Every day millions of couples are wondering one thing, I need more easy dinner recipes for two, specifically vegan food. And if it’s a quick and easy, even better. Here are 3 recipes for you to get started with.
Eating whole foods is an important part of having an ageless healthy body. The more real food you eat, and the less packaged foods you eat, the better.
This week my organic vegetable delivery box had snow peas, tomatoes, onion, spring greens, mustard greens, cucumbers, beets. Looks like a big salad, doesn’t it?
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Here are 3 vegan food recipes I made with my organic veggie box this week:
This is so quick and easy I even did a video to show you how simple it is.
Double the recipe for 2 people. I chopped up this week’s onion and sauteed that for a couple minutes before adding the garlic and tomatoes.
Maple Glazed Roasted Beets
Beets cut into bite-size chunks, as many or as few as you want
1T Maple Syrup
2T Balsamic Vinegar
1T Olive or Avocado Oil
Herbs (fresh or dried) to taste
Preheat oven to 425.
Toss beets with other ingredients.
I use any fresh herbs from my garden. Thyme and rosemary go well with this.
Pour into a baking sheet. Make sure your beets fit in a single layer. The more space between them, the faster they will cook.
Bake for 20-25 minutes, stirring after 10 minutes.
Serve with a spring green salad, quinoa or brown rice, and a crusty bread.
*If you have leftover beets you can make a cold beet salad with your choice of greens, vegan cheese and a sprinkle of pecans or walnuts.
Spring Green Salad
Slices of Cucumber
1 Tomato chopped
Snow peas, cut in 3rds
2 Dried Figs, chopped (optional)
Spring greens are delicate, so if you are adding other ingredients, keep them light and only use a few ingredients.
Toss everything together and dress with your favorite vinaigrette. This salad could take a fruity, sweet vinaigrette.
Here are two other recipe articles you’ll enjoy.
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