Juicy and mellow roasted radishes and spring onions compliment a uniquely flavorful miso compound butter, all on top of a thick slab of crusty sourdough bread in this farmers market inspired dish.
It’s a classic with a twist. This roasted golden beet salad has all of the flavors: earthy, sweet, tangy, creamy, bright, peppery, grassy.
Moffles (mochi waffles) are crisp and airy with a chewy center. Made with soaked brown rice, they are a great nutritious snack and a fun alternative to other whole grains at any meal.
Happy Thanksgiving tomorrow! I’m sure by now you’ve all figured out what you’re making for side dishes, desserts, bread, and turkey (or some other option), but I hadn’t thought about appetizers until last night. Maybe I’m the only one that forgets stuff like this. This is our first Thanksgiving in our own home, so it was enough for me to think about the stars of the show. So to be prepared for the pre-feast hangries, I whipped up some of my favorite super healthy, super filling, super tasty crackers and have some cheese ready.
As promised, here is my beginner’s recipe for sourdough bread. It’s gloriously simple, has 4 ingredients (including water and salt, which barely count as ingredients), and has a very impressive result with minimal work. It’s easy enough for a beginner, but beautiful and delicious enough for anyone.
I started college in the Summer, and for that term I was in a dorm with 5 other girls. There were 3 bedrooms, a big bathroom with multiple showers, and a little kitchen. We all got along really well, stayed up super late every night playing beach volleyball, and ate a lot of food. In fact, I’m pretty sure I gained the dreaded freshman 15 in that short Summer. And I’d like to give full credit/blame to my super cute roomate from Mexico.
Last week I showed you how to cook beans properly to maximize nutrient absorption and eliminate the awkwardness that comes as a result of eating beans. And it seriously works! So this week I want to show you a few easy ways to use those beans that you spent so much time properly soaking and cooking. And we’re going to start with hummus.