Not as proliferative as squash in my high altitude garden, but I cherish its arrival and plan a spectacular meal for it to shine. This recipe caught my eye as I haven’t made an eggplant soup before – what do you think? After I successfully locate the za’atar, a Middle Eastern Spice, I will be on my way to enjoy this gorgeous looking eggplant soup. [Read more...]
Healthy soup made in 10 minutes flat is hard to come by. Throwing this fabulous soup together is not only quick and painless but it produces an incredibly tasty gluten free soup.
I served the soup with an open faced melted cheese medley topped with sliced avocado and sunflower sprouts.
Fresh pumpkin is very healthful. It is an incredible source of vitamin A and is also a significant contributor of vitamin C, iron, and potassium. The other fun part of using fresh pumpkin is roasting the seeds harvested from the gourd.
This recipe is from Chef Lora Krulak’s new cookbook “Veggies for Carnivores”. It is both gluten free and vegan- and to die for.
The heart and origin of this book surfaces from the deep connections this author made with local foods and spices on her extensive world travels. This particular recipes roots are found in the Northern Indian town of Rishikesh.
My twelve year old gave this recipe a two thumbs up and went back for a second helping- impressive.
This Chinese Hot Pot recipe always sits in my “favorites” recipe pile. You will find the aromas that emanate from this pot to be amazing, perfect for a fall or winter day- loved by kids and adults alike.
My recipe has morphed over the years as celiac disease rules the shopping cart now.
This gluten free recipe is very easily amended for a vegetarian version. I have meat in these pictures, but I always make two pots as I am vegetarian and gluten free. I originally made this recipe with seitan (wheat gluten) and cannot believe I ever did that!! Of course, using tofu or gluten free tempeh are wonderful substitutes.
Don’t be discouraged by the ingredient list, as this recipe is very quick and easy to assemble.
With a hint of fall in the air I have been craving a pot of fresh soup. I love this recipe as it is quick to assemble and has ingredients that I usually have in my pantry and refrigerator.
Carrot ginger soup is both high in vitamin A and C and is gentle on the digestive system.
Many people with celiac disease have frequent complaints of an irritable belly. If this is ringing a familiar bell with you, you may really enjoy this soup. (and your belly may thank you) Ginger is commonly recommended in Chinese medicine due to its healing properties. It has been used for more than 2,000 years to treat stomach upset and digestive issues. [Read more...]