no cook recipe: tomato and tofu wrap with avocado pesto

ever since i saw the two words “avocado” + “pesto” together when i looking at Buzzfeed’s list of “Healthiest … Recipes to Save for Later“, i knew i had to try it. Continue reading “no cook recipe: tomato and tofu wrap with avocado pesto”

recipe: hearty beef chili

i planned for little one and i to make cornbread together so i decided the dish to go with it would be chili! usually i leave chili for m to make Emeril’s vegetarian chili but since i had some ground beef defrosting, i decided to try something new. Continue reading “recipe: hearty beef chili”

no cook recipe: spicy and non spicy sweet bell pepper hummus

i was craving hummus the last few days. most of the time, hummus has garlic so i don’t buy premade hummus due to my little one’s garlic allergy. it’s a relatively simple recipe so i decided to make my own and i made two different versions – Continue reading “no cook recipe: spicy and non spicy sweet bell pepper hummus”

recipe: pork and rice stuffed peppers

stuffed peppers is a multicultural dish i love – be it steamed with shrimp mixture brought to you from dim sum carts or baked with tomato based meat mixture in the oven. it’s also so easy to make. i had some leftover ground pork in the freezer and lots of bell peppers in the fridge so it is a fun meal to make for the family. Continue reading “recipe: pork and rice stuffed peppers”

recipe: turkey and quinoa sloppy joe

sometimes little one thinks she is eating turkey when it’s chicken. although i don’t know if i really can tell the difference, i figured i’d make little one something with turkey this week so i picked up some ground turkey and found a turkey meatloaf recipe … but … i misread the instructions … and ended up with sloppy joe! Continue reading “recipe: turkey and quinoa sloppy joe”

recipe: sweet potato pineapple crumb pie

sweet potato pies are often enjoyed at Thanksgiving dinners but it never interested me. i enjoy sweet potato but often it is overdone with maple syrup and sugar that it tastes like inedible candy. but while i was browsing through the recipes on T Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies website, i came across a combination that intrigued me: sweet potato and pineapple. it sounded like something i could enjoy. Continue reading “recipe: sweet potato pineapple crumb pie”

recipe: chick pea cauliflower quiche

so i continue my goal to try a more plant-based diet and i make another dish that looked interesting on T Colin Campbell’s Center for Nutrition Studies website. it was perfect because i bought a package of garbanzo bean / chick pea flour a while ago but didn’t get around to making anything with it yet! Continue reading “recipe: chick pea cauliflower quiche”