Middle Eastern Lentil Soup | Vegan Gluten Free

Middle Eastern Lentil Soup | Protein-Packed + Vegan

Middle Eastern lentil soup is delicious when done right – it’s warm, hearty, filling and nourishing. When I think of lentil soup, I think of the aromas of cumin and lemon. This soup is an easy way to get more legumes into your diet and it’s packed with protein for vegans and vegetarians. When you run out of ideas for what vegetarian protein to include … Continue reading Middle Eastern Lentil Soup | Protein-Packed + Vegan

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Mediterranean Roasted Cauliflower | A Warm Salad

Is there a thing such as a warm salad? If there is, this mediterranean roasted cauliflower would qualify. It’s a simple vegetable-forward dish that has the quintessential Mediterranean ingredients: olives, grapes, lemon and fresh herbs like parsley.   This roasted cauliflower method is much quicker than using the oven but still results in those beautiful char marks. Cauliflower is pre-cooked by boiling and then roasted … Continue reading Mediterranean Roasted Cauliflower | A Warm Salad

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Za’atar Cheese Flatbread

This za’atar cheese flatbread is something that you can whip up in just a few minutes. The herby za’atar spice and briny feta cheese go perfectly together on a warm flatbread like naan. You just need a few ingredients that come together to make this delicious and addictive appetizer or side dish! Za’atar is one of my favorite spice blends. It is a spice that … Continue reading Za’atar Cheese Flatbread

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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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Healthier Cream Cheese: Labneh

There’s no denying it, I love pretty much any cheese. I try to leave it out fairly often because it’s easy to go down a spiral where every meal includes or even focuses on cheese (which we all know is also usually paired with simple carbs). This simple recipe for labneh makes life easier – it’s a much healthier cream cheese, simply made with yogurt that’s … Continue reading Healthier Cream Cheese: Labneh

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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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Mediterranean Quinoa Burgers

The “what to eat for lunch/snack/dinner” struggle is real – am I right? I need variety but also just don’t have time to think. These mediterranean quinoa burgers have become the answer to that question; they’re now a staple at home . They go perfectly well with hummus and greek yogurt (almost a replacement for falafels). I also frequently eat them with a quick salad thrown … Continue reading Mediterranean Quinoa Burgers

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