Also good served warm! If preserved lemon is not accessible, simply use the juice of a whole lemon and add 1 tsp or so of lemon zest.
Comfort food at it’s finest, with sauce so good you could drink it! from My New Roots
It’s day 5 of Alberta Co-op Basics Week, and I’m sharing a recipe from one of my favorite cooking websites, Budget Bytes. It’s full of yummy, healthy recipes that won’t break the bank. This one is an amazing tomato sauce that can be used just about anywhere: on pasta or pizza, spread in sandwiches, brushed […]
For Alberta Co-op Basics Week day 3, I’m sharing a recipe for a White Sauce done 3 ways. This is the definition of a kitchen basic, serving as a foundation for numerous recipes. Adding in cheeses, herbs and spices can transform it into an endless number of sauces and gravies, limited only by imagination! Every […]
I can think of no better way to kick off off Alberta Co-op Basics Week than with this fluffy, creamy, dreamy mayonnaise recipe. If you’ve never made your own mayo, DO IT NOW! You will be amazed at how quick and simple it is, and after tasting it you will never want to go […]
from Vegan Casseroles: Pasta Bakes, Gratins, Pot Pies & More via Bake and Destroy
These baked fritters work anywhere! On their own they make a great appetizer or side dish with an Indian meal, or serve with a mixed green salad for a perfect lunch or light dinner. Adapted from from Dora’s Daily Dish
So much better than anything you can buy in a box, and easy to boot! from The Homemade Vegan Pantry, via The Sexy Vegan
The best thing about stir frying is that there aren’t any hard and fast rules. Sauté your vegetables and protein, add to noodles or rice, and top with a great sauce. Knowing how to make a quick and delicious peanut sauce can be the key to a winning stir fry!