The sweet, tangy pineapple brightens this fried rice dish, and serrano pepper brings the heat. It comes together especially fast if you keep a pot of cooked brown rice on hand in the refrigerator to use for stir-fries, wraps, and as a complement for bean dishes throughout the week.
Give yourself the gift of variety! Every bite of this vibrant salad offers something fresh, whether it be the peppery flavor of arugula, the natural sweetness of red raspberries, or the savory warmth of roasted chickpeas.
This recipe is inspired by the ingredients of the traditional Peruvian causa, which is often made with lemon, mayonnaise, and egg. The exquisitely seasoned oyster mushrooms that serve as the stuffing give this plant-based alternative a unique touch.
This is a super easy and delicious way to bake tofu. Tossing the tofu cubes in almond meal and nutritional yeast before baking gives them a crispier texture, as well as a slightly nutty flavor. It’s a delicious addition to almost any dish that you would usually eat with tofu.
Using a pressure cooker makes this recipe extra easy, and using two different kinds of cherries makes all the difference. The balance between sweet and tart, the gorgeous color, and the loads of antioxidants make this a bold breakfast that you won’t want to skip.
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