This lentil, carrot and quick pickled fennel salad makes the perfect light yet satiating lunch or dinner all on it’s own or paired with some roasted vegetables and/or a spread on whole grain sourdough. It comes together quickly for a delicious nutrient dense meal.
This meal “à la carte” is a no fuss way to enjoy lunch or dinner while nourishing your body as it has a good dose of the essential macronutrients; carbohydrates, fats and protein. Barley is dressed in a Pine Nut Parsley Dressing and accompanied by balsamic roasted vegetables and cashew cheese on sourdough bread. The barley can be swapped out for your favourite grain, you can use any combination of vegetables you have on hand and the cashew cheese can be replaced with your favourite nut cheese or bean spread.
Spaghetti are tossed with lightly sauteed agretti, sundried tomatoes and garlic with a splash of lemon juice, fresh ground black pepper and chili flakes to add a kick. It’s comes together in under 20 minutes, it’s light enough for a weeknight meal, it’s fresh, tart and loaded with nutrients from agretti and the choice of quinoa and brown rice pasta. The sauteed agretti with sundried tomatoes and garlic also makes a great side dish on it’s own without the pasta.
This salad is refreshing, crisp and sweet and loaded with vitamin C from both fennel and oranges. The sweetness is balanced out with a light and tangy white balsamic and thyme vinaigrette. It makes a perfect starter or side salad.
Roasted vegetables get dressed up with a savoury almond butter dressing and the healing benefits of umeboshi plum vinegar.
This simple pressed salad makes a great side dish or accompaniment to brown rice. The vegetables are pressed or pickled to improved digestibility without destroying the enzymes.
Tabbouleh is a traditional Lebanese salad made with antioxidant rich, super food parsley. It’s naturally raw, vegan and super healthy. Get the recipe here now!
Salatet Malfouf is no other than a cabbage salad, a Lebanese take on slaw for the lack of a better description, without mayonnaise and/or vinegar. Shredded cabbage is dressed with lemon juice, olive oil, garlic and salt and a healthy dose of fresh dried mint, an aroma which is near and dear to my heart.
Baby asparagus is sauteed with sesame oil, garlic, soy sauce and sesame seeds for a simple and tasty side dish or appetizer.
Looking for a way to use up leftover grains? These patties/cakes are the perfect solution. Go ahead, click for the recipe, and I’ll throw in a bonus recipe for a Creamy Basil Sauce to accompany them.