I love making anything that involves turning cashews into something cheesy. I love this recipe because it's quick and easy to make and pretty good for you!
When I use this as a pasta sauce I like to mix in some broccoli. I chop the broccoli into small pieces and mix it all together. The picture is different because I was sharing my meal with someone who doesn't enjoy broccoli. You can also add peas and some fresh herbs to make another tasty dish.
When making this recipe it's best to use raw organic cashews if you can. Soak them in water anywhere from 20 minutes as a minimum to overnight. If you don't have a highspeed blender definitely soak them overnight so your sauce is creamy.
I like to add a small amount of carrot to add a little sweetness and color. That is my preference but it's not completely necessary. The lemon can be very important because it helps make the sauce taste like cheese and not cashews. The nutritional yeast is also very important for the cheesy...
I know I'm a little late to the game this New Year. I was set back by a bad cold but now I'm back and ready!
This is my New Year Meal to bring health and prosperity to you!
Last year I made a soup and just wanted to do something different. I was in the mood for chili, so chili it was.
I'm very happy the way this came out and there was enough to freeze and share. As a matter of fact, I'm having this for lunch today.
So let me get to it!
What Do I Need?
2 tbsp Olive Oil
1 large or 2 small Onions, diced
2 Peppers, diced. Whatever color your heart desires
5 Cloves of garlic, minced.
2 Carrots shredded.
2 15.5 oz of black eye peas, drained.
4 Cups of veggie broth.
28oz of Diced Tomatoes with liquid.
½ to ¾ Cup of uncooked, rinsed quinoa. Depends on how thick you would like it.
1 tsp Garlic powder.
1 tsp Onion powder.
2 tsp Cumin.
2 tsp Paprika.
3 tbsp Chili powder.
1/2 tsp Liquid smoke.
1 Small bag of fresh spinach, chopped.
1 Avocado for garnish,...