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cooking for luv posole

13 Mar Vegan Posole Stew

Inspired by a traditional meaty Mexican Pozole stew, this healthier vegan version develops a ton of flavor in a quick cook time. The hominy has an addicting flavor and texture, the canned beans cut the cooking and prep time, the Soyrizo brings the spice that the chilies and meat usually provide in the traditional version, and the toppings create an awesome crunch. One of my favorite comfort foods, this stew is an easy and hearty one pot meal to warm your heart and soul.[yumprint-recipe id='74']...

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Cooking for Luv - Brussels Sprouts, Kale, and Beet Raw Salad

26 Feb Raw Kale, Brussels, and Beet Salad: Confetti Style

RAW KALE, BRUSSELS, AND BEET SALAD: CONFETTI STYLE Yield: Serves 6 as a side, 2 for a mainTime: 20 Minutes Brussels Sprout haters will not know what hit them with this salad: the raw super thin slices give a fresh twist to the loathed veggie. This key to the success is the light and airy texture you get from a Japanese Mandolin (purchase online or at any Japanese market for about $25). You can come close to replicating the paper thin shreds with some killer knife skills, but the amount of time you save and the precision and consistency you get from the mandolin can’t be matched. Be VERY careful with the blade, it is extremely sharp!  IngredientsSalad1 Bunch of Lacinado/Dino/Tuscan Kale (about ¾ Lb)1 Lb Brussels sprouts (the larger the sprouts the better)1 Small Red Beet1/4 Small Red Onion (about 2 TBS)3 TBS Shredded Parmesan Cheese (optional)1/4 Cup Toasted Walnuts DressingJuice from 1...

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Cooking for Luv - Papas Tacos, Cumin Roasted Carrots, and Beer Braised Black Beans

21 Feb Papas Tacos with Mole, Roasted Cumin Carrots, & Beer Braised Black Beans for Two

An elegant and lighter take on a Mexican spread, this vegetarian meal is perfect when you're craving something south of the border without all the grease. And although it looks fancy, it is quite simple and can be made in under an hour.  I like to use Sprouted Corn Tortillas to add some extra nutrition to the meal, but any variety works. You can easily make this Vegan by leaving out the cheese and substituting Earth Balance or EVOO for the butter. Enjoy! xo- StephanieMenu Main: Papas Tacos with Mole, Avocado, and Quick Pickled OnionsSides: Roasted Tri-Color Carrots with Cumin Seeds and Beer Braised Black Beans with Cilantro and Garlic Roasted Tri-Color Carrots with Cumin Seeds Yield: Serves 2Time: 25 Minutes Ingredients1 Bunch of Tri-Colored Carrots, quartered lengthwise then cut in half1 Tablespoon of Cumin Seeds¼ Red Onion, Sliced into ¼ inch strips2 Tablespoons of EVOO1 Tablespoon of Morton’s Kosher Salt DirectionsPreheat Oven to 425Toss all ingredients...

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