Risotto is one of my favorite dishes to eat. It’s always extremely rich and flavorful! But the complaint I’ve heard from several people is that it’s too involved of a process and requires too much supervision. If you’re one of those people, this recipe may just change your mind.
This holiday season has been busier than ever! I’ve taken a few weeks off from posting, but I’m back, and hope to keep sharing tasty recipes. Hopefully, you’re still finding time to cook during this busy season. These portobello mushroom and black bean tacos are super simple and easy to make.
I’ve been wanting to try zoodles (zucchini noodles) for a while, and when I saw how great my food processor shredded potatoes for tater tots, I knew I’d be able to try making zoodles as well! My food processor worked like a charm to create perfectly thin zoodles.
It’s finally fall here for real (I think… you never know when it’ll hit 80° again), and the weather is chilly enough for soup to be enjoyable. I’ve been trying out a couple different pumpkin recipes, and this curried pumpkin soup is quite tasty.
The first time I tried spaghetti squash, I wasn’t a huge fan. It took trying a few different recipes before I finally figured out how to like it. This dish features a strong spaghetti squash taste, so if you’ve never tried it before, be warned: spaghetti squash tastes nothing like it sounds.
This vegetable coconut curry soup is super tasty and easy to make! The weather has finally started cooling down in Tennessee, so this warm soup is the perfect pick-me-up to warm up. Plus, it’s great for using those leftover veggies in your fridge that you’re not quite sure how to use. Continue reading “Vegetable Coconut Curry Soup”
Sweet potatoes have never been my thing, but these black bean and sweet potato burgers are absolutely amazing. I was extremely skeptical when I decided to try them out, but the flavor of this burger is almost too good to be true.
This blueberry peach crumble is so easy and simple to make, plus you can make just one or two servings at a time! With only a little added honey, the added sugar is kept to a minimum, letting the natural sugar of the peaches and blueberries be the main event.
I’ve never been a huge fan of cooked spinach, but even I have to admit these egg and spinach patties turned out super well. Obviously comprised of eggs and spinach, you’ll definitely get your protein and greens fix with these as your main dish.