Tag Archives: Red Palm Oil

Quick and Easy Cilantro Mint Dressing

Organic, dairy-free Cilantro Mint Dressing

With fresh herbs and spices: cilantro, mint, and garlic you can make this creamy dressing. You can use organic extra virgin olive oil or organic, fair trade, red palm oil. Also made with super food hemp seeds; you can find the recipe on my website: http://www.lesliecerier.com/recipes/cilantro-mint-dressing/ Enjoy this delicious, quick and easy to prepare Continue reading

Vegan Risotto

Shiitake Mushroom Risotto with Saffron and Butternut Squash

Cooked together butternut squash and shiitake mushrooms make a sweet and savory dairy-free risotto. Comforting and totally satisfying!

This time, I used my last organic butternut squash, local organic shiitake mushrooms cooked with the rice and organic red wine. To make the stock extra rich and immune enhancing, I used Continue reading

Cooking Class for Energy and Stamina

Organic, dairy-free Cilantro Mint Dressing

You can use anyone of a variety or organic healthy fats like organic hemp oil, extra virgin olive oil, fair trade organic red palm oil, among others to make fabulous dressings with herbs to spice up any green salad. Join me April 20 for Hands on vegetarian cooking class cooking with healthy fats for energy and stamina in Amherst MA. From vegetarian main course to pastries, I will show Continue reading

Creative Vegetarian Cooking with Herbs and Healthy Fats

Madagascar Pink rice with cumin seeds and cashews

You can go wild in your kitchen mixing and matching a variety of spices, nuts, healthy fats and  varieties of rice to make this quick and easy vegetarian Madagascar Pink Rice with Cashews recipe. When I developed this recipe, I researched spices and nuts that come from Madagascar to create an authentic, delicious, quick and easy vegan, gluten-free, vegetarian recipe. I enjoy cooking and eating organic Madagascar pink rice, which has an enticing color and an unusual, almost tropical flavor. And for a whole grain rice, only takes 15-20 minutes to cook. Continue reading