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    Eggplant is a go-to ingredient for me. It is such a versatile food and can be used in almost any course. It bursts with flavors, regardless of whether it is roasted, baked, or sauteed. The eggplant used in this recipe is no exception. Roasting the eggplant with chickpeas, onions and a blend of cumin, nutmeg and sea salt resulted in a fabulous, aromatic set of flavors and smells...I think I hit it big with this soup. The flavors flow together so perfectly and in such cohesion that I was momentarily dazed, unsure of whether this soup was too much. I ate a second bite and the smells flooded my nose, first the eggplant, than the chickpeas. A bit of lemon too. The tahini added to the roasted flavor of the vegetables perfectly, accentuating the already present Lebanese feel. I quickly decided I couldn't get enough. Served piping hot, with freshly grated aged cheddar and a large slice of homemade french bread, I hope this soup hits it big with you too.

    Recipe #471830

    I rarely cook anything for breakfast. A typical breakfast for me consists of a whole wheat bagel thin with peanut butter and honey, some days I top it with sliced bananas. On the side I generally have a glass of V8-Fusion juice and a cup of tea. In the spirit of the Healthy Eats January Challenge, I thought I'd whip up a healthy, easy and quick (only 20 minutes cook time) breakfast that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Seeing as it is National Oatmeal Month, it seemed fitting that oatmeal be at the heart of today's breakfast. Feel free to substitute another fruit instead of the apple or used dry ingredients. Just make sure that your dried fruit isn't loaded with sugar or other artifical ingredients.

    Recipe #471708

    A few months back I posted this recipe for Spicy Basil Lettuce Chicken Wraps. Made with PF Chang's lettuce wraps in mind, I created the aformentioned recipe as a healthier alternative. PF Chang's version is laden with calories, carbohydrates (22% of your daily recommended value) and unhealthy fats (15% of your daily recommended saturated fat allocation). As an aside, check out LiveStrong.com for more nutritional facts about Pf Chang's lettuce wraps and other restaurant food reviews. Having not made this in months, my desire to eat an almost entirely meat based dish has gone straight out the window. Whipping up a vegetarian version seemed like the only logical solution. When in doubt, substitute beans for chicken. Which type of beans just depends on the taste you are going for. Chickpeas pack the perfect punch for the vegetarian version of this recipe. They can be broken down into a semi-ground state perfectly and they soak up the asian flavors of this dish, not missing a single beat i

    Recipe #471707

    The only context I have ever thought of a dumpling in is that of a Chinese dumpling. So when I stumbled upon a recipe in Vegetarian Planet for Spinach Dumplings, I definitely raised an eyebrow. Someone other than the Chinese make dumplings? Fascinating, I thought to myself. This recipe actually reminds me more of an Italian dish than anything else - a flour-y ball of dough, some cheese and veggies stuffed in the mix, served underneath freshly made tomato sauce. Radiates with Italian'ness to me. What often happens to me is that I'll come across a recipe that sounds delicious. I start to salivate. Look through my cupboards, only to realize I have 1 of the 10 ingredients the recipe calls for. I tell myself that I'll make it another night and begin thinking about what else I can make for dinner. Twenty minutes later, the only things that sounds good to me is the initial recipe in which I have 10% of the ingredients for. I'm then forced to get creative and concot an entirely new recipe, one

    Recipe #471706


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