Because there are countless ways to make a great one.
Source: 50 Salad Recipes | Kitchn
Vegetarian as is. Leave off cheese if vegan. Put on low-carb bread or roll up in low-carb tortillas if you’re low carb. Add some sliced turkey for more protein. Change up veggies depending on what you have. No matter what, this sounds super refreshing and nourishing right now when I consider all the great stuff we got from our local farmers market.
The ultimate feel-good, no-cook summer sandwich, just as California intended.
Could make with low carb tortillas to reduce carbs or leave them out all together. Also can use gluten free corn tortillas if gluten is a problem for you. A scoop or two of unflavored protein powder would also mix in well in this and boost the protein even more.
A bit of a different take on what we think of when we think ‘stir fry’. Sounds interesting and good tho!
It’s the time of year when I’m excited by the abundance of beautiful produce arriving in our CSA, but I’m also simultaneously hoping to spend less time in the kitchen — both in an effort to keep cool and to spend as much time as possible enjoying these last days of summer. In August, one cooking method I lean on is stir-frying. A quick stir-fry can flexibly incorporate almost any vegetable and requires only about five minutes at the stove.
You could mix in genepro unflavored protein powder in the cheese layers to bang up the protein in this, or if you eat meat, add some ground beef or turkey or italian sausage. If you are ultra low carb, you could even leave out the breading
If you love eggplant Parmesan, you’ve got to try this cheesy, saucy casserole.