This is one of my favorite dishes for a rainy day to let the wonderful food smells fill the house. There are only a few ingredients and yet so quick to pull together and let the slow cooker do the work for you. You can vary the paprika either sweet, hot, or smoked. This recipe calls for a slow cooker that is 1.5 to 3 quarts. You easily double the recipe and use a larger slow cooker. This is an easy recipe to make and the ingredients are very healthy.
When most people think of radishes, they most likely think of eating them raw, but they are also delicious roasted! In fact, it makes them sweet and tender, and I love preparing them this way for a spring side dish. In this recipe I pair them with sweet carrots, a lemon thyme dressing and some vegan feta for a flavorful and delicious combination!
These little sandwiches have all the flavor of their Italian American inspiration, but we cut the usual breading and frying steps for a faster, healthier take. These sliders can be made with either ground chicken (choose ground chicken that includes light and dark meat) or ground turkey.
Modification of recipe from BH&G Spring 2022.
Carrot cake and scones combine for a delicious brunch treat! These scones are vegan, but you would never guess by tasting them because they taste just as good as regular scones! These would be the perfect addition to your Easter brunch!
Spring is here! And it is the perfect time to use seasonal produce in recipes! This Spring Pea and Asparagus Salad is easy to make, delicious and healthy! It has a creamy almond butter dressing with maple and a touch of lemon and it makes a great side dish to any Spring meal!
Toasted brown butter brings out the best in perch’s delicate flavor. The light flour coating is absolutely delicious and the whole recipe is so quick and easy to make which makes it a perfect weeknight meal when short on time. This is one recipe you won’t want to throw away.
Modified recipe: Original recipe by Chef John in BH&G 2022.
Here is a delicious one-pan dish to be made quickly for a weeknight meal. You don’t need a special pan to make this paella, but do make sure to get Spanish-style cured chorizo. Any rice will do. Chilling it will help yield socarrat, the bottom layer of crispy rice.
Modified recipe from BH&G; Jan/Feb 2022
In my family growing up, we always made delicious things for Easter brunch. I like to still keep that tradition, and one of my favorite things to include is Vegan French Toast Casserole! It is really easy to make and so delicious! You would never guess it is vegan or contains no eggs or dairy since it tastes just like traditional french toast casserole!
This Vegan Arugula Quiche would make the perfect plant based centerpiece for your Easter brunch! It is gluten free thanks to a hashbrown crust, and it is packed with healthy greens and protein rich Just Egg so you can feel good about enjoying it!
Of all the chicken recipes I have posted, this is my absolute favorite. Whole tangerines, peel and all, roast alongside the chicken in a sweetened soy sauce that thickens into a glaze and lacquers the bird. The fruit wedges soften in the syrupy sauce while infusing it with their floral bittersweetness. You can eat the tangerine wedges along with the chicken, which is delicious with its sauce over steamed rice or boiled noodles and your favorite green veggie.
Modified recipe, Genevieve Ko NYT Cooking