http://www.organicauthority.com/hawaiian-quinoa-pilaf-with-sweet-potato-coconut-and-leafy-greens/ I undertook to make this recipe without properly vetting my quinoa supplies. It turns out there was none at all to be had. There was plenty of couscous in there, so I made a snap-substitution. A little less whole grain, but otherwise this turned out just fine. Other variations: I would probably recommend about… Continue reading Hawaiian…couscous… Pilaf w/ Sweet Potato and Greens
Full of freshness and tang, this dish was an early favorite.
This pair of recipes was simple, fast and delicious. We probably should have bought bigger sweet potatoes, because we ate two each, and then had to leave the last lonely one for a lunch the next day.
This dish is great served slightly warm over a bed of greens, and is delicious enough that we’ve already tried it out on others. It’s garnered ‘seconds, please’ approval from picky eaters.
Big meal – this was a long endeavour, but these can be made separately. I was so hungry by the time I finished that I couldn’t think straight, so I didn’t take any pictures. I mocked up the pictured miniplate as an afterthought. Roti obviously go with lots of Middle Eastern and Indian foods. Here’s… Continue reading Red Lentil Dal w/ Greens, Creamy Cucumber Salad, and Roti
We just kept coming back for seconds and thirds of this until it was all gone.
I wouldn’t make this again as written. There’s a good recipe in there, but I’m not sure what to tweak. And even if I could get proportions just right I’d scale it back to 1/2 of the original.