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This recipe is so simple. No measuring of ingredients and you can substitute or add your favorite ingredients. Use a sharp knife or grater for the parmesan and the lemon really adds a zip. I wanted the illustration to be as spring-fresh as this recipe is, so I used watercolor and added hand lettering. Enjoy! #asparagus #lemon #handlettering #watercolor #spring
A super easy recipe that will truly give flavour to your tofu (make it very spicy if you like it hot). You can use crunchy peanut butter or add some extra toasted peanuts on top. Go nuts!
Recipe by The Buddhist Chef, check his Youtube channel for video instructions.
In New York City’s Lower East Side, there used to be two blocks of excellent Indian restaurants on East 6th Street. Over time, a number of these restaurants closed. Gandhi was a favorite. The menu featured Chana Masala. Their version tasted so authentic, I felt compelled to ask a waiter for the recipe. This easy side dish is greatly appreciated by my friends who love Indian food, and those few who don’t.
I created the recipe for Baked Zucchini-Feta Fritters based on the Heartfelt, Healthy Food! theme from FolioFocus Summer 2018. The fritters are baked, so they have much less fat than if they were fried. The feta complements the wonderful fresh zucchini taste. These are wonderful for lunch, either alone or paired with salsa, tzatziki sauce, or a small bowl of your favorite soup.