Category: Dinner

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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Mediterranean Detox Bowl

Thanksgiving (followed by Holiday Parties) is almost here, like in less than a week and that marks the beginning of all sorts of gluttony. While everyone is busy preparing and shopping for the upcoming feast, I wanted to share something to heal the gut, while making our taste buds happy. The Mediterranean detox bowl is […]

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Wild Rice, Spinach and Mung Khichdi

Khichdi is a popular Indian comfort food that is made primarily with a mixture of rice and lentils. Unlike other comfort foods that are deep fried, loaded with cheese, bacon, sugar etc. khichdi is known for its cleansing properties and facilitating spiritual growth. It is a staple of an Ayurvedic diet; and is called the Ayurveda’s deepest detox […]

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Gluten-Free and Paleo Vegetable Loaf

Whether you are vegetarian or just want to mix it up sans the meat once a week, this savory vegetable loaf will have you swooning. Coconut flour along with vegetables  makes this loaf nutritious, filling and crave worthy.  A slice of this loaf will leave you feeling more energetic without bloating while keeping your body functioning […]

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Mini Jalapeño, Rhubarb and Green Garbanzo Burgers

Rhubarb—technically a vegetable, but usually treated like a fruit—is found in abundance at local grocery stores and farmers market in Spring and Summer. Puckeringly tart when raw, rhubarb is especially tasty when its sourness is tempered through cooking with sugar and/or spices. More often than not, it is paired with berries in pies and desserts. While these […]

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Stuffed Chicken Meatballs (Baked) with Tzatziki

The power of what we eat is incredible! Eating clean and healthy doesn’t just help in getting fit, it also helps elevate the mood. Healthy and nutritious eating creates a ripple effect, when you eat well, you feel good and when you feel good, you do good! Healthy eating requires planning and can be time consuming but the time and effort spent on planning […]

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Corn Chowder (Vegan & Gluten Free)

As much as I love chowder, I never liked heavy cream in my food and hence I could never have my favorite soup. But since, I love corn chowder so much and it is the peak season to get the fresh corn, I decided to try making it without any butter, heavy cream and roux. As it turns out, […]

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Chilled Cucumber Soup

Chilled cucumber soup, ready in less then ten minutes, is all you need to cool down on a hot summer day. This refreshingly light and low-carbs soup makes a wonderful appetizer or side on a hot summer day. Bright bursts of herbs add a pleasant contrast to the mild flavor of cucumber. Garlic, lemon juice and fresh herbs (dill/parsley/mint) add plenty […]

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