These sauces are great ideas for keeping salads, grain bowls, proteins, and veggies interesting and flavorful.
Want to make a better grain bowl this year? The secret’s in the sauce. The answer to a better grain bowl is all about how you’re topping it. And these five quick sauces — made with ingredients you probably have waiting in your pantry — are an easy way to up to kick up the flavor and make those grain bowls pop.
Navajo Tacos are a favorite of mine. I pile them high with beans and veggies, and sometimes ground beef. They are a fried bread, tho, so not much healthyness. Still… so good. Once in a long while, and with lots and lots of veggies… 🙂
So In making the previously posted recipe, I checked to see if I could make my own orzo instead of going to the store. And Yes! You can! And its very, very simple.
A simpler way to make tortillas, half corn half flour. Scroll down to the comments to see the actual recipe.
Seitan is a vegan meat alternative. It is made from gluten, the protein found in wheat. Today gluten-free is very popular, but if you don’t have a sensitivity to wheat, then there is no need to avoid it. However, it can be much harder on a veg diet to find protein that does not have soy. Seitan is very high in protein and has the same texture as meats, and can be flavored however you like. You can buy it pre-made in most cities near the tofu, but where I live it is impossible to find. Works out better anyways, because its very easy to make and much more cost effective.