An exciting side dish for spring: roasted carrots with scallion vinaigrette, juicy raisins, salty feta cheese, and crunchy hazelnuts. It’s simple to make, yet bursts with flavor and texture. A great recipe to keep in your back pocket when you need a vegetable dish to add on to any springtime dinner menu! Continue reading “Roasted Carrots with Scallion Vinaigrette”
Spiced chicken thighs roasted until golden & crisp, served with pomegranate glazed carrots and a garlic tahini yogurt sauce. It’s a flavor-packed dinner with bold, Middle Eastern inspired ingredients that comes together really easily. You can serve it with a side of rice or simply eat it as is for a light meal. Continue reading “Spiced Chicken Thighs with Garlic Tahini Yogurt”
Easy roasted carrots with tahini pomegranate sauce – a flavorful mix of tahini, pomegranate molasses, lemon, and vinegar. Topped with creamy goat cheese, fresh pomegranate seeds, and lots of herbs. This is the very best recipe to throw together if you need an impressive side dish for entertaining, or just something really flavorful to spice up your weeknights! Continue reading “Roasted Carrots with Tahini Pomegranate Sauce”
Nothing comforts me more than a warm bowl of soup on a cold winter night, and since we’ve still got a bit of winter left, I’m sharing a new one: golden carrot soup with pistachio dukkah. It’s simple, healthy, has a really lovely flavor, and is topped with an extra flavorful crunchy nut and spice mixture.
The most beautiful platter of roasted spring vegetables with a sweet & tangy tarragon mustard vinaigrette. It’s simple, effortless, and the perfect recipe for entertaining!
I love making a simple, vibrant dip to brighten up any celebration or gathering. This spiced carrot dip is smooth and creamy, full of flavor from nutty tahini and a mix of spices, and perfect for adding to any appetizer spread.
I love roasting vegetables. There’s something about the slight caramelization combined with the perfect amount of seasoning that is irresistible. Another plus: it’s really easy. When I’m cooking for myself on a busy weekday, there’s nothing easier than prepping whatever vegetables are in my fridge and throwing them in the oven. Set a timer and in 20-30 minutes dinner is served (well, part of it at least). I roast a lot of vegetables for the holidays as well. “No muss-no fuss” is the way to go when you’re cooking for a large group of people.