Quick and Easy Shakshuka | 5 Ingredients

Shakshuka is a staple for me – breakfast, lunch, dinner. If I haven’t already eaten eggs that day, I tend to make it for dinner as it’s quite possibly the simplest dish to make. This quick and easy shakshuka with a tomato base is the simplest version of the Middle Eastern/Israeli dish you will come across. In an effort to be minimalist, I made this with … Continue reading Quick and Easy Shakshuka | 5 Ingredients

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Spicy Tofu Scramble | Nourishing | Vegan

If you’re familiar with the Indian dish Akuri, also known as masala scrambled eggs, you probably wouldn’t be able to guess that the dish in the photo below is made from tofu! The spices, onions and peppers gives this spicy tofu scramble a mild curry flavor and bright yellow color. I often incorporate tofu into meals that may not usually call for it. Because tofu … Continue reading Spicy Tofu Scramble | Nourishing | Vegan

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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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Spiced Beetroot Carrot Burger | Vegan

Ok, I’ll admit I was slacking a bit the last few times I made veggie burgers. Specifically in the add-on department. All the fun is eating the veggie patty with creamy avocado, caramelized onions, juicy tomatoes, spicy mustard, maybe a slice of cheese if you’re into that. I went all out this time when I made this spiced beetroot carrot burger.   It’s carrot season here … Continue reading Spiced Beetroot Carrot Burger | Vegan

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Spaghetti Aglio Olio with Vegetables vegan

Spaghetti Aglio Olio with Vegetables | Vegan

For me, the thing about pasta is that it’s a quick, delicious meal and if you do it right it can be healthy. When I feel like there’s nothing special in my fridge and I don’t know know what to make but I don’t want basic Indian food, this Spaghetti Aglio Olio with vegetables is what I make. It’s almost impossible to ruin it. If I’m … Continue reading Spaghetti Aglio Olio with Vegetables | Vegan

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Mediterranean Kale Salad | The Mediterranean Diet

I think I might be the Mediterranean Diet people’s poster child: I’m obsessed with all mediterranean flavors. I promise, I believed in it even before all these articles about good fats and the power of nuts and olive oil and all that came out. Why? Because nuts, olive oil, feta, greens, legumes just taste good when you season them with the right way. This Mediterranean kale … Continue reading Mediterranean Kale Salad | The Mediterranean Diet

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Savory Whole Grain Tart: Caramelized onions, Feta and Rosemary

Balthazar in New York is a classic spot – eat delicious food, people-watch, walk around Soho post a seriously satisfying meal, always complete with profiteroles. I have so many great memories. One of my favorite dishes there is the goat cheese and caramelized onion tart. It’s also sinfully rich – in a buttery, flaky crust with loads of goat cheese in a creamy filling scented with … Continue reading Savory Whole Grain Tart: Caramelized onions, Feta and Rosemary

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