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No Grill? No Problem. Learn How To Bake A Spicy Cauliflower Steak In Your Oven

Baked or Grilled Cauliflower Steaks have been around for quite some time. I saw this recipe many months back, and I wanted to make this for the spring/summer season. I live in an apartment, and I do not have a grill, so this is an easy recipe that you can bake in your oven. And the clean-up is minimum!

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Shakshuka Verde (Spinach and Eggs)

Spring into wellness! And it is time to eat healthy, lose weight, and get ready for summer beach body :) Well, so here is our recipe that is super easy to make, it is filling, and it is a great breakfast dish - Shakshuka Verde (aka Spinach Eggs). For those you are not aware, Shakshuka is a popular middle-eastern egg and tomato dish. It is quite popular in Washington, DC restaurants, and because it is spring and we wanted to make a green healthy breakfast dish, we thought of changing Shakshuka tomatoes to spinach. I always buy fresh organic spinach, and that makes a ton of difference. Honestly, I buy everything organic if I can. It is healthier and flavorful...

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Tandoori Salmon

This is a spice rub sent from heaven! I went to wholefoods to check on my curry sauce babies and found this wonderful gem. Paired with lemon and salmon, this meal is a mild rainbow tang that fully envelops your mouth.   YouTube: Tandoori Salmon Serves: 2 Ingredients 3, 6 oz salmon fillets 2 teaspoons sea salt 1/4 cup store-bought Tandoori Masala spice rub (I got mine from Whole Foods)  3 lemon slices, each cut in half   Instructions Pre-heat oven at 350 F. Line a 1/4 sheet (9 by 13 inch) cookie sheet with parchment paper. Place salmon fillets on the paper. Sprinkle generously and rub  with sea salt. Sprinkle Tandoori Masala spice rub all over the fillets and massage. Place...

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In Indian cooking, we dry roast semolina until it turns light pinkish in color and then use it to cook. I am not sure about the benefits of dry roasting, but I do it coz my Mom does it and everyone around me does it :)1/2 cup of semolina with veggies and a couple of spices can make a wonderful, healthy breafast. It is quite filling as well. Here's a simple recipe for Upma.Ingredients1 cup Rava (Semolina), dry roasted1 tablespoon ghee2-3 green chilies, slit OR 1/2 half jalapeno, finely chopped4-5 curry leaves1 tablespoon urad daal/ masoor dal (french lentils)1 teaspoon mustard seeds1 teaspoon cumin seeds1 cup veggies (preferably diced carrots, green peas and diced green beans)1 teaspoon fresh ginger, grated1/2...

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