Patacones (or “tostones”) are made from green plantains, peeled and cut in 1/2-inch slices, they are fried twice to achieve a crispy, yet starchy texture – perfectly versatile for salsa, other sauces and dishes.
This salsa recipe resembles a Mexican pico de gallo, but is truly rooted in Colombia. This salsa, or “aji” is tangy and thin enough to get in every crevice of grilled meat, can be sopped up with starchy plantains or simply enjoyed with tortilla chips.
Avocado and balsamic are the duo your taste buds have been looking for! Tangy but creamy, with soft and crunchy textures – this easy and fast (15 minutes!) salad will be a staple recipe just after one try!
This ten minute side dish is a winner when it comes to kid-friendly dinner options. The key is – flavor!
Thick, chunky, savory, sweet, with a little bit of salt! These gluten-free tahini-made cookies are not your ordinary treat — must try to taste for yourself!
Roasted to crispy perfection, these “cheezy” string beans resemble a healthy veggie chip with the easy option to be dairy-free. Easy to follow recipe and only 10 minutes in the oven! Great as a side dish or on its’ own.
The first time that I utilized this star-shaped wonder, I had noticed that I was starting to come down with some type of wintertime illness. To my surprise, after drinking the anise soak, I never ended up getting sick, and the subtle symptoms vanished within 48 hours.
The cancer-fighting properties of lemons have been studied for quite some time now & it’s noted that the peel actually has a more ability to detox the body than the juice alone.
HOMEMADE GUMMIES the entire family will love! Easy recipe, for on-the-go snack size bursts of yummy yet healing goodness!
A basic beginner’s recipe that is a good foundation to any acai smoothie bowl.