This is a relatively easy dish to prepare, but with attention to detail, you can make it look like a work of sculpted art. And it’s not just something pretty to look at. Quinoa is the perfect light-but-fluffy grain to go with this creamy mushroom sauce.
That little bit of allspice gives this dish just the right amount of earthy sweetness, reminiscent of cinnamon or cloves. It’s subtle, but it does a great job of accentuating the other flavors in the beans and provides a fantastic contrast to the sriracha-spiced salsa.
This super easy noodle recipe is the perfect example of how a few well-placed garnishes can take a dish to another level. The crushed peanuts add textural diversity, the lime a splash of brightness that pairs really well with the spicier elements of the dish, and the Thai basil an aromatic freshness.
A hearty porridge that originated in Italy, polenta has a grainy texture that’s often compared to grits. In this dish, it goes really well with the smoothness of the avocado! It's hearty, tasty, and a great dish to make for large groups.
This is one of those dishes that you can have two or three times a week and still want more. To satisfy this craving, I often double or triple the sauce recipe, then keep it in my refrigerator or freezer, making it easier and quicker to prepare the next time.
This crowd-pleasing salad buddha bowl strikes a great balance between a wide variety of vibrant flavors. The peppery freshness of the arugula pairs wonderfully with the smoothness of the avocado. Add to that the heartiness of the sweet potato and a healthy scoop of quinoa, and it’s quite filling too!
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