Slow cooked pork tenderloin, tangy vegetables, creamy avocado and a fresh squeeze of lime makes for the perfect sandwich turned bowl. This dish is a new favorite in our household, we have been making it on repeat. These bowls are so healthy and easy to make. The tenderloin is super lean and the brown rice/ cauliflower rice base give the bowl good sustenance. The best part to me is the assortment of toppings! I put alllll the vegetables. To name a few, cucumber, carrots, radishes, cabbage, I mean the possibilities
Tacos might just be my favorite thing to eat in the entire world. Tacos, queso and pasta are definitely my top three. Because I love tacos so much, I decided I needed to come up with a healthier version so that I am able to make them more often! There are a few reasons why these tacos are healthier than most. First off, I use Siete Cassava flour tortillas which have all clean ingredients are only 70 calories a piece! Secondly, they are made with halibut and baked with zero
When I travel I love to try all the foods that the city/country is known for. I was in Greece a few summers ago and had the most incredible lamb gyro. I have been dreaming about this gyro ever since and finally decided to try to recreate it! Instead of using sliced lamb like the one I had in Greece, I decided to make mini meatballs. I also created a lightened up tzatziki sauce which pairs really well with these meatballs. I top the whole thing off with a tomato
Tzatziki Sauce is one of my favorite sauces, I don’t know why I don’t make it more often. Every time I do, I put it on everything. It is so fresh with the herbs and cucumber, and this recipe is so good for you too! It has all super clean ingredients so I don’t feel bad eating half the bowl with a bland chicken breast. I make this sauce everytime I make my lamb meatballs because they go perfectly together, but I am going to start making it more often!
I cook with salmon almost every week so this week I decided to switch it up and go with a white fish. I wanted to keep the dish simple, but complex in flavor and this recipe exceeded all my expectations. It has very few ingredients, can be made from start to finish in just about 30 minutes and is all cooked in one pot! I like to serve it with an arugula salad and some rice, but it would be amazing over some pasta as well! Enjoy! xo, Rachel