You don't have to have pasta to have a pasta experience. Often, I would make this savoury, flavour-packed lentil bolognese and serve it over veggies and brown rice (or simply over veggies on its own) for a 100% whole food dinner that hit every possible spot you could ever dream of — filling, comforting, warming, emotionally fulfilling, bursting with slow-cooked flavour and definitely giving off fierce pasta vibes.
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This recipe is not just a recipe. It’s a foundation on how to build any meal in optimal ratios to sustain great health and a healthy weight. Follow this basic bowl (or plate) design and swap out each component with whatever ingredients you love that falls under that category.
A few seasonings and a creamy tahini-yogurt sauce transform leftover turkey into crispy baked (not fried!) cakes that taste just like falafels. Serve on a bed of baby kale or baby spinach, or stuffed in a pita with your favourite falafel toppings, such as chopped tomatoes, pickles, sliced onions and shredded lettuce.
This tart—with its dramatic contrasting layers silky vanilla and espresso chocolate ganache in a crisp chocolate crust—is the ultimate decadence, but surprisingly easy to put together. To make this dinner party indulgence a year-round option, top with whatever fruit, nuts and seeds you have on hand with the changing seasons. And don't forget a dollop of whipped cream.
How can you make the ultimate comfort food even better? This super simple stove-top mac and cheese gets amped up with a rich smoked Cheddar sauce and a crunchy bacon and bread crumb topping.
In this luxurious hummus recipe, rather than blending the oil into the chickpea mixture—which can cause it to become bitter—it's simply spooned on top to retain the flavour integrity of both the oil and the creamy hummus underneath. It also means the oil is optional if you'd prefer to have an oil-free version.
Egg-Free Banana Streusel Coffee Cake: You'd never know this cake is egg-free, judging by its moist, fluffy texture.