Kitchari is a protein-packed, savory porridge, made with lentils, rice, herbs and toasted spices. We are excited to bring you our version of this light but filling dish that we’ve created with our friends over at Purple Carrot!
Baba Ganoush, or as we call it out with this version, Bubba Can-Nooch. Half the fun is making up names. Prepared in wicked fashion, deconstructed and not blended for the chew factor alone. Delicious and filling!
Move over Taco Tuesday! You know we love our shrooms here at Wicked Healthy, so we came up with a wicked delicious way to enjoy the humble portabella: dry-rubbed with a coffee, garlic BBQ seasoning, cast-iron pressed to perfection, stuffed between layers of smoked gouda cheese, greens, and crispy tortillas. Boom!
About this Food Love Story: we wanted to show something that’s familiar, easy to make, naturally healthier, with a wicked comfort style we can do at home. Something I can stuff my face with and feel good about and being the huge fan of mushrooms that we are … well, what did you think we’d lead with?
Don’t get me wrong, we were repulsed by and hated liver and onions when we were forced to try it growing up, I tried it and didn’t like it at all, not one bit. So … why are we doing it now you ask?
Celery Root/Celeriac: CHEF ALERT! This recipe will change lives! Maybe celeriac is new to you, maybe not. Either way, this bad boy can look intimidating, gnarly and alien like. But don’t let that scare you!
Skillet Roasted Chili Carrots. If you haven’t noticed already, we’re all about melding ease of preparation with great flavors. These dirty little roots are no exception and can accompany almost any meal or hold the stage on their own.
Carbonara, an Italian classic, is now a plant-forward masterpiece. We’re banging it out with cashews for creaminess, mushrooms for meatiness and pasta because, PASTA! — We’re wicked serious! Our belief holds true: plants can do anything!
Chilimanjaro is a dormant volcano of molten chili goodness stacked with layers of your favorite toppings, ready to be your perfect on-the-go lunch. It pretty much needed to be named after everyone’s favorite old volcano in Tanzania, Kilimanjaro, right?
Here’s one of those weekly projects we can check off the list. Making one large pot of something that will last a few days and provide some health and wealth in the knowledge that we’re eating good despite all the other shit going on in the world … then all is good!