If you want to make your side dish as special – or more special – than your entrée, you’ll want to sauté up this Mexican-style cauliflower rice! And you guessed it … there’s actually no rice in it. This recipe features cauliflower that’s pulsed into the shape of rice kernels. That means it’s lower in calories and carbs and higher in fiber than when using regular rice … if that’s important for you. While I recommend both rice (especially brown rice) and cauliflower, having options is always a smart idea.
Meet my plant-based baby bella, poblano, and corn tacos. They’re my favorite way to indulge in tacos any day of the week! The sautéed baby bella mushrooms in the filling create meatiness … no meat required. And the remaining ingredients are soooo flavorful. Hello warm spices and caramelized poblano peppers and corn.
I’ve got a cool new salad for you … a Peach Melba-Inspired Salad, that is! It’s kind of like a savory interpretation of peach melba, which is a classic dessert featuring peaches, raspberry sauce, and vanilla ice cream. In other words, it’s a leafy salad starring peaches in two ways, whole raspberries and, instead of scoops of ice cream, balls of plant-based cheese. It’s dressed with a lovely peach vinaigrette that I make with Karuna JOY-D Whole Plant Juice. Altogether, it’s fresh, vibrant, and aromatic … and fun to fix.
(Click on photo for full-size image!) Makes 4 servings: 2 cups each If you didn’t already know, I have a new cookbook, The With or Without Meat Cookbook! To give you a little taste, here’s a freebie recipe from it. Please let me know what you think of the book. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy this salad! When berries are in season in spring and summer, this stunning berry-bursting salad will be sure to strike your fancy. Luckily, you can make it all year long using frozen berries, too. Adorned with fresh basil, dressed in a perky lemon-berry vinaigrette dressing, and accented with natural almonds and more berries, it’ll actually seem a bit fancy, too. The bonus: it’s...
©Photographed by Stephanie M. Smith. Visit her Web site www.healthnut.zenfolio.com. (Click on photo for full-size image!) Makes 6 servings My fabulous intern, Stephanie Smith, and I came up with this “tasteover” together. We wanted to highlight fresh colorful berries in a comforting dessert. This raspberry-blackberry cobbler is the result. The photo speaks for the deliciousness, which is all thanks to Stephanie. Watch out world … a budding professional photographer is in the making. We hope you enjoy our cobbler. Let us know what you think! Calories Saved: 250