Monday, April 2, 2012

(603) fluff your rice with a fork

When you discover a new favorite recipe that you know you'll make again and again:

I've been craving these brown rice sesame balls from Heidi and they are just as good as they look. I made enough balls to take for lunch at school and left the rest in a bowl to eat for lunch (as below). They kind of fell apart a bit after being out of the fridge but they were still awesome with sriracha (as everything really is). 

I took the leftover rice mixture and mixed in some diced avocado, sriracha, and soy sauce. It was out of this world and I felt so good knowing that I was the one who cooked the rice (which is a rare/nerve-wracking occasion). I really recommend this recipe though. It was so simple and you can do so many things with it!

another new favorite smoothie from Joy: 1/2 pear diced, 1 heaping C chopped kale, 1 heaping C chopped spinach, 1 T honey, 1.5 C cold rice/almond milk, 1 frozen banana

so we finally made a recipe from Joy's book: zucchini and potato pancakes! I was really surprised at how much less flour these had compared to other vegetable pancakes. Not only should you just go buy this book, but then you should make these pancakes. They're perfect with ketchup and paprika. 

also, my new obsession is white balsamic vinegar. it's sweet, mild, and makes a perfect salad with olive oil.

pineapple protein popsicles
breakfast tacos with kale chimichurri sauce
quinoa + beet pancakes

vegan stuffed shells with tofu ricotta
four way deviled eggs
grilled cheese with grilled carrots + pesto
easy fish recipes
vegetarian cassoulet
beet chips & kale chips
roasted beet salad with candied walnuts
pear spinach + walnut salad
whole beet soup with lentils + cumin
radish pea salad with lemon oregano vinaigrette

almond coffee cake
baked apple pie egg rolls
jim lahey's chocolate chip cookies

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