This week has been the introduction of a new month, a celebration to freedom and the 239th birthday of the United States of America. This weekend for the 4th of july (the independence of the United States of America) is an all American tradition of grilling burgers and hot dogs, enjoying the warm summer days, and enjoying any outdoor resources. My 4th of July couldn’t have been more awesome without the company of my vegetarian big family. We definitely fired up the grill with all of the vegetarian options, some family and friends camped outside, and spent our days at the river, swimming, slip and sliding, shooting bows and arrows and of course shooting guns…definitely did it the American way…only in a Vegetarian American Way!!! Below is my gluten free veggie burger I want to share with you all because it’s so practical and not only do I use them in burgers but also in spicy asian wraps, or Mediterranean with hummus and avocado. They are full of fiber and protein, and will satisfy any hungry taste buds!
This fall and winter season I’m having an affair with pumpkin spice and I’ve been playing with its aromatic flavors on many dishes both savory and sweet. But today, prepare to sink your teeth in layers of flavor and texture on this amazing french toast recipe. French toast is usually my to go recipe when I have nothing in my pantry or fridge for breakfast. And since this recipe is so quick and simple, even your kids can help you make this.
Holy Tamale it’s a recipe for Nopales Tamales! The long awaited nopale tamale recipe is recorded and being written down on The Vegetarian Blog! After the 5th Annual Nopales Festival, the doors have opened for me to a whole new business opportunity, which I will briefly narrate. But first I want to thank those that patiently have been waiting for this recipe and I’m grateful for your continuous support!
Dear friends & family, what better way to celebrate our Mexican spirit for our team’s enthusiastic performance in this soccer FIFA World Cup (yes I am talking about the Mexican team!). Señores y Señoritas… I present to you a TACO DE JAMAICA recipe! Who in their right mind would not love Mexican tacos??!! This is a special taco recipe because it is made with edible flowers– Hibiscus or Jamaica (in Spanish). Jamaica is a very popular chilled tea that is drank through out Mexico as an Agua Fresca, a natural chilled beverage. It is very easy to find hibiscus dried flowers in any Mexican grocery store, and in this recipe you get tacos and an agua fresca of Jamaica!
There is something very exotic about eating beautiful flowers, and somehow this lovely concept of edible flowers invokes a feeling of delicacy and romance to a plate. The hibiscus flower has a natural tartness property, so I combine it with the creaminess of avocados and sweetness of caramelized onions to create this ambrosial and tropical taco! I really hope you enjoy this taco. Yay for the TACOS!!! (P.S. keep rooting for the Mexican soccer team!)Continue reading →
This creamy broccoli and almond soup is one of my favorite soups that is delightful and very healthy. I was recently in San Diego and stayed at a dear girlfriend’s house, she is a beautiful mother, great cook & cancer survivor. I was telling her about this soup that is convenient to make if you are in a hurry, feeling tired, or in need of magical power for your brain this dish is perfect for creating a delicious and nutritious soup! A bonus to it is: that it’s creamy from the roasted almonds and cauliflower…. oh yeah!!! Continue reading →
I love everything or anything with coconut; coconut milk, coconut cream, coconut oil, etc. It is a great ingredient to substitute dairy in a curry sauce, creamy soup or just about anything fabulous! Continue reading →