I am always on the lookout for easy recipes with a few familiar ingredients. When a recipe calls for something I’ve never heard of, my enthusiasm fades. On the other hand, I like to try food from countries and cultures other than my own, and ingredients that seem exotic to me are often everyday fare in another culture, so I include notes about foods that may be unfamiliar to you. I favor recipes for small amounts because fresh-made is usually better than left over, and many of us are making meals for just one or two people. It is easier for me to multiply than to divide, so if I’m cooking for a crowd or batch cooking to freeze, I just double or triple the recipe!

aasparagusSautéed Asparagus
bbeansMexican Sopa de Habas (Fava Bean Soup)
brussels sproutsBrussels Sprouts in Balsamic Dijon Sauce
ccabbageFried Cabbage
cactusSauteed Nopal Cactus Pads
cauliflowerCauliflower and Garlic Sauté
cheese substituteAlmond Herbed Cheese
chickpeasChickpea Croquettes
chocolateChocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie
cookiesBanana Oatmeal Chia Cookies
cookiesOatmeal Raisin Cookies
eegg substitutesEgg Substitutes
eggplantEggplant Fries
jjamCherry Jam
k l
mmilk Almond Milk
n o p
qquinoa Fluffy Quinoa
rriceTraditional Mexican Rice
rice, lentilsMejadra
ssaladBeet and Apple Salad with Honey Mustard Dressing
saladColorful Fruit Salad
saladTraditional Mexican Guacamole
salad dressingAvocado Salad Dressing
soup Carrot Ginger Soup
ttacos Hibiscus Tacos
tomato sauceHomemade Italian Tomato Sauce
u v w x y
zzucchiniZucchini Sauté with Fennel Seeds

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