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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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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Spaghetti with Pesto and Green Beans | A Classic Ligurian Pasta

I’m biased towards winter vegetables like cauliflower and broccoli, so when the hot Indian summer comes around it can be a struggle for me. Most of the seasonal vegetables available (especially in Calcutta) are ones I have never heard of, let alone know how to cook. The Eastern region of India has its own set of leaves and vegetables, most of which are foreign to me. … Continue reading Spaghetti with Pesto and Green Beans | A Classic Ligurian Pasta

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Tofu Steaks | How to Make Tofu Taste Good

If you’ve been trying to or want to include more tofu in your diet but don’t know where to start, this is for you. A tofu dish doesn’t have to translate to just Asian food – I’ve found plenty of ways to make it taste great, maybe even better than it does in a typical Chinese stir fry or Thai curry (see also: my tofu tacos). … Continue reading Tofu Steaks | How to Make Tofu Taste Good

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Chocolate Mousse Shots | Eggless, Gluten Free, Grain Free, Low Carb, Quick!

This recipe is one of my new favorite when it comes to chocolate desserts – it’s easy, completely fuss free, eggless, gluten free, grain free, low carb and quick! Does it get better than this? Not really, if you ask me. As long as you stick to these exact proportions and use the best quality chocolate you have available, you’re set to make these perfectly … Continue reading Chocolate Mousse Shots | Eggless, Gluten Free, Grain Free, Low Carb, Quick!

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Lemon Cupcakes | A Springtime Classic

In a departure from my usual style, this recipe is not vegan, gluten free, whole grain or healthy. Instead, it’s a celebration of spring! The bougainvillea plants are blooming on our terrace and I couldn’t resist the beauty and brightness they add to the scene; the lemons these days are spotless, smooth and fragrant. These lemon cupcakes that are so good they don’t need any kind … Continue reading Lemon Cupcakes | A Springtime Classic

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Nutty Chocolate Buckwheat Granola

These last couple of months, I’ve rediscovered the warmth and heartiness of a bowl of oatmeal at breakfast. I ran out of the store-bought Swiss granola I usually top it with and decided to make my own nutty chocolate buckwheat granola this time around. I thought to make a granola that incorporates more of other grains rather than just oats; buckwheat is perfect for this purpose because it … Continue reading Nutty Chocolate Buckwheat Granola

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