• Food

    Delicious and Easy Chili Paneer

    My sister sent me this fantastic recipe. I tasted it at her house a couple months ago and knew I had to make it! See below for the recipe and a video link as well as my modifications to the recipe! Recipe: https://hebbarskitchen.com/chilli-paneer-recipe-paneer-chilli-dry/ Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCi59Sx19Ew&app=desktop Modifications: 1) No sugar 2) Used coconut flour instead of cornstarch 3) For the sauce, I combined chili garlic sauce, soy sauce, ketchup and sweet and sour chili sauce 4) Further modifications for the future: substitute paneer with tofu and/or sweet potato for a healthier option! Enjoy!

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    The New Quinoa Combo With Brussel Sprouts

    My new obsession is with farro and barley. It is so much thicker and more delicious than quinoa! This brussel sprouts recipe is to die for and super quick! Servings ~2, Calories ~450/serving Ingredients 2 cups farro 2 cups barley Brussel sprouts Spinach or kale Peanuts, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds or soynuts Garlic Olive oil Salt, pepper and spices to taste Directions 1. Heat up olive oil with garlic and sautee brussel sprouts or put them in the oven for 20 minutes with olive oil and salt for a more crispy texture. 2. Boil farro and barley in a separate pot until soft and drain water. 3. Add spinach or…

  • Health and Fitness

    Why Free Food Isn’t Actually Free.

    We are all guilty of it- picking those grapes at the grocery store, going to Costco during lunch time to get free samples, acting like someone handed us a $1,000 check when there is free food at work or going to an event just for the free food. Everyone loves food- that’s why companies try to entice people with free lunch or dinner and we all fall for it. However, it is true what they say- there is no such thing as a free lunch. Aside from the commercial influence and bribing that comes with free food, the worst part is the harm you’re doing to your body and gaining…

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    Let’s Taco Bout How to Make Delicious Soft Tacos!

    I know I have posted about soft tacos before, but these were seriously one of the best I’ve had at Taqueria Tsunami and I just had to re-create this simple, delicious and healthy recipe at home! Servings: 2, Calories: ~320 for tacos, ~550 for tacos and chickpea salad Ingredients for tacos: Cilantro hummus Grilled peppers and onions Shitake mushrooms Roasted corn salsa Sesame soy vinaigrette Sesame seeds Shredded dark green romaine lettuce White/corn/wheat soft tortillas Ingredients for garbanzo bean salad: 1 can garbanzo beans simple truth (organic) Red onions diced Tomatoes diced Green onions diced Cilantro Cucumber shredded Olive Oil Black pepper and salt Directions: Mix the above together and…

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    How to make a REAL Greek Salad.

    Remember my Santorini post? Well, just wait until my Mykonos post! When I went to Greece last year, I realized that a “Greek” salad in America is not really a Greek salad. I don’t like the soggy wrinkled lettuce and miniature foul-tasting black olives in them. So when I went to Greece I had sworn off Greek salads until one of my besties Purvi forced me to try them. Then I was OBSESSED. A Greek salad in Greece (commonly called a horiatiki salad here- remember my post?)  is made of only cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, green peppers and feta cheese plus or minus black olives and avocado’s. I eat large servings of this salad…

  • Food

    Easy Kale and Butternut Squash Salad

    This salad was surprisingly filling and delicious. I normally don’t like salads with a lot of “greens”; however, this one was extremely satisfying and a quick fix for an appetizer or your actual meal! Servings: 4-5, Calories: ~200-300 (Varies on your ingredients) Ingredients: 1 bag kale (2 if it’s not from Costco) 1 butternut squash cut up into cubes (or 1 container with it pre-cut) 30 red grapes halved length wise 6 pecans crumbled Crumbled feta cheese to taste Olea Oliva’s Green apple vinaigrette 2 tbsp honey Directions: Mix all the ingredients up in a big bowl (adding or taking out what you desire) and garnishing’s of your choice!

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    Sweet Potato Spinach Thai Curry in 30 Minutes!

    This recipe is delicious and super simple (easy enough that Mr. Gentlementality whipped it up for a weeknight dinner). I couldn’t believe how delicious it is- it is the perfect combination of sweet, salty and spicy. A bonus is how healthy it is! Servings: ~4, Calories: ~345/serving Ingredients: 1 tbsp olive oil 1 cut onion (can add minced garlic) 2 peeled and cubed sweet potatoes 4 cups baby spinach 3 tbsp yellow or red curry paste 1 can of coconut milk Chopped peanuts, peanuts, cashews or almonds Chopped cilantro (optional) Directions: 1. Heat oil in a pan and stir fry the onions and garlic. Add sweet potatoes once onions are…