Indian Chummus

Indian Chummus

Make double the amount of onions and add them to any sandwich, salad, chicken, rice etc
They are so flavorful it is worth doubling the recipe and using half for the chummus and half for something else. You can play around with the Chummus to get the consistency that you prefer. Just keep in mind; the more water you add, the more liquidy it will be, the more oil you add, the more smooth it will be but you will lose some of the flavor. If you don’t like cilantro but still want the fresh flavors of a fresh herb, you can use mint or basil! Using limes are ideal but if you can’t get them, lemons are a close second.

Sweet and sour chicken

Sweet and sour chicken

This is my version of sweet and sour chicken. You won’t feel heavy or gross after and you will love the light flavors. This reheats remarkably well because you are cooking the chicken until it is just done, not overcooking. If it is quicker for you, you can put all the ingredients in a food processor or blender instead of chopping it all! If you don’t like cilantro or peanuts you can use cashews, almonds and fresh mint or basil or just eat as is!

Scallion egg cups

Scallion egg cups

This is a great recipe to play around with. If you add other vegetables like peppers, onions, tomatoes, mushrooms or fresh herbs, it will taste better if you saute them first and then add them to the egg mixture. I like using little dessert cups because I don’t have to clean a muffin tin after, if you use them, bake them about ten minutes longer because they are taller and bigger than muffin tins. Don’t worry when you see the egg muffin collapse a little after coming out of the oven, it is supposed to do that and will taste delicious! This is great for kids school lunches, breakfast, lunch or dinner! Use them to dip in soup instead of bread!