Is it a sandwich? A burger? A salad? It's a decadent mix! King prawns, grilled bananas and bacon, avocado and lettuce on a bed of Turkish flat bread. Tossed with a chili mayo. Klingt schräg und war absolut köstlich!
NEW recipe up just in time for back to school dinners. 🍗 + honey + tamari + rice vinegar. Savory and d-lish! Link in profile ⬆️ Please leave a comment if you make these, or snap a 📷 and tag #Smartinthekitchen . Here's to returning to meal plans, routines and better productivity! Thank you, teachers!! ❤️❤️ #feedfeed @thefeedfeed
NEW! 😃 Summer's not over yet, so there's still time to enjoy #tropical dinners with a little R & R! Today #ontheblog , I share the perfect #recipe to end your summer with a bang- these delicious (and #spicy !) #Vegan#Jamaican Jerk Cauliflower #Tacos with Mango Salsa. 🌴 This dinner can be prepped and served in 30 min, making it a great choice for #weeknightdinner . You can get the recipe here (active link temporarily in Instagram bio @beautifullybohemian):
Make sure to check out all my other #veganrecipes on the blog too!
Easiest (and yummiest) Salmon recipe. Low oven temp, seasoning well with salt, and not overcooking are the keys to this succulent dish. Ready? 👇
1 1/2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, divided
4 6-to 8-ounces boneless salmon fillets
1 tablespoon chopped fresh thyme
Zest of 1 lemon
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
Preheat oven to 275°F. Line a rimmed baking sheet with aluminum foil. Brush with 1/2 tablespoon oil. Place salmon fillets on prepared baking sheet.
Mix remaining oil, thyme, and lemon zest in a small bowl. Spread thyme mixture over salmon fillets, dividing equally. Season with salt and pepper.
Let stand 10 minutes to allow flavors to meld.
Bake salmon until just opaque in center, 15-18 minutes.
Avocado and broccoli pasta- quickest easiest dinner ever, perfect for the culinary challenged like moi. Cook up required amount of wholemeal or spelt pasta, chop and steam broccoli, then top with blended avocado, plenty of lemon juice, and S&P/chilli flakes. #realfood#weeknightdinner
I try hard to put fresh home made tasty meals on the table, one thing I never understand is how people complain that is so expensive to cook healthy. Tonight's menu... Roast chicken seasoned with herbs and spices and baked in a splash of red wine vinegar, parmasan polenta and a basic tomato salad topped with some herbs and balsamic glaze all together this meal costs about $8 ( about the same price as a happy meal for 1 child) #roastchicken#polenta#pamasan#balsamic#redwine#vinegar#tomatoes#weeknightdinner#homecook
It's always best to get as much of your nutrition from food. You simply can't out supplement a poor diet. One nutrient that I try to always get from food sources so that I can avoid the supplements is omega-3 fatty acids. Fish oil supplements are either of questionable quality, purity, source, and freshness or they're hella expensive. Plus, they're not fun to take. I much prefer eating two big wild salmon fillets (skin on) per week and eating chia, hemp, flax, and walnuts daily. Keeps my skin, my brain, and my hormones happy!
Tonight was salmon night with cucumbers and beet roots/greens from the garden, avocado, radishes, and kraut. The only seasoning I used on everything was salt and pepper... fresh food doesn't need much more! (Plus I'm lazy and can't be bothered to add anything more creative.)
Is there anything better than ooey gooey, cheesy baked pasta?? I don't think so! .
Alfredo has always been a favorite of mine, but have you ever looked at the back of a jar of Alfredo sauce? Not to mention the powdered packets! GROSS! Soooooo many unpronounceable ingredients. The good news is I found a recipe that uses minimal, REAL ingredients making a dish like this possible even on super busy weeknights. This beauty will be released on my October plan, don't wait you won't want to miss this one ☝️. And seriously I am an open book, have questions leave a comment! No cooking question is a stupid question, we all have to learn somewhere! #alfredo#bakedpasta#italian#whatsfordinner
My original plan after work today was to whip up some homemade pizza dough and make a kick ass pizza. I did 1 of those 2 things. After working 9.5 hours and being 9 months pregnant I changed my mind about the dough and picked up a pre made "flatzza". Which turned out to be really good! Amazing toppings below:
I caramelized fresh fennel with spinach. On the dough I started with a nice layer of EVOO, fresh garlic, and mozzarella cheese. Then covered it with the fennel/spinach mix and baked it until melted and crispy. I then topped it all off with the amazing goat cheese! I'm still drooling over this pizza.
Prepping vegan 'sausage' rolls. Combine chopped mixed nuts with onion, fine grated 🥕 and fry in olive oil for a few minutes.. add in a bowl breadcrumbs , oats and anything else from your dry store you like.. I've got quinoa flakes, flaxseed meal, flaxseed and sunflower kernels.. also some nutritional yeast.. whack in some sriracha hot sauce.. combine with cooked nuts and mix with your hands.. roll up in pastry and cook in moderate oven with some soy milk brushed on top and a sprinkle of sesame seeds #yummy#cruelyfree#meatfree#dairyfree#veganeatsplease#weeknightdinner#freezermeals#vegansausagerolls#getinmybelly
We had leftover spaghetti & meatballs from last night, so I made a spaghetti pie by adding a couple eggs, a few spoons of cottage cheese, and some Parmesan cheese. I mixed it all together in the pan, topped with mozzarella cheese, and baked at 350 for 30 minutes.