Split Peas are popular in many cuisines from India to the Caribbean. You can find them in soups, breads, curries and stews. These beneficial Legumes are available in almost any supermarket, are high in fiber and protein, low in fat and easy to cook. Being high in fiber, it will keep you satisfied for a longer time and will also help prevent constipation. The following recipe is easy to make (it only takes 45 minutes) and can be served in many different ways! Serve it today as a Soup and save some leftover to serve with brown rice or Naan Bread tomorrow! You can always throw a tablespoon or two of Coconut Milk and have a totally different flavored soup. This recipe can be vegan by using veggie stock instead of the chicken and can be topped with Cilantro, minced Chives or Yogurt. This is one of my teenage daughter's favorite Meatless Mondays
This is winter season, try our flourless version of Chicken Alfredo with Zucchini Pappardelle instead of Pasta. Gluten free and light version of the well know classic!
This was a hit at our Saturday cooking class. All the young chefs enjoyed chopping all the veggies that this recipe calls for. At home, have your little ones help you by using a safe knife. In our school we use Curious Chef brand. Even though this may not be the most kid friendly dish, they all finished their plate.