This delicious sauce may be used as a topping for grains, potatoes or vegetables.
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Posts Tagged ‘Quick & Easy’
Featured Blog Post: This easy Spanish rice makes a delicious burrito filling or side dish.
You can use other types of Thai curry paste for this recipe, but Mussamun works very well with the potatoes and cashews.
Tofu, high in protein, low in calories, is made from curdled soy milk, and is available in several textures. Tofu can be refrigerated for up to a week. Store tofu in water and change the water daily. This flavorful stew is delicious with pasta, rice, or steamed new potatoes.
1/4 cup fresh lemon juice
2 Tbsp. frozen apple juice concentrate…
This guilt-free pudding will have people wondering why all puddings aren’t made from avocados!
Peas are good, but these peas are awesome. Serve as an alternative to mashed potatoes. . . Without any added fat!
A quick breakfast that’s tasty and healthy: Maple Steel Cut Oats in a Jar. The oats are loaded with chia seeds and flax seeds then topped with frozen berries. –VintageMixer
I like to prepare this so that the vegetables are crunchy. I cut everything and mix the sauce in advance so I can move quickly. It’s quick and one of our favorite dishes.–cheried
Here’s a recipe we’ve used for years. My daughter, a senior in college, is addicted to it. While it isn’t like the Kraft thing, we find it good on potatoes, rice, or steamed broccoli and cauliflower as well as on noodles. –Sherry
Quick and very easy!
We eat this at least once a week. If I don’t have a quart of my own spaghetti sauce handy, I use a jar of store-bought. –serene
This pudding provides about 10 grams of protein plus a healthy dose of B-vitamins, iron, fiber, and healthy carbs and is especially useful before or after your workout. From member Atalanta26pt2.
Regular chili powder is quite mild. It is a mix of oregano, cumin, garlic, spices and small amount of pepper. For those who like it hotter, add cayenne pepper or hot sauce.
*I sometimes use diced tomatoes instead of stewed. Add seasonings if you don’t use a flavored variety.
- Vegan Elote or Mexican-Inspired Corn on the Cob with Hemp-Lime SauceI’m counting down the days (less than three) until my husband D and I drive our daughter to college 796 miles away. Because of the anticipation, the dread, the planning, the shopping, and the packing (or at least the nagging E to pack, without much success), I haven’t been doing a lot of cooking, or […]
- “Found” Fig Compote (And A New Tree of Knowledge)I have always been a fan of “found” poetry–that is, wording that inadvertently reads with the resonating “both/and” complexity of a written poem. Perhaps my favorite all-time found poem came from a documentary about the animals in Madagascar I saw decades ago. I still remember it (or I think I do): The lemurs escape the […]