To make these Stuffed Jack-O-Lantern Peppers look eerie, I filled them with Pad Thai. The Pad Thai was made with kelp noodles, mushrooms, carrots, green onions, onions, garlic, ginger, coconut milk, hoisin sauce and curry.
These green grape caterpillars are easy to make and are a great treat for halloween. They look adorable and are delicious even if your first reaction might be to stay away from these creepy crawlers.
If you fear rich, decadent, intense desserts then you may want to skip this one. But for chocolate lovers this chocolate ganache torte is bliss. To cut through the richness of the torte, pair it with berries, sauce or compote with an acidic bite.
Jackfruit is a very versatile fruit and can be used as a meat replacer to make your favorite "BBQ Pulled Pork", "Sloppy Joe's" or any other BBQ dish. The jackfruit texture and mild taste makes it a wonderful stand-in for meat.
This raw caramel bar recipe is not difficult but it will take some time to put it all together. While it might take time, the result is well worth it. This is a dessert that will impress your guest for sure.
These banana boat bites are great as a snack or appetizer. The sweetness from the banana and dates in combination with the "bite" from the jalapeño pepper, makes you ask for more.
Kitchari is made with mung dal beans, Basmati rice, seasonal vegetables, and spices. The mung beans are a great source of protein and provide a good amount of carbohydrates and fiber. It is also a great dish for those who have digestive problems. There ares many versions of Kitchari out there from simple to more elaborate. This recipe is pretty straight forward and easy to make.
Something different to make sure you get all your servings of vegetables. This cauliflower fried rice is a great alternative if you are used to serving rice.
Healthy chickpeas are added to slowly-cooked onions, tomatoes and freshly-ground spices to make this Chana Masala. Finished with lemon, coconut milk and cilantro, this tangy and pleasantly-spicy curry dish makes a perfect side or main course.
This Vietnamese inspired tempeh dish, uses the following essential ingredients; coconut milk, Thai chiles, ginger, lemongrass and hoisin sauce. You can serve this dish as-is or add some rice.