Sticky Black Rice ‘Cake’ with Mango & Sesame.

Inspired by one of my favourite Thai desserts, ‘mango sticky rice’, this recipe uses black rice aka ‘forbidden rice ‘- which offers more nutrition than white rice. It also has a delicious nutty flavour, and beautiful dark pigment – due to the presence of anthocyanin antioxidant (also found in blueberries!). Black rice provides protein, fiber, […]

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Rainbow Veggie Chili with Nut ‘Parm’.

Ingredients: Two jars of passata, chopped red onion, roughly chopped fresh spinach, chopped carrots, cooked and rinsed canned black and pinto beans, chopped red/orange/yellow peppers, chopped zucchini, cumin, smoked paprika, Mexican chili powder, scallion tops/fresh coriander leaves, sliced limes, avocado, walnuts, and nutritional yeast, salt, and cracked black pepper, Angele wearing my RADISH T-SHIRT and me, admiring one […]

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Spiced Roasted Vegetable Lentil Salad with Arugula & Walnuts.

One of the complete-meal salads I served at Osheaga music festival and YUL eat festival this past summer! A nutritionally balanced whole food plant-based dish, that offers protein-packed lentils, vitamin/mineral-rich vegetables (including leafy greens!) and heart-healthy unsaturated fats – in the form of walnuts and tahini. I boosted the flavor and healthfulness of this salad […]

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Cauliflower ‘Couscous’ Salad with Herbs, Pomegranate & Walnuts.

Cauliflower is a wonderfully versatile vegetable that serves as a nutritious, and lower glycemic (less starch/sugars) alternative to couscous aka pasta. Breaking down the cauliflower into smaller pieces, using a food processor, and sautéing it until tender – provides a mouth-feel that is similar to couscous, while offering more vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, fiber and flavor! […]

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Nori Rolls with Cauliflower ‘Rice’, Smoked Carrot & Crispy Tempeh.

This satisfying ‘complete-meal’ recipe was designed to offer a balance of fiber-rich complex carbohydrates, sustainable plant-based protein, heart-healthy fats, and deliciousness. Cauliflower is a low-glycemic (less sugars/starch), more nutritious alternative to rice. Turning it into ‘rice’ is a tasty way to incorporate more veggies into your diet! Enjoy this bite in portable roll form, or as a bowl – with ‘rice’ at the base, tempeh strips on one side, cucumber/carrot ribbon salad on the other, some cut up nori strips for texture – and the sauce as a dressing!

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Raspberry Cashew ‘Cheesecake’. A Healthy No-Bake Dessert.

This bright and delicious berry dessert, is made from nutritious whole foods – with no refined ingredients. Composed mostly of nuts, dried fruit, berries, and a little maple syrup – to sweeten the creamy cashews. The frozen berries, fresh lemon and ginger, provide plenty of flavor, and balance the natural sweetness of the recipe. Texturally, the […]

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