything

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Easy Homemade Granola | Vegan Option

Granola is one of those things that you can eat just about anytime – I keep a jar on hand and go between eating it plain and on top of my breakfast oatmeal. In its crunchy cluster form, it’s also one of my favorite travel snacks. There’s a reason it became so popular as a “hippie health food” – hate it or love it, you … Continue reading Easy Homemade Granola | Vegan Option

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Buckwheat Crepes | A French Classic Made Easy

Buckwheat crepes always seemed too difficult to make at home – I imagined that there was some secret method that brought out the best of that toasted nutty buckwheat flavor. I tried to make them a few times, but they never tasted quite like the ones I’ve had at small French cafes in New York or even at Suzette, the well-known creperie in Bombay (and … Continue reading Buckwheat Crepes | A French Classic Made Easy

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Zucchini Spaghetti with Red Pepper Pesto | Vegan

Zucchini has my nomination for vegetable of the season – if you’ve been following my recent recipes, you’ll see that I’ve used it in everything from taco lettuce wraps to double chocolate zucchini oat muffins. And because it’s so easy to cook with and has the lightest flavor, it really does work in anything. For this healthy dinner of zucchini spaghetti with red pepper pesto, … Continue reading Zucchini Spaghetti with Red Pepper Pesto | Vegan

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Healthy Zucchini Chocolate Oat Muffins | Gluten Free

Zucchini’s mild flavor makes it a prime candidate for including it (or for some, hiding it) in cakes, muffins and sweet breads. It takes on the other flavors that it’s paired with beautifully and in turn shares its juicy qualities to make a rich, moist and soft texture. These healthy zucchini chocolate oat muffins wrap up good-for-you ingredients like oat flour, yogurt, cocoa and zucchini into a … Continue reading Healthy Zucchini Chocolate Oat Muffins | Gluten Free

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Tofu Veggie Lettuce Wraps | Vegan

The third and final post in my summer series is a recipe for these delicious, crunchy tofu veggie lettuce wraps. I was inspired by the classic lettuce wraps at P.F. Changs, an Asian-themed restaurant that is found across the U.S. and now also in other parts of the world. I used tofu and green beans (which are in season) and complemented them with a ginger-garlic sauce … Continue reading Tofu Veggie Lettuce Wraps | Vegan

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Rainbow Vegan Taco Lettuce Wraps | Summer Lunch

Summer eating is a totally different ballgame in India: keeping hydrated, staying light but still ensuring that you are well-nourished is a careful balance to strike. I’ve been responding to the heat by focusing on eating fresh, in season vegetables as you may have read in my previous post featuring a recipe for whole wheat spaghetti with pesto and green beans. These rainbow vegan taco lettuce … Continue reading Rainbow Vegan Taco Lettuce Wraps | Summer Lunch

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