Ingredient: carrot

sweet spicy pineapple coleslaw
Fruit, Game Day, Lunch & Dinner, Salads, Sides, Southern US Cuisine, Summer Holidays, Vegetables

Sweet Spicy Pineapple Coleslaw (No Mayo)

Oh my, this sweet, spicy pineapple coleslaw is so good! The sweetness of the pineapple with the heat of the jalapeƱos, the crunchiness of the cabbage, and the zestiness of the dressing with lemon, lime and agave – absolutely delicious! And this is another tasty, refreshing cold salad you can eat in the heat of […]

plant based beef empanadas
Cuban Cuisine, Entrees, Game Day, Lunch & Dinner, Mexican Cuisine, Savory Tarts & Pies

Plant Based Beef Empanadas

I’m a big fan of any kind of food cooked in dough, but I especially love these plant based beef empanadas. Meals wrapped in dough are delicious and filling. You can fill them with vegan meat, vegetables only, or even fruit for dessert empanadas. Empanadas originate from Spain and Portugal. Like another favorite of mine, […]

Entrees, Irish Cuisine, Lunch & Dinner, Vegetables

Simple Veggie Shepherd’s Pie

At my house, we truly love this simple veggie shepherd’s pie. Made with a gravy full of onion, carrot, peas and mushrooms, its flavor is just right. Dried thyme and onion powder spice up the vegetable broth. Top it all off with garlicky mashed potatoes, give it a quick bake, and you are ready to […]

indian samosa pie
Entrees, Indian Cuisine, Lunch & Dinner, Oven Dishes, Savory Tarts & Pies, Vegetables

Indian Samosa Pie

If you love Indian samosa filling, you will appreciate this yummy Indian samosa pie. While Indian samosas are the most widely known and loved in the United States, many people don’t realize that samosas come to us from a broad family of cuisines, including recipes from Africa and China, with origins in medieval times or […]

curtido salvadoran slaw
Cuban Cuisine, Fewer Than 6 Ingredients, Game Day, Gluten Free, Lunch & Dinner, Salads, Sides, Summer Holidays, Vegetables

Curtido Salvadoran Slaw

The first time I made curtido Salvadoran slaw, I was using a not-so-hot recipe and the results were very vinegar-y. For Honduran, Cuban and Salvadoran recipes, you will find many versions online of the most used recipes. You have to eat each food (prepared by someone else) a few times, then try several recipes until […]