Tofu is bland boredom on a plate. As a result, it needs a lot of pizazz added to make it into something interesting. This scramble delivers the goods—many layers of spice add depth of flavor and will make your house smell wonderful!
Southwestern Scrambled Tofu
Servings: 6 (each serving 209 calories, 7 net carbs)
1/2 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil… Read more
My dear friend, Sean, gave me some apricots out of the rows upon rows she had on her kitchen counter—and so I used them to make this simple compote. The photo shows the apricots as they just began to cook. The final product is a happy orange slush!
1/2 cup fresh orange juice
1/4 cup (or less) maple … Read more
It’s early June in the Pacific Northwest, which means there are days that feel a lot like autumn: rainy, cool, and calling for a soup for supper. So I peered in the refrigerator, looking for inspiration, and found two heads of rather elderly broccoli—ah ha! Broccoli soup! Just the thing.
2 pounds broccoli with stems
1 medium onion, … Read more
This soup is a modified version of a Forks Over Knives recipe, and the results are outstanding. I love making food that only needs rough chopping! To make it more hearty, you could add a 1/4 cup black beans to each bowl.
Yield: approx. 10 cups
6 corn tortillas, cut in half, then into 1/4″ strips
6 … Read more
This is my interpretation of a recipe by Ami Ann Mackey, moderator of the Engine 2 Seven-Day Rescue Challenge on Facebook. It made an excellent light meal this warm weather night! It has wonderfully fresh flavors and you can spice it up or keep it mellow, depending on your preference.
Yield: 10 slices
1 tube pre-made polenta, sliced … Read more