cauliflower

National Salad Month

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May is here and we’re welcoming National Salad Month with open arms! There are all kinds of salads not just ones that have leafy greens. The idea behind this concept is to create better-eating habits. I hope these recipes inspire you because food has amazing powers! At least that’s what my niece says.Chicken Avocado Caprese SaladThis recipe is perfect if you’re craving something light and savory. I usually make this with breaded chicken but it tastes great as is.Ingredients needed:4 chicken thigh fillets (skinless and boneless)5 cups of romaine lettuce leaves (washed)1 avocado1 cup of cherry tomatoes (sliced)½ cup of […]

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Asian BBQ Cauliflower Tacos

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I have had a beautiful head of purple cauliflower in my refrigerator for about a week now.  I couldn’t resist it at the farmer’s market and I didn’t want to just cook it as a side dish, I wanted to highlight the texture and color.  My favorite food truck in Charlotte, NC makes a delicious buffalo cauliflower dish, and I got inspired.  I decided to make some home-made corn tortillas and a twist on Asian BBQ for the cauliflower.  These vegetarian tacos are bright and crisp, and topped with a very simple pickle adds a burst of acidity.  If you […]

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Creamy Cauliflower Sauce

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I really enjoy Alfredo sauce however it isn’t the best option out there for you. It is loaded with heavy cream and butter, yuck! Even though it may taste good, it is loaded with sodium and cholesterol, which isn’t good for a healthy diet. A better alternative to the butter, which contains the sodium and cholesterol, would be coconut oil which is free and clear of both. I wanted to make my own Alfredo, so I was looking for recipes online and came across A Pinch of Yum’s Creamy Cauliflower Sauce, I was immediately intrigued. Cauliflower is an “it” food […]

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