Homemade pancetta: do it!
Use as you would a grating cheese: on top of salads, breakfasts, entrées. The cured egg yolk resembles exactly what it should.
The premise: make a taco with a pancake instead of tortilla. The reality: peanut butter, jelly, and bacon make for a quirky taco, made far superior with the addition of a pancake.
Huaraches consist of oval, fried masa shaped like a Mexican sandal of the same name, topped with tasty ingredients like beans, meat, cheese, and onions.
Think of gravlax as in investment. Some easy prep followed by waiting a few days will give you a kickass result. Trust.
This salad fulfills the six rules of salad-making.
It's that dish that white people order at Indian restaurants. Although chicken tikka masala is delicious, Indian cuisine does not revolve around it.
Jicama mango salad requires little time investment. Toss the ingredients together, mix well, and serve, topping with chili powder.
Far superior to anything you'll find in a grocery store.
Slow-cooked bacon has all the good attributes of bacon without any burnt, off-tasting flavors. All you need is a 200° F oven and around 3 hours.
We're talking heavenly.
Pacakes made with quinoa, millet, oat, buckwheat, brown rice, or potato flour!
Swtich it up. Add some pesto sauce to your scrambled eggs and start your day, better.
Roasted chili-lime almonds. An imitation of Trader Joe's Chili Lime Cashews. Quite delicious.
Make pesto with kale, cilantro, chard, arugula, or other greens. Do it!
Panang curry, dominated by the flavor of the kaffir lime, is a southern Thai classic.
An interesting side dish: Indian banana curry with cumin and chiles.
With sourdough bread bowls!
What do you do with leftover rice and vegetables? Fried rice, obviously.
A hearty salad with mustard greens, kumquats, dates, pepitas, and an apple dressing.
Rice noodles, bean thread, protein, vegetables, and fish sauce make this an awesome dish.
Leftover salmon, chopped with olives, bacon, garbanzo beans, and herbs.
Fried plantains, in butter, with salt, sugar, and lime juice.
Watercress, avocado, and blue cheese slathered in a pear-based dressing.
A great way to use up leftover vegetables. And to eat tempeh. That stuff is awesome.
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