Caulirice, without exaggeration, hits the spot! For low carb diets, replace cooked caulirice cup for cup in all your usual recipes or stir it raw into tabbouleh, salads or gluten free pizza crust. Microwaving is the easiest way to cook caulirice producing a soft moist consistency while roasting it produces a more flavourful caulirice with a firm texture.
Creamy tropical luxury sweetened with fruit will get your day off on the right foot! There’s good reason for all the buzz about chia seeds. Consume the seeds for energy and sustenance, and the micro-sprouts for nutrient density. Completely flavourless the tiny seeds absorb the taste of what you mix them with.
Bottom line, pico de gallo has the same ingredients as salsa only it is always raw. In Mexico it might also be called salsa fresca (fresh salsa), salsa cruda (raw salsa), and salsa huevona (lazy salsa). The tomatoes make or break this recipe… only fragrant, ripe tomatoes will do!
Fork over maximum flavour in 20 minutes with miso salmon. White, yellow or red miso all impart umami taste and full body the same way sun dried tomatoes, dried mushrooms, parmesan cheese, nutritional yeast or toasted walnuts might. It’s worthy addition to your asian flavour repertoire considering it’s affordability, convenience and health benefits.
Tabbouleh is generally a super healthy salad of fine chopped tomato, cucumber and parsley with grain. Quinoa goes anywhere grains go so we did the change-up to get complete protein and keep you full longer. This recipe makes enough tabbouleh to take in bagged lunches avoiding the feud of dibs on the leftovers!
The best roast potato salad you’ve never had! Plus, the mock version with roast cauliflower gives the potato a run for it’s money. To fashion a meal salad, pile olivier potato salad on a bed of arugula, garnish with capers and serve with a side of grilled fennel… ooh la la!