Tag Archives: #ValleyVegetarian @ValleyVeggie #RandyGrahamOjai
This za’atar-coated eggplant is earthy, spicy, and delicious. What is za’atar, you ask? Za’atar is the Arabic word for thyme and also for a Middle Eastern spice mix.
According to the Mission Chocolate and Desserts website: Mexican chocolate is a style of drinking chocolate. The Aztecs and the Maya of these regions were the first peoples to make and drink chocolate for thousands of years before it was … Continue reading
This is an easy recipe that explodes with flavor. It takes a little over 30 minutes of prep time but the effort is well worth it. The tofu cubes soak up their initial flavor in a subtle tamari/Sriracha marinade. Then, … Continue reading
This appetizer combines a super-flaky crust with mouth-watering roasted cherry tomatoes. ‘Nuff said!
My vegetarian take on traditional Beef Stroganoff. Simple, tasty, and fresh. When served with rice or noodles, this recipe serves four to six hungry adults.
This recipe makes enough lasagna for six hungry adults. It takes about an hour and a half to prep and get into the oven, and then another 40 minutes or so to bake, but it is worth it! Although I … Continue reading
The combination of potatoes, eggplant, bell peppers, and red onion makes this a complete and tasty meal. I like to serve this with coleslaw or a garden-fresh green salad.