Posts Tagged“cauliflower”

barley, carrot, cauliflower salad with ghee

I’m currently trying recipes to balance my Ayurvedic Dosha of Pitta (more on that here) and cooking with/eating ghee seems to be a staple in the Ayurvedic world. Ghee is clarified butter and does not contain any whey, milk protein or lactose at all, just milk fat. In Ayurveda, ghee is used as a carrier for the nutrients in herbs and to lubricate the intestinal tract and all the tissues inside the body. It’s said that ghee cools the digestive fires to restore balance in the stomach and intestines. So I decided to make a warm salad – it’s atrociously cold…

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Guys! This is a big day. I made, for the very first time, a Buddha Bowl. Of course it was co-created by the master chef of the household, Matt, but stil. It was my idea. Making a Buddha Bowl is a big deal because it’s a staple in the vegetarian/vegan/yogi world. Buddha Bowls are meal-sized bowls of simple, whole, clean food, typically made up of veggies and grains. Our Buddha Bowl consists of nutritious goodness including quinoa, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, onions, carrot, avocado, kale, tofu, sunflower seeds and basil. Wowza! Try fitting all that love from Mother Nature  into a typical meal. The…

Roasted cauliflower side dish

This is a recipe inspired by a tapas dish served at one of my favourite wine bars in Montreal, Le Vin Papillon. The Vin Papillon is owned by the celebrated chefs behind Joe Beef and Liverpool house, the talented Dave McMillan and Fédéric Morin. At the Vin Papillon they cook this dish with butter and chicken skin (it’s sooo good), so here’s my vegan take on it. – 1 head of cauliflower – 2 leeks – 2 cloves of garlic, minced – 1/2 of pitted kalamata olives, roughly chopped – 1 tablespoon of capers, minced – 5 sun dried tomatoes,…