This is a recipe that gets better as it sits, is fast, cheap and easy to make, and is healthy and filling at the same time.
It’s easy to scale this recipe. It would be the perfect dessert for a potluck or a snack to keep in the fridge over a week. It’s best to add the mint right before you eat the fruit salad (otherwise it wilts).
When laying the cookies on the baking tray, let’s just say that you “accidentally” leave some of this batter in the bowl to taste too because it’s that good.
A delicious way to feature beautiful beets, this traditional soup is a perfect way to warm up, swirled with dill and horseradish yogurt.
Summer peaches are poached in their own juices with aromatic spice for sweet flavor and then served with the reduced juice-syrup and cool whipped cream or yogurt.
A quick weeknight meal that comes together while the rice is cooking, this tuna bowl is full of flavor from a wasabi mayo and sweet sesame sauce.
Make your own pasta parcel, rolled into a beautiful shape and bursting with herby cheese. The tortellini is topped with a pesto before serving.
A noodle bowl is the perfect dish to have for lunch with crunchy green beans, fresh cucumber, hearty mushrooms and a dressing that is sweet and sour.
A loaf that is slightly sweet and tender with sticky apricot spread, chewy apricot pieces and crunchy almonds.
Paired with a delicious black bean spread and avocados, these tacos are topped off with a fried egg for an incredibly simple bite.
This golden, braided bread is stuffed generously with barely sweetened black sesame paste and is ideal for french toast or even plain for a delicious snack.
Cut down on dishes without ditching on bold flavor with this simple soy sauce, mushroom, and rice noodle dish.