Archive for garlic

Garlicky Butter Beans with Spinach

This is so easy, I hesitate to call it a recipe. It’s really just dressing up a can of beans for an easy lunch or dinner dish. I made this in about 15 minutes and served it over my Easy Vegan Cornbread. Delish! It would be great with some crusty Italian bread or over biscuits, too.

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Summer Pasta with Tomatoes, Garlic, and Basil

This is a wonderful way to use those beautiful, fresh summer tomatoes that are just bursting with flavor. (And it’s so simple, it’s more a process than a recipe!) Don’t let the amount of garlic worry you – it mellows as it cooks.

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Kale with Tahini Garlic Dressing

This dish is similar to the kale that you find on the cold bar at Whole Foods, and it was inspired by a recipe on eatingbirdfood.com. I just increased some of the amounts and changed some of the proportions of the dressing ingredients a bit for a saucier dish…those who know me know IT’S ALL ABOUT THE SAUCE (or dressing) – I am the sauce QUEEN!

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White Bean and Roasted Garlic Hummus

Hummus is traditionally made with chickpeas, but you can make an excellent hummus with white beans as well. Roasting mellows out the garlic and gives it an almost sweet flavor, so don’t be afraid of the garlic! Plus, it keeps the vampires away. (Except the ones that you don’t mind coming around…Damon or Stefan Salvatore, perhaps?)

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Fermented Garlic Pickles

Fun fact: I only recently learned that I can ferment my own pickles. I thought that my mom’s method of making pickles with vinegar was the only way of doing it! Wow, was I wrong. I recently picked up a copy of the book Fermented Vegetables by Kirsten and Jeremy Shockey. (Stop by your local bookstore and pick it up or order it today – it’s a terrific resource!) This is their recipe for garlic pickle slices – and be warned: this recipe is FOR GARLIC LOVERS ONLY. That said, they are crazy delicious and so good for you, chock full of probiotics.

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