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When visiting Mexico recently, we found a little gem in the heart of Puerto Vallarta called Salud Super Food. They had tons of delicious smoothies, perfect oats, and bowls. Their Mediterranean quinoa bowl struck my eye one day, and I’m so glad I gave it a try. The veggies were perfectly seasoned and saucy, and I managed to get my daily serving of greens in one bowl!

But my biggest takeaway? 

30-Minute Quinoa “Fried Rice” from Minimalist Baker →

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I couldn’t make enchilada sauce and not make enchiladas. It just doesn’t make sense.

And because I’ve somehow never put sweet potatoes in enchiladas (practically my favorite food), it had to be done. May we present EPIC Sweet Potato Black Bean (+ Kale!) Enchiladas!? Let us show you how it’s done.

This 9-ingredient recipe starts with perfectly roasted sweet potatoes cubed and tossed with smoky spices.

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Considering how much we love enchiladas, it’s insane that we didn’t have a go-to enchilada sauce recipe on the blog. Obviously, that had to change.

Meet your new best friend: saucy, spicy, red enchilada sauce ready in 30 minutes. Swoon! It’s so easy. Let us show you how.

The base for this hearty sauce is sautéed onion and garlic and a mixture dried chilies.

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Some recipes just happen (like this one). We had some leftover greens and a ripe mango and had just made some super saucy tempeh. I realized all that was missing was a little peanut dressing, and just like that, we had a delicious side on our hands. Bonus? It looks (and tastes) like a rainbow.

Care to make this easy 15-minute recipe with us? Gather your supplies and let’s make something tasty.

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If you’re in the mood for a grill-friendly recipe, look no further.

We’ve taken our love for tempeh to new depths with this Thai-inspired Tempeh Satay. It’s extremely flavorful, easy to make, and perfect for adding to just about any noodle or salad dish. Let’s do this!

This 10-ingredient recipe starts with a flavorful marinade infused with lemongrass, peanut butter, chili, garlic, turmeric, and lime.

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Have you ever tasted something so delicious it sent you straight back to your childhood or reminded you of an entirely different dish?

This was my exact experience when I popped one of these energy bites into my mouth. I thought, “Wow, this tastes like cake batter – like vanilla cake!” And thus, these vanilla cake bites were born.

These aren’t your average cake bites. They’re made with 6 wholesome ingredients and are oil-free, grain-free, and refined-sugar free!

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From time to time, I love sharing a recipe I’ve been making organically in my kitchen and enjoying on a regular basis. This smoothie is one of those recipes.

It all started with an obsession for banana and peanut butter, which goes way back to my favorite green smoothie.

Since then, my taste has become slightly more sophisticated and I’ve been enjoying more adaptogen and green powders in my smoothies for an extra boost of nutrition.

Peanut Butter Banana Green Smoothie Bowl from Minimalist Baker →

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If you haven’t caught on by now, we’re super into comfort food over here. And when it comes to Indian cooking, it doesn’t get much more comforting than kitchari.

Kitchari is a traditional Ayurvedic dish that’s typically made when someone in the family is under the weather. That’s because it’s comforting, gentle on the digestive system, and incredibly soothing.

Our inspired take on this flavorful dish uses cauliflower rice in place of basmati rice and can be served atop greens, grains, or roasted vegetables.

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Once you master the art of cooking beans, the world is your oyster. You can save money, control the ingredients you add to your food, and generally feel like a boss in the kitchen.

With that in mind, allow us to demonstrate how easy it is to make your own hummus – from scratch!

This 6-ingredient recipes starts with quick-soaking your chickpeas – which takes about 1 hour.

How to Make Hummus From Scratch from Minimalist Baker →

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While visiting our pal Jeanette recently in LA, I had a curried chickpea dish at Vibe that left me craving all the flavors when I got back home.

So I got to work and kept things simple. This dish requires just 30 minutes and 1 pot to create. It’s really stripped down to the essentials while keeping big flavor intact! Let’s cook, friends.

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