Everyone knows soup is one of the best things to eat and what you want when you're sick. The classic "Chicken Noodle Soup" is known as the "get well" soup. So I decided to create my own plant-based, oriental-inspired version of it. I love oriental soups, but I can't always have them since soy and … Continue reading Kale & Chickpea Udon Noodle Soup
Finally! Been working on it for a while and didn't realize how much I had on the other website until I started moving the information over. Glad I did though. I'm able to do a lot more here then I was able to before. There will probably be more changes coming soon, but the posts will … Continue reading Recipes Transferred to Blog!
Something quick and simple for lunch or dinner. I love tomato basil soup, it's something I can always count on!
Who doesn't want BBQ pulled pork sandwiches?? Especially when you live in Texas! This is another one of our favorites and something that I can always make plenty for both of us for the next day's lunch or dinner. You can always cut the recipe in 1/2 if it's just for 2 people. I usually make my … Continue reading Pulled Jackfruit / Pork Sandwiches
This is a great recipe that's quick and something that you can have as a side for almost any meal. I don't really have any specific measurements since it depends on how much you want to make and how big your skillet is. I usually use a 12 inch skillet. Adapted from: Chloe's Kitchen: 125 … Continue reading Sauteed Kale with Garlic and Lemon Juice
This you can make one of two ways - with dried or canned beans, depending on your time. Cooking beans from scratch is the way to go for many reasons - no added salts, right texture, the sugars can break down better giving you less digestive troubles - but canned beans are a savior when … Continue reading Baked Beans
Holy cow! This is a crowd pleaser if I ever saw one! It takes some time getting it all prepped and ready to go in the oven, but you can prepare the filling and the sauce ahead to save on time. And don't be scared to make a double batch. It takes about the same … Continue reading Green Chili Enchiladas
Borracho "drunken" beans is something that takes a while to make, if you do it right, but doesn't require a lot of your time. I always make enough to save for the rest of the week for lunch, another dinner, and they're not bad for breakfast burritos either. "Go home beans, your drunk!" Adapted from: … Continue reading Borracho Beans (Plant-Based)
James is very picky about his rice. And this was a winner! Who knew rice could be so hard to get right? You could use brown rice instead of white, just make sure to check the liquid since you might need to add a little extra at the end and let it cook a few minutes … Continue reading Mexican Rice
Spaghetti with arrabbiata (angry) sauce was something I tried and never looked back. And once I made James' sauce with hot Italian sausage, it's the only way he wants spaghetti now. I've found myself scrounging for the last jar of arrabbiata sauce at the store and finding out there's none left. So desperation made this … Continue reading “Angry” Spaghetti