What exactly is fuchsia fun sauce? It’s just an easy roasted beet sauce. But I prefer my name for it because, after all, it’s fuchsia, it’s fun, and it’s a sauce!
Meet Jasmine Green Tea Grain & Herb Salad … my newest grain salad, just in time for spring. You probably know by now that I’m a big fan of farro salads. So, I figure it’s time to share my 2021 twist on it.
One of my favorite childhood memories is picking fresh grape leaves with my mom. And one of my all-time favorite foods is stuffed grape leaves. It’s definitely my kind of comfort food. While my Lebanese mother made grapes leaves exactly the same way every time … by taste and feel, not by recipe … I like to go rogue from time to time. That’s what I did here. I guess you can say I actually went rather rouge! Instead of a traditional plant-based version, I used red rice and snuck in some beets. Though nothing will ever replace classic stuffed grape leaves, this is definitely a fun one to serve up!
You can’t “beet” this! While I adore hummus (and so many other classic dips), I whip up this easy roasted beet dip when I want a change of taste — or a pop of vibrant color — or both. I love that all it takes is three plant-based ingredients—beets, tahini, and lemon juice — plus sea salt. It’s got the perfect touch of savoriness and hint of natural sweetness, too. Plus, it’s party friendly and beyond gorgeous to look at!
Move over traditional hummus! This new twist on the dip uses white beans to allow all flavors to shine through. It’s prettier thanks to beets! (Hint: It’s okay to use the pre-packaged type to save time.) And it’s nutritiously intriguing thanks to poached pistachios, made simply by simmering shelled pistachios in water for 20 minutes. Pair with sliced cucumbers, jicama, or whole grain pita chips. Enjoy as a sandwich condiment, too. Calories saved: 34 Why it’s better for you? Both traditional hummus and this version are good for you. What’s interesting about this recipe is that you’ll get lutein and zeaxanthin from the pistachios and betalain from the beets! Disclosure: I developed this recipe for Wonderful Pistachios as part of...