Traditional Waldorf salad gets a refreshing makeover in this Tuna Waldorf Collard Wrap with an avocado-cumin dressing with a touch of spice. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest for California Walnuts and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time. When I found out California Walnuts was having a “Waldorf Salad Refresh” contest,
Crunchy kale, spiced chickpeas, and a homemade dressing made with roasted garlic–a delicious and filling summer salad! Have you seen Jurassic World yet? I sure hope so because it was awesome. About as awesome as this salad that uses DINOSAUR KALE. RAWRRRRRRRR. That’s my best dino impression (sorry, guys). Dinosaur kale, also known as lacinato kale, black kale, or Tuscan kale, has dark blue-green or
Have I mentioned my love for curry powder? Well if you missed any of the other curry-ful recipes, I have a new one to share today. Maybe I should change the name of my blog to Karman’s Curry Crush? Definitely something to consider…. You see, I don’t believe curry powder should be limited to certain ethnic dishes or cuisines, but rather used in new and exciting
This Sweet Potato Fiesta Salad is a fun twist on traditional potato salad and is perfect for picnics and backyard barbecues. Hi friends! I hope you all had a chance to enjoy some guacamole and tacos for Cinco de Mayo! It has been a gorgeous week in Nashville and I’ve been trying to soak up every drop before the 90°+ temps hit us. Is it
Shop Smart. Cook Healthy. Eat Right. “Cooking with kids is not just about ingredients, recipes, and cooking. It’s about harnessing imagination, empowerment, and creativity.” ~ Guy Fieri Kids are adventurous. They love to learn and they love to make choices for themselves. But when it comes to food, we often limit the contribution and role children can have in the shopping and cooking process.
Make quinoa a part of your morning routine this summer with this Summer Breakfast Quinoa Salad. Keen-wah. Keeeeeen-wahhhhh. Now that we all can pronounce quinoa, lets learn a little more about this tiny, fluffy grain. Well really I should say “pseudo-grain”. Quinoa is cooked and eaten like many grains, but botanically is related to beets, spinach, and chard. Weird, huh? Did you know you can
The June Recipe Redux challenge was to make recipes bloom with floral flavors like lavender, rose, and other flowering herbs. This summer fruit salad has been elevated with the addition of lavender, basil, and fresh lime juice—you won’t be able to get enough! You can make the syrup ahead of time and just drizzle over fresh fruit before serving. Be sure to enjoy this fruit
This Mediterranean Salad—ready in just 10 minutes—will soon become a summer favorite. I’ve already made this salad about 10 times in the past month. I LOVE it. I CRAVE it. What makes this salad so good in my book? It’s all about the “dressing”. The kalamata olive juice, feta cheese, creamy avocado, olive oil, and black pepper combine perfectly to make a heavenly dressing that I