Baked Vegetable Egg Rolls
Baked Vegetable Egg Rolls: Recipe by For the Love of Cooking ... I Love this recipe since the egg roll wraps can really be filled with whatever you want. So many possibilities for this recipe.
The Macro Bowl with Turmeric-Tahini Dressing |
I start my macro bowl with some brown rice, and then add steamed kale and wakame (a type of seaweed), roasted sweet potatoes, cucumber "noodles" (though you
Macro Bowl Recipes: How to Make Them | Nutrition Stripped
The nourish bowl is a nutrient dense macrobiotic bowl consisting of protein, healthy fats, and carbohydrates for the perfect meal in a bowl. Check out these bowel recipes to hit the trend.
Macrobiotic Diet Tips | Well+Good
Macrobiotics is a healthy way of eating that's all about eating seasonally, mindfully, and cleanly. Here's how you can make your own macro bowl at home.
Moroccan Spiced Chickpea + Veggie Bowl with Mango Tahini Sauce - Simple Natural Nutrition
This moroccan spiced veggie bowl has serious flavor and texture. It's salty, sweet, spicy, nutty, and herby. Everything a veggie bowl should be!
Macro Bowl with Carrot-Ginger-Almond Sauce - Coconut and Berries
My Macro Bowl with Carrot-Ginger-Almond Sauce is wonderfully grounding and satisfying. The sauce takes a simple bowl of nourishing grains, beans and greens to a whole new level.
Burdock root soup | Food-4Tots | Recipes for Toddlers
This “kid-approved” soup is very nourishing and full of nutrients. It makes a great start for those who are new to burdock root. If you drink the soup and eat the cooked ingredients, then you will get to enjoy more health benefits from this soup and minimise any wastage.
Vegetarian / Vegan dashi (Japanese stock)
As I've stated many times here over the years, the basis of most Japanese savory foods is a good dashi, or stock. Dashi is not just used for soups, it's used for stewing, in sauces, batters, and many, many other things. The regular way to make dashi was one of my first entries on Just Hungry. It uses kombu seaweed and dried bonito flakes (_katsuobushi_). Some people use _niboshi_, small dried fish, in addition to or instead of bonito flakes. Katsuobushi and niboshi are both fish-based, so…
This vegetarian, nutrient-dense bowl of tasty wonderfulness will take you away to Peru. Typically made with Peruvian beans called mayocoba or canary beans, this recipe uses the easier-to-find adzuki beans. The red pepper sauce however is spot-on Peruvian. The sweet slices of plantains really elevates this recipe.