Category: Dinner

Wild Rice Burgers with Mushrooms and Beets – Vegan and Gluten Free

Who doesn’t love a good veggie burger? Specially the kind that is loaded with flavor and nutrients. Wild rice burgers with mushrooms and roasted beets are just that….. delicious, irresistible, protein packed and super easy to make. Some of the preparation can be done in advance to reduce the cooking time, making them perfect for […]

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Asian Style Baked Cauliflower Stir Fry – Vegan and Gluten-Free

After a long snowy day, few things are as comforting as devouring a steaming bowl of this Baked Cauliflower stir fry.  Even though eating mac and cheese and fried food sound so tempting, the joy of eating nutritious food that is equally comforting is infinite. Getting that toasty feeling from superfood (Cauliflower) provides our body […]

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Sweet Potato and Broccoli Burgers – Vegan and Gluten-Free

Sweet potatoes are considered as one of the world’s healthiest food for a valid reason. They are an excellent source of Vitamins B, C and D, iron, magnesium, fiber and complex carbs. The natural sugar of sweet potato is slowly released into the bloodstream, helping to ensure a balanced and regular source of energy, without the […]

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Wild Rice, Barley, Kale and Butternut Squash Stew

I was ready to post a dessert recipe today but thanks to freezing cold for the change of plan. Since the whole world will be making and looking for dessert recipes for Valentine’s Day, I figured I’ll share something different – the recipe of one of our recent favorite stews that is wholesome and very […]

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Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Garlic Kale and Quinoa Bowl aka Brunch Bowl

I am a huge proponent of a healthy and nutritious breakfast. When I was in grad school, I skipped breakfast almost everyday, ate bagel or muffins for lunch followed by random fruits or carbs for dinner. My meals were totally screwed up and even though I used to work out regularly, I never felt energetic […]

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Winter Kale and Pear Salad

More often than not, winter is the season when everyone craves comfort food, especially all those carbs that come along with cheesy gooey pastas and breads, special thanks to the holiday season. However, with all the hefty holiday (aka cheat) meals, it is imperative to balance those crazy carbs loaded meals  with more salad and […]

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Lentil-Pepper Soup

Hope you are not falling prey to one of those *magical* detox diets where you pay enough money to buy groceries for a month, for one week meals. More concerning than the money is the fact that people actually believe that one week of eating clean or eating a a certain diet will help with significant […]

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Roasted Vegetables Quinoa with Carrot Top Pesto

Last post of 2016 has to be about something wholesome, real and delicious because this is what CulinaryBee is all about. Quinoa needs no introduction and we are all aware of its nutritional benefits. Although, I must admit that it took me a while to get used to the texture of quinoa. I didn’t enjoy the […]

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String Beans and Ground Chicken Stir Fry – Paleo and Gluten Free

String beans and ground chicken stir fry makes for a delicious, warm  and satisfying meal on cold winter days. It is super easy to make and has plenty of health benefits. String beans are rich in fiber, iron, calcium, and folic acid. I have used whole frozen thin string beans (also known as Haricots Verts or French Beans)for […]

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Spicy Jackfruit Burgers

Lately, I have been reading a lot about the benefits of Jackfruit and had been wanting to give it a try. When I found fresh Jackfruit last weekend at Whole Foods, I knew I had to buy it, without knowing how to use it in my cooking. Jackfruit is known as the Jack of all fruits […]

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