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A snack that's easy to put together, filling and delicious.

Despite the simple preparation, this is an incredibly versatile snack. It can be had as part of your breakfast, a treat after lunch or a dessert after supper and you're sure to enjoy it either way.


You'll always start with a banana and add walnuts (or your favorite nuts or seeds) on top. A good snack always is a mix of at least 2 food groups. This time we're combining a fruit and a protein choice, for a long-lasting effect.


You'll then have a few choices to customize your bowl.

Add berries for a more refreshing, lighter snack - or cocoa powder for a chocolatey, more decadent treat. If you opt for the latter, consider going with a more ripe banana and mashing it with a fork - for a more pudding like final texture.

Add both and you'll have an entire new dessert.


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Nutty Banana Bowl
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A culinary delight passed on from the Buddhist monks.

Balancing stir fried tofu cubes and colorful vegetables, this dish has transitioned from being a staple of Buddhist temples to being popular in Chinese households and now all over the world.


Our variation combines broccoli and cauliflower, onion, carrots, snow peas and green onions, however the original dish often has more than 10 different vegetables. You can choose to do the same (especially if cooking for more people and using a bigger pot) and also add your favorite vegetables instead of the one we suggested.


Having different colored vegetables and only cooking them until they are tender and bright will ensure your plate will look drop-dead gorgeous. Keep in mind that different colored vegetables are more likely to provide you with a higher variety of nutrients, while darker colored vegetables tend to be more nutritious.


This recipe is part of the 2021 - Week 29 - Plant based Menu. Look under Menus for the other recipes of the series or Subscribe to our mailing list and receive complete weekly menu ideas with everything from the grocery shopping list to all standardized recipes in a menu, as well as an organized Order of Cooking list to save you time in the kitchen.


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Buddha's Delight - Chinese Tofu Stir Fry
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A delicious Turkish food made with red lentils and bulgur.

While these little guys are traditionally served as appetizers, they are quire filling and eating about 5-6 will absolutely satisfy your hunger. They are also quite nutritious and have great amounts of fiber and plant based protein.


Dill, parsley, green onions, cumin and paprika make this a delicious treat.


Consider serving these on a bed of green lettuce for a striking visual presentation.


This recipe is part of the 2021 - Week 29 - Plant based Menu. Look under Menus for the other recipes of the series or Subscribe to our mailing list and receive complete weekly menu ideas with everything from the grocery shopping list to all standardized recipes in a menu, as well as an organized Order of Cooking list to save you time in the kitchen.


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Mercimek köfte - Turkish Lentil balls
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