• November 4, 2015

    Thai Chicken with Mushrooms and Leeks

    Feature-Image

    I was at the farmers market this weekend and came across some beautiful leeks that I just had to make something with!  This led me into some experimenting and we came up with a new favorite meal.  The best thing is that it is super easy too!  Now is a great time to find leeks since they are in season, so I hope you’ll give this little dish a try!

     

    Thai Chicken with Mushrooms and Leeks Recipe

    By Erin Published: November 4, 2015

    • Yield: 4 Servings

    I was at the farmers market this weekend and came across some beautiful leeks that I just had to make something with!  This led me …

    Ingredients

    Instructions

    1. Gather Ingredients.
    2. Mix garlic, cilantro, tamari, and sesame oil together and let chicken marinate for 15 - 20 minutes. While the chicken marinates, prep your grill for use.
    3. Cook chicken on the grill, searing on both sides to help keep the juices in.
    4. While the chicken cooks, heat olive oil in a saucepan. When hot, sauté leeks and mushrooms together.
    5. To serve, top chicken with vegetable mixture and sprinkle parmesan cheese on top. Serve hot.

     

     

  • March 4, 2015

    Simple Hummus

    Feature-Image

    I just got my first ever food processor and let me tell you, It. Is. Magical.  The first thing I made in it was this hummus because I’ve been making it for months with a teeny-tiny blender and it was a nightmare every single time.  The food processor has solved all that and now I can make it in minutes!  This is such a blessing and help in my quest to eat clean foods and to be as healthy as I can.

     

    Simple Hummus

    By Erin Published: March 4, 2015

      I just got my first ever food processor and let me tell you, It. Is. Magical.  The first thing I made in it was this hummus because …

      Ingredients

      Instructions

      1. IngredientsGather Ingredients.
      2. BlendedIn a food processor, combine all ingredients. Add 2 Tablespoons of the olive oil to start, adding more if needed. Blend together until smooth.
      3. HummusServe with raw veggies, chips, or pita bread.

       

      Pro-Tip:

      This is the most basic hummus that it is possible to make, so feel free to add to it and experiment.  Try herbs, red peppers, garlic, jalapenos…. the list could go on forever!  *grin*