I love curry―it’s so simple to make and no matter what veggies you use (even if they’ve been hanging out in the fridge for too long), it always ends up tasting great! In this recipe, you will notice that there’s a ton of curcuma (also known as turmeric). Turmeric “is argued by many to be the most powerful herb on the planet at fighting and potentially reversing disease” (source). Not only that, but it also has an incredible taste! This dish is filled with healthy protein, antioxidants and veggies (check out the nutritional information, so much vitamin A)!!!
As a lover of sandwiches, I strongly vouch for this one! It’s healthy, filling, and it’ll give you your daily dose of chickpeas. It’s so simple to make and its delicious. Similar to the tuna sandwich, this one gives you way more nutritional benefits as it contains more essential vitamins. As a plant-based protein, chickpeas help control blood sugar levels, improve digestion because of its high fibre content, and is a lot better for the gut than tuna. So get in the kitchen and try this recipe out!
I love packing lunches for school and work. I am always on the lookout for new quick and healthy recipes! My inspiration for this one came from the “Famille Futée 2” cookbook, it is similar but my version is a little healthier (in my opinion). It incorporates my favourite ingredients–pasta, basil, red onion, and zucchini…
I’ve just recently discovered the GUSTA FOODS” Kebab Shawarma” Seitan and I LOVE IT! In no way is this recipe special or complicated, but it is absolutely delicious. Not only is it simple to make, but it also is a really balanced meal (with healthy fats, grains and protein). I love it, and I hope you love it too!
I’ve come to absolutely adore and crave tofu at all hours of the day. In this recipe, I basically have it grilled next to some roasted vegetables. I’m a big fan of roasted vegetables too―especially of roasted red onion and butternut squash. This recipe is very simple and makes a perfect dinner!
Inspired by this Tasty recipe, I simply decided to make it a bit more healthy. Throw the store-bought salsa out the door (and the high sodium content that comes with it), and replace it by fresh tomatoes! I also added more spices, to make the dish more tasty (pun intended). It’s a really great dish and works perfectly as either a lunch or a dinner.