Sprouted Green Salad
Sprouts are a super food providing a multitude of vitamins, minerals, protein, iron, fiber, and are one of the healthiest ways to consume lentils and legumes. This sprouted salad recipe is simple yet refreshing and has become an integral part of my nutritional diet. The olive green color of the sprouts mixed with colorful cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions, cilantro, chaat masala and lemon result in a visually and gastronomically beautiful dish!!
If you are wondering what chaat masala is; it an Indian seasoning that contains dried ginger, dried mango, dried mint, cumin, coriander, cloves, pomegranate seeds, black pepper, salt, and red chili powder. It’s a great seasoning to top off on fruits, appetizers, and salads.
To reap all the dramatic benefits of sprouts in a simple and cost-effective way, try this quick and tasty sprouted salad! Here’s to your best health!
Green Moong Sprouts
Sprouted Moong Lentils is one of the healthiest foods available; a true superfood. They taste great in salads, in sandwiches, or in a variety of different dishes.
The sprouting process shared below enhances the nutritional value of any grain, bean, or legume. Sprouted moong lentils have many important vitamins and minerals which boost the immune system as well as iron to promote blood circulation. They also contain high levels of fiber and enzymes that help in digestion. They promote good skin and hair while reducing acidity and inflammation due to their alkaline composition.
No wonder sprouts are a true superfood! With this easy process, you can cultivate all the health benefits of these delicious sprouts at home. Enjoy!
Salsa Verde Enchiladas
Last summer I enjoyed a lovely visit to San Francisco – one of my favorite cities! This gorgeous city has a myriad of vibrant and amazing vegan restaurants. My inspiration for this dish came from a wonderful vegan Mexican joint named Gracias Madre. This fully plant-based and organic restaurant serves fresh and bold flavors that proves Mexican cuisine does not have to be cheese / dairy dependent.
These salsa verde enchiladas are a tasty twist on the classic enchiladas roja. Green tomatillos are oven-roasted to bring out deep flavor and when combined with jalapeños, lime juice, onion and cilantro, the results are mouth-watering! These baked enchiladas are topped off with a drizzle of cashew cream along with sliced radishes, cilantro, and avocado. Every time I bite into this dish, I am transported to the creative culinary delights of SFO and Gracias Madre.