Posts tagged "Meatless Monday"

How to make a frittata

How to make a frittata
A frittata is an Italian egg dish made with beaten eggs resembling an omelet.  This delicious and easy breakfast, brunch or lunch is a crowd pleaser and a great way to use the peppers, spinach and other wilting veggies in the fridge. First, I chopped the peppers, onion and potatoes. Next I sautéed them until soft... Read more »

Meatless Monday: Quinoa Apple Salad

Meatless Monday: Quinoa Apple Salad
Now that I’m living in the suburbs, I’m seeking out all the nearby healthy dining options.  A neighbor recommended True Juice and my adventurous mom agreed to try it with me.  I picked a pre-packed dairy-free tuna salad and she chose a quinoa salad.  We also tried green smoothies and only wished there were more... Read more »

What to eat for Meatless Monday today

I have not been cooking much lately due to the chaos of packing and I am noticing I’m sluggish from heavy and greasy take out.  I’m daydreaming about these delicious meals as I sit here listening to my stomach growl. Breakfast: Poached Egg and Avocado Salad Yes, a salad for breakfast I know.  Starting the... Read more »
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Meatless Monday: All about bulgur

Meatless Monday: All about bulgur
I get weirdly excited when I discover something new and easy to add to our Meatless Monday meals.  There is only so much rice and pasta I can handle and bulgur has been a welcome addition. According to AboutFood, “Bulgur wheat is a whole wheat grain that has been cracked and partially pre-cooked. As a... Read more »

Meatless Monday: The best salads

Meatless Monday: The best salads
I need to eat more salads.  Don’t we all need to eat more salads? The problem is salads always seem boring and I never think I am in the mood for them.  The thing is though, some salads can be the perfect mix of salty, sweet, crunchy and creamy to create a delicious and healthy... Read more »

7 reasons I love Blue Apron

7 reasons I love Blue Apron
Have you heard of Blue Apron?  Blue Apron is a weekly box that arrives at your door with all the measured ingredients you need to make a delicious, fresh and unique meal. You can choose dietary preferences (vegetarian, chicken, beef, fish) and delivery options (one, two or three meals a week for 2 or 4 people).... Read more »
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Meatless Monday: All about tofu

Meatless Monday: All about tofu
Tofu is a soybean product made from soymilk coagulation.  It is high in protein, low-calorie, nutrient-rich and both vegan and vegetarian. Tofu can reduce cholesterol and is a great source of iron, calcium and omega-3 fatty acids. The flavor of tofu is quite bland, however tofu absorbs the flavor of the vegetables and the spices it is cooked with.... Read more »

Meatless Monday: Creamy Vegan Zucchini Soup

Meatless Monday: Creamy Vegan Zucchini Soup
The weather is cooling down and it is almost officially soup season.  Food & Wine shared this deliciously simple and silky soup by Chicago chef Grant Achatz. I still cannot believe there is no cream in this bowl. The only ingredients needed are zucchini, garlic, onion, butter, olive oil and vegetable broth.  Also, the versatile veggie-packed soup... Read more »

Meatless Monday: Healthy Ramen Noodles

Meatless Monday: Healthy Ramen Noodles
I love ramen noodles.  The kind that got me through college at only .25 cent per meal are very bad for us.  Despite that, I still love warm soup with thin noodles and salty broth.  Luckily, I found a healthier alternative. Lotus Foods Purple Potato and Brown Rice Ramen with Vegetable Broth uses real ingredients... Read more »
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Meatless Monday: Avocado Toast

Meatless Monday: Avocado Toast
I’ve found the perfect meal, I think.  I eat avocado toast for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack.  It is easy, can be varied with what you have in the house and always hits the spot! Even better, avocado toast doesn’t require a recipe; you only need a ripe avocado and any kind of bread.... Read more »