Taco Salads are loaded with protein, tons of vegetables and bursting with flavor and crunch! This meal can be made in 5-10 minutes. It’s a matter of how fast you can chop, pulse and top.
This soup has definitely got some Thai to it, but you’ll also find some Caribean flavors and a bit of India in there, too. Hence Thai Fusion! This is an incredibly rich and flavorful dish with a complex flavor, but it’s really easy to put together!
Turmeric is a wonderful spice: a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, brilliant color, and delightful taste. Just lovely. It makes a great key player in a salad dressing for all those reasons! Your salad will be beautiful, and with all the wonderful nutrients you’ll be getting, from this turmeric dressing, so will you! You can store it in your fridge for a few days and enjoy this superfood salad dressing again.
Sometimes you just feel like something crispy and savory. These zucchini chips will satisfy your need for a crunchy snack, but without any of the fats and super-saltiness of your regular potato chips. It only takes a few minutes to whip these chips up, so they make for easy as well as great snacking. There’s no reason why munchies can’t be healthy!
Did you know that eating spicy food might just be really good for you? As if we needed another reason to feel the burn!
Cauliflower may not have wings, but neither does a buffalo. You don’t need to eat a chicken if you’re looking to get your spice on. All you need is some crispy cauliflower, a handful of spices, and a tall glass of water (just in case!).
As any spice junky can tell you, no buffalo “wing” is complete without an equally tasty dip. And since we’re talking buffalo, it might as well be a ranch dip! Creamy and tangy with avocado and lemon, it provides a great contrast to the hot hot heat of the cauliflower.
These buffalo “wings” are a great party snack. If you’ve got a few friends coming round, you can easily scale the recipe up.
It’s always guac-o-clock somewhere!
Sure, you could make guacamole with an avocado and a bit of tomato and salt. You could. But you wouldn’t, because you are a dynamic, exciting, and adventurous soul gleefully exploring the potential of the universe! What you need is Super Guacamole! And here it is.
Unlike the super versions of other types of food, super guacamole is still pretty quick and easy to make. But that little bit of extra effort sure goes a long way to take you from guacameh to guacamazing. The word is pretty fun, too.
What really dials up the volume on this guacamole is the corn and the cumin. I’ve never had corn in my guac, which is silly because corn is perfect for guac! Sweet with a little bit of texture. Corn and avocado, what a neat thing.
Obviously, a great way to enjoy super guacamole is on super tacos. And then you can have choco tacos for dessert to complete your balanced taco meal. Also great as a dip for veggies!
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: zucchini noodles are out of this world. If you’ve got that friend or family member who just doesn’t get how you can be satisfied on a raw, plant based diet, then put 10 minutes aside and make them a serving of this wicked zucchini noodle curry.
Of course, if you’ve been around the raw-food block once or twice, you know all about the wonders of zucchini noodles. And that’s where the subtle brilliance of this simple recipe comes in. When you think curry, you probably think spicy. And with curry powder, chili paste, and cayenne, this zucchini noodle curry delivers.
But you probably also think creamy. Most vegan curries I’ve come across have turned to coconut milk to provide that rich texture, and there ain’t nothing wrong with that. Here we see a different approach, with cashews and avocado stepping up to the plate to thicken things out. But fear not, oh lovers of coconut, for the subtler presence of coconut water will still be bringing that tropical taste we all love.