This heavenly dish begins with either pan-fried or oven-roasted cauliflower. The choice is yours – for a richer flavor, pan fry in ghee. For a lighter effect, oven-roast drizzled with olive oil.
This nutritious, colorful hummus is makes a delicious bread or cracker spread. Try it with a variety of vegetables or stuffed into bell pepper “boats” or lettuce cups. It’s great, too, with a favorite cheese. Use salt, artichoke hearts and spices as desired.
This simple recipe is perfect for a fast, healthy lunch or snack. We use cream cheese but feel free to substitute with any favorite cheese or a non-dairy substitute such as almond “cream cheese” or hummus. There are no set amounts for ingredients; use as much you desire.
The delicious marinade, the crunchy sesame seeds and the garlic ghee make these tuna steaks absolutely divine. Dig in with a side of green veggies or a luscious green salad and a dish of rice or “riced” cauliflower.
These delightful pancakes are based on a Russian favorite called Syrniki which typically contains cheese. These are made vegan with tofu and plant-based yogurt.
This is a delicious, colorful take on traditional hummus. The beet, sesame seeds and feta cheese add depth, good nutrition and extra flavor. Enjoy with cut veggies and pita or crackers, in sandwiches and wraps, or scooped over baked potatoes.
These colorful, nutritious muffins make a great addition to eggs, legumes, soups, stews and dal. Slice and spread with original ghee, cultured ghee or garlic ghee for a delicious treat.
This simple, versatile dish works beautifully with just about any variety of winter squash. We love the flavor of thyme but feel free to experiment with another fresh herb. Goat cheese, feta cheese or any dry cheese you love would be perfectly delicious as well.
A good, high-powered blender, either white or black sesame seeds and buttery melted ghee creates this wonderful, creamy tahini. For a touch of sweetness, a little raw honey will do the trick.
This is a simple nourishing food for babies 6 months and older. Mango puree can be replaced with pear or applesauce, or cooked and pureed skinless peaches or nectarines.