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Couscous Salad with Cherry Tomatoes and Basil

This is a nice refreshing way of serving a couscous salad, what doesn't go with tomatoes and basil? It’s great for a potluck or a barbecue.

Curried Chickpea and Potato Pockets

This is like an Indian calzone! Curried potatoes and chickpeas are wrapped in a pizza dough and baked. A really a yummy treat for a snack or lunch! Make a big batch and freeze in resealable freezer bags. Just take them out as you need and enjoy! This recipe will make 8 pockets.

Sesame Date Broccoli Salad

This is a beautiful Middle Eastern twist on a broccoli salad. Adding toasted sesame seeds with the tahini gives you a double dose of sesame! I also love the sweet chew of the dates in contrast with the fresh crunchy broccoli! This salad is great to pack up for a picnic or bring to a potluck!

Cucumber Sesame Salad

This is a really nice refreshing picnic basket salad! For this salad I used a spiral veggie slicer to get the cucumbers so thin. If you do not have one, you can use a mandolin or just a very sharp knife and slice as thinly as possible. This salad can keep in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.

Easy Paprika Chickpeas

This is one of my favourite quick snacks or lunches. It requires almost no effort and is super tasty and healthy!

Basil and Corn Salad

This is a really simple salad to put together, but the sweetness of the flavour combination will surprise you! Serve this at a barbecue party or take it to work for a delicious lunchbox salad. In this recipe I used canned corn, but if you have fresh corn available feel free to use that instead – just be sure to cook it first.

Basic Mixed Bean Salad

This is a really nice recipe for a simple bean salad. It can be eaten as a lunch at the office or taken to a potluck or barbecue party. In this recipe I use cans of mixed beans, which is always available in grocery stores and usually contains about 5-6 varieties of beans. If you prefer however, you can always just mix and match any beans that you like!

Tomato, Lentil and Cabbage Soup

This is a hearty soup that I love on a cold winter night! Because this soup uses dried lentils, the salt is only added at the end – if you add it earlier, the lentils likely won’t soften – this also means if you are using a vegetable stock use a low sodium one.

Creamy Leek and Celery Root Soup

This is a great alternative to the classic leek and potato soup. Celery root is much healthier than potatoes and it has such a soft and creamy flavour. It is a bit of a weird looking vegetable, but don’t be scared of it – it’s delicious!

Couscous Salad with Baby Spinach, Grapes and Asparagus

This is a nice refreshing way of serving a couscous salad. It’s great for a potluck or a barbecue. This salad can be prepared up to 3 days in advance. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator until ready to serve.

Classic Middle Eastern Lentil Soup

This is a recipe for the traditional Middle Eastern lentil soup. It is one of my favourite comfort food recipes! Full of lentils and veggies and flavoured with cumin and coriander seeds, just an overall delicious soup! Although I usually encourage you to season with salt throughout your cooking, in this recipe it is important to not add the salt until the very end. The reason is because I use dried lentils, and they will not soften if you add salt at the beginning!

Swiss Chard, Red kidney Bean and Tomato Soup

This is a hearty and satisfying soup full of chopped fresh swiss chard and beans. I love using fresh swiss chard when it is in season, it adds so much flavour to anything you put it into!

Grilled Zucchini and Eggplant Tart

Such an impressive looking tart and delicious too! This tart can be served warm or at room temperature.

Roasted Carrot and Dill Soup

I love roasting carrots to bring out their natural flavours and sweetness! In this soup, you won’t believe just how well the fresh dill pairs with the carrots!

Chopped Tofu Spread

This recipe is great for an afternoon snack on crackers, or to top a big salad for lunch. I like to make lots of it since you can store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.

Chopped Tofu Sandwich

This recipe will give you enough for 4 sandwiches. If you have extra you can store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 weeks and just enjoy as an afternoon snack on crackers or on top of a salad.

Colourful Spring Salad

This salad is a great side salad for a barbecue because of the vibrant colours and fresh crunch it offers. It can also be nice to pack for a lunchtime healthy meal.

Faux Lox – Vegan Smoked Salmon

This has the texture and taste of actual smoked salmon. I was even able to fool a few fish eaters into believing it was the real thing! Serve it on a bagel with cream cheese (vegan cream cheese works well), sliced red onion and a few sprigs of fresh dill.

Mushroom Cabbage and Barley Soup

I find this soup to be extremely comforting and hearty! The deep flavours of mushrooms bring this soup to life, and with the added healthy grain barley, this soup is a super meal!

Tomato, Leek and Rice Soup

This is a delicious tomato based soup, with fresh leeks and other veggies. I find adding rice makes it a hearty meal!

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