This Mango Cilantro Salad Dressing Vegan Recipe is packed with tropical flavors, fresh and healthy. This recipe is easy to make and serves as a dip for veggies and fruits.
This Mango Cilantro Salad Dressing will be your favorite salad dressing. Not to mention that you can serve it as a salad dressing or dip for veggies and fruits. It is the perfect dressing for your Spring and Summer salads. I also like to use it as a salsa for my tacos. This dressing will transport you to the tropics! Every time I make this salad dressing is a big hit. It’s a staple in my Puerto Rican kitchen. Living far away from my country is hard. For that reason, I like to use food purposely. Then I can connect with my roots using tropical ingredients like mango, cilantro, and Caribbean spices.
How to grow sprouts in your kitchen? This is a simple guide to help you grow sprouts in your kitchen with simple tools. Are you ready? Let’s talk about it.
Sprouts have been a staple in Chinese cuisine for a long time, and now they are really popular in the West. I’ve always been fascinated by sprouts and microgreens from a young age. Now, after my father-in-law, who has been gardening his whole life, started sprouting in his kitchen, I felt motivated to start my own. Hence, I had amazing results.
This Crispy Baked Tofu was marinated using Trader’s Joe Everything but the Bagel seasoning. This recipe is very simple to make. You only need a few ingredients, is healthy and so delicious. I love making tofu because it’s so versatile and filling.
Despite its reputation, tofu is rich in plant protein, contains essential amino acids, a great source of iron, calcium, and the minerals manganese and phosphorous. In addition to this, it also contains magnesium, copper, zinc, and vitamin B1. I always make sure to buy high-quality, organic, and non-GMO tofu.