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Baked Cauliflower Falafel with Almonds and Broccoli Seed Sprouts

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com Falafel gets a healthy makeover! These flavourful baked falafels are better than the real deal, because they are made with cauliflower, broccoli sprouts, white beans, almonds and einkorn flour! It makes a great lunch paired with salad greens, extra roasted cauliflowers, Feta and a refreshing yoghurt dressing. Cauliflower Falafel Cumin Roasted Cauliflower Salad & …

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LOW CARB VEGGIE CHICKEN TENDERS

3 tsp canola oil, divided1 lb chicken strips or tenders2 tsp Italian seasoning1/4 tsp salttwo or three grinds of fresh ground black pepper3 medium carrots, diced fine2 medium ribs of celery, diced fine3/4 cup chopped onion1 can (14.5-oz) diced tomatoes including juice1 garlic clove, minced In a large nonstick skillet heat 2 teaspoons of the oil over medium-high heat. Sprinkle …

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Spicy Pork & Vegetable Tofu – Probably Not Mapo Tofu

This might look like I was trying to make a version of a famous Chinese dish called mapo tofu, but that’s not the case, and in fact, I’m pretty sure I was making this before I knew what mapo tofu was. And now that I’ve addressed the people that were going to complain this isn’t authentic, we can continue. I’m …

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Summer Tomato Tart – Better Than a Nude Beach

One of these days Michele and I will travel to the south of France, where we’ll make it a point to eat this amazing tomato tart at least once a day. It’s going to be hot, since we’ll have to go in the middle of summer, so we can enjoy the best possible tomatoes, but that’s fine, as long as …

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Beluga Lentil Salad with Padrón Peppers and Sweet Potatoes

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com This feel-good salad with two of my favorite things, lentils and sweet potatoes, partnered with heirloom peppers and sundried tomatoes to create a dish that’s filling, healthy and delicious. By providing both high fiber and protein, the lentils make this salad filling enough to be a meal by itself or a side dish with …

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Black Rice with Cauliflower Hummus

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com Black rice, leftover roasted chicken, and a veggie boosted roasted hummus with cauliflowers – a healthy and flavour-packed meal ready in 40 minutes. If you aim to go vegan, just leave out the chicken or use any desired vegetarian protein, like seitan or tempeh. Black Rice with Leftover Chicken Cauliflower Hummus 200 g Black …

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White Asparagus with Saffron Silky Tofu Dressing – Vegan, Gluten-Free

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com White asparagus must be peeled, as the outside is fibrous and bitter. They have an earthier, nuttier and sweeter flavour than the usual green variety, and can be enjoyed raw or cooked. Though white asparagus is traditionally served very simply, just with parsley potatoes and a generous helping …

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Celery Sorbet – It Only Sounds Crazy

If you set out to make an ice cream or sorbet from a vegetable, celery wouldn’t be your first choice, but nevertheless, these unremarkable ribs produce a shockingly delicious frozen treat. And, I said “frozen treat,” instead of dessert for a reason, since this has as many savory applications as sweet ones. The first time I ever had something like …

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Broccoli Mung Bean Falafel

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com There is nothing better than homemade falafel and these baked broccoli falafels with mung beans are super easy, healthy, and flavourful. Enjoy them for a meat free lunch or dinner with avocado sauce or garlicky-yoghurt dressing. Falafel Roasted Sweet Potato Avocado Sauce 100 g Mung beans, cooked 150 …

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Sweet Potato Pan-Dumplings with Bacon Butter – Good Save

What started out as a tragic, waterlogged disaster of a sweet potato dumpling attempt, turned into a triumph we’re calling  “pan-dumplings.” As usual, I did little to no research, so someone may have already invented pan-dumplings, but until I hear from you, I’ll be taking the credit. I really liked being able to spoon the dough/batter directly into the pan, …

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