This weekend has proven to be full of activities and non-stop cleaning and organizing. I am paying for it dearly with my back pain but nothing that a yoga ball and lower back massages can’t cure! Right honey????
I am so excited to post today because it is my first entry since signing up to be part of the Secret Recipe Club, which is a monthly blog event hosted by Amanda at Amanda’s Cookin’. We are assigned a certain blog and we can choose to cook or bake anything from their site. How fun is that? It is perfect for me because I definitely have needed inspiration for cooking since getting pregnant!
The recipe I am showcasing today comes from the Healthy Green Kitchen. I have been familiar with Winnie who keeps up a beautiful site with wonderful recipes, tips, and photography. If you have a chance to peruse her site make sure to read about her tips on nutrition, wellness, kitchen gardening, and green living. I love to know that I am getting information from a naturopath!
When I was looking through her recipes, it was very hard to choose until I finally came across a lovely recipe for cauliflower.
Cauliflower is such a forgotten vegetable in my opinion. I mean, Ryan and I both agree we do not like eating it raw, but I often make a Mediterranean recipe that I rotate in and out or menu plan. When I saw this new recipe I knew I was going to love it.
Now truth be told, I had an errand to run so I left the cooking and preparation to Ryan. I came home smelling the aroma of roasting cauliflower. It was really cute seeing Ryan go outside and pick some fresh mint and cut it up to add to this recipe.
Now I made this part of our lunch on Sunday. Ryan was busy eating leftovers but he wanted to tasted his cooking. I, on the other hand, made this dish part of my lunch. How so?
I drizzled tahini sauce over the cauliflower salad, I then took a piece of pita, added some hummus and piled on the cauliflower. What a great veggie sandwich friends! It was very pleasant and satisfying. If you get a chance you must make this a regular recipe in YOUR home too! Thanks Winnie for a delicious recipe.