The following recipes are all good and all healthy, but each has a different use.
You may want to add some spices, salt, garlic powder, fresh vegetables, etc. to them to enhance their taste.
(You may also want to cook them as a side dish.)
If you don’t have any healthy snacks, they’re probably not going to be as healthy as you think they are.
I usually make them as side dishes to serve at parties or after dinner.
These are all my favorites!
Recipe: Fried Tuna & Tofu with Tofurky Sauce | Shrimp and Vegetables | $6.99 with coupon from Food & Wine Happy Friday!
(Or Thursday, if you’re feeling festive!)
I’m back from the holidays with a recipe for a hearty dinner, one that’s really good for you, too.
It’s so filling, and the flavors are perfect, so I think it’s a good option for a low-carb, gluten-free dinner.
You can find my low-sugar shrimp recipe, too!
Here’s the recipe: Fried Chicken with Shrimp & Avocado | $8.99 each or $14.99 for a six-pack with coupon for $2 off $25.95 The flavor here is incredible.
The chicken is soft, juicy, and juicy, with a light coating of crispy skin.
The avocado adds a sweet-tart touch.
It pairs well with the shrimp.
Recipe: Chicken & Avocados with Shrimps | $10.99 Each or $18.99 a six pack with coupon code FORDSTOP.
I love the chicken and avocado combination, too, and they add a great amount of flavor.
The shrimp is also really good.
It melts into the chicken, and it’s easy to cook.
It’ll be a great low-fat dish for a dinner party or dinner out.
Recipe by: Jana and Joanna from The Vegan Table and Vegan Recipes, with permission The following are all healthy and all good, but I’ve chosen to include a couple of ingredients that aren’t often used.
They can be added at the end of a meal for extra nutrition, or as a snack or dessert.
I’ve also included some extra spices that are always in my pantry, and can be used to make your own dipping sauces.
If you’re looking for a meal with a little something extra, try this.
Recipe from: The Vegan Restaurant, with the permission of the author This is a classic appetizer with a bit of a kick.
It comes out of the oven quickly, and you can serve it with rice or pasta.
If it’s vegetarian, the tofu is added in place of the meat.
The flavor is excellent.
It has a nice crunch and a nice, buttery texture.
It adds a lot of texture and flavor to the dish.
It also gives the dish a lovely crunch.
Recipe courtesy of: Vegan Foodie, with consent of the Author Here’s a nice side dish that’s a little different.
I like to add it to the main dish, just before serving.
It gives a nice kick to the rice and rice pasta, and a hint of umami.
I have also included a little of this in my salad, which is a nice twist on a classic salad.
I make mine with roasted cauliflower.
It gets a little salty and sweet when cooked, but it also has a lot more flavor and a bit more umami to it.
Recipe is from: Whole Foods, with their permission, with recipes from The Veggie Plate and The Vegan Diet, with some permission, from the authors.
If they’re a vegetarian, try their salad instead.
Recipe adapted from: Easy Homemade Vegetable Salad | $2.99 (2 cups), with the code BECOMEAWAY for a 20% off coupon for Food & Wines Happy Thursday!
(or Thursday, for those in the U.S.)
This is another classic dish, one I’ve been making for a while.
I’m going to say it again, it’s one of my favorites.
This is my go-to dinner on a Thursday night.
It goes so well with a side of pasta, rice, or whatever you’ve got.
It may be a little healthier than the shrimp or avocado, but you can’t beat the taste of it.
You’ll probably end up with more salad dressing on your plate than the ingredients in this dish.
Recipe, with recipe courtesy of The Vegan Café, with copyright, courtesy of Food & Water.
I don’t normally recommend using these types of recipes to make a side for dinner, because they’re so filling and they have such a strong kick.
But if you are in the mood for something a little extra, or want to give them a try and make your very own dipping sauce, you’ll love this recipe.
It makes about four cups, and that’s all you need