Cast Iron Roasted Potatoes and Beets

Root vegetables and carbs are my FAVORITE! I love potatoes and beets, and I most especially love their diversity. I recently bought a cast iron pan and have been using it to cook pretty much everything, whether in the oven or on a stove. I find that baking in a cast iron pan actually helps … Continue reading Cast Iron Roasted Potatoes and Beets

Coconut Yogurt and Cucumber Tzatziki

Cucumber and yogurt is one of my favorite side dishes, which can also turn into a great snack, dip or even a meal! But, tzatziki is typically made with dairy yogurt, and we don't do dairy here at RAWmarkable! So, what's the next best option? Finding a yogurt substitute, and adjusting the ingredients accordingly. The … Continue reading Coconut Yogurt and Cucumber Tzatziki

Spicy Jalapeno Green Olive Hummus

Another great hummus mixture! It has such a great flavor, low fat and so healthy for you! I have made this hummus both with navy beans and garbanzo beans. Navy beans a bit more creamy in texture, and garbanzo beans are drier, so the choice is up to you, both work perfectly! You can also … Continue reading Spicy Jalapeno Green Olive Hummus

Cabbage and Leek Salad with Olives and Radish

Cabbage: not everyone's favorite, but so, so good for you. I have had my issues eating cabbage in my life, and I will tell you...it's not my favorite. It is, however, one of the great members of the cruciferous vegetable family. Cabbage contains a compound called sinigrin, which as been known to carry certain cancer preventive properties … Continue reading Cabbage and Leek Salad with Olives and Radish

Tabouli Stuffed Tomatoes

I was driving to the store specifically to get the remaining ingredients needed for my raw tabouli, when I heard on NPR radio someone talking about the fresh tomatoes in their garden. I then thought how awesome it would be if I stuffed tomatoes with my tabouli! So...here is the finished product! No oil, no wheat, nuts … Continue reading Tabouli Stuffed Tomatoes

Vegan Pao de Queijos (Brazilian Cheese Breads)

Yes, it is possible to have amazing Brazilian cheese breads when eating vegan. In fact, they almost taste better in flavor! You have no idea how happy I was when a friend of mine and fellow vegan told me that she found a recipe for vegan pao de queijos. So I have to share it … Continue reading Vegan Pao de Queijos (Brazilian Cheese Breads)