Zoodle and Chickpea Salad with Curried Yogurt Dressing

Zoodle and Chickpea Salad with Curried Yogurt

This post contains affiliate links. Learn more.  I’ve been into Mason jar salads this year. Mainly because I made the investment into a dozen quart-sized jars. (Well, eleven. I broke one. They are glass, after all; that’s a real hazard. They are durable, but not indestructible.) But there are only so many weeks in a row […]

Pan-Fried Falafel

falafel

Falafel is one of my favorite things to get whenever we go to Aladdin’s or another Mediterranean restaurant. It’s fried and crispy but not too heavy, and full of flavor. The good news is, it’s also cheap and easy to make at home. With some dried chickpeas, a few spices and some pantry staples, you […]

Buffalo Chickpea Salad

buffalo chickpea salad

As a firm believer that hot sauce makes almost everything better, it was only a matter of time before this salad came about. I made this salad on a day when I really wanted buffalo wings, but had no time or energy to actually go get said wings and no chicken with which to make […]

Mediterranean Chickpea Salad

mediterranean chickpea salad

This post contains an affiliate link. Learn more.  This recipe started as a mashup of a niçoise salad and a chickpea salad from Solo Suppers. I didn’t have all the ingredients for either recipe, so I compromised by using elements of both. I incorporated the tuna recommended from the chickpea salad for some additional protein, […]

Vegetarian Peanut Curry

This vegetarian curry is an easy way to get your Thai fix.

Paul’s out of town this weekend, so that means I get to eat whatever I want! I’ll try not to be too jubilant. Really, he eats almost everything I put in front of him, few questions asked. But there are a couple of foods he just doesn’t care for, so I avoid cooking them when […]

Italian Salad

Toss to combine.

I’m not sure where the recipe (or maybe just the idea) for this salad originally came from, but I do remember it on the table at nearly every family gathering held at my great aunt’s house. At some point it was christened “Italian salad” and the name stuck. It’s a simple salad featuring broccoli, cauliflower, […]