Summer weather is upon us in our part of the world and that means one thing to us: Grilling season!
These grilled fish tacos are my take on the fish tacos we’ve enjoyed while traveling to beach towns where the fish is fresh, the tortillas tender, and the salsa light and flavorful. Plus, just 10 customizable ingredients and 30 minutes required! Let’s do this.
We’ve previously shared a recipe for Gado Gado — a quick, simple, and flavorful Indonesian-inspired dish perfect for weeknight cooking. We love that recipe so much we wanted to share a slightly different, but equally simple and delicious variation.
This version uses sweet potato instead of carrots, swaps the red cabbage for extra green beans, and includes an optional egg. Oh, and we kicked things up a notch with a spicy version of the peanut sauce.
If you couldn’t already tell, falafel is one of our absolute favorite Mediterranean dishes (see exhibits A, B, C, D, and E).
And although these falafel are amazing on their own, adding them to pita wraps with hummus and greens brings them to the next level. Plus, they’re incredibly simple to make — coming together in just 30 minutes.
The falafel are packed with flavor (hello, garlic and cumin!), loaded with fiber and protein from chickpeas and oat flour, and have plenty of green vibes from fresh kale!
I hosted a ladies’ brunch recently and was looking for a “meaty” side to accompany the mains I was serving.
And while I already have recipes for eggplant and coconut bacon on the blog, I was craving mushrooms because they mock the texture of meat so well. After some experimenting with both portobello and shiitake mushrooms, I settled on this beauty of a recipe.
Friends, behold Portobello “Bacon” — just 10 ingredients and simple methods required!
If you haven’t tried our Fluffy Vegan Scrambled Eggs yet, now is the perfect time to put this genius egg-free recipe to use!
This version was adapted to be perfectly suited for a frittata topped with the seasonal vegetables of your choice. Not only is it delicious, it’s also easy to make with just 10 ingredients required. Let’s get started!
The base of this frittata starts with soaked split mung beans, also known as “moong dal.”
Sometimes life just calls for a waffle. Just like life sometimes calls for a naked Saturday or an evening of doing nothing but eating ice cream and watching touching documentaries on Netflix that make you cry over people’s personal triumphs. Because sometimes, all that will scratch that itch in life is a little self-indulgence.
While I would put these waffles in the “indulge” category, they’re definitely a healthy indulgence.
Any time I eat bibimbap it takes me back to the first time we visited South Korea in 2013. It was our first trip abroad and we visited friends who showed us around and taught us the way of bibimbap, which means “mixed rice” in Korean.
Let me show you my inspired take with this Easy Bibimbap with Gochujang Sauce—perfect for weeknight meals, hosting, and beyond!