Super Natural Simple: Whole-Food, Vegetarian Recipes for Real Life by Heidi Swanson

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  • Granola for everyone

    • ccav on December 12, 2021

      This was really good and easy. Made with puffed kamut and sliced almonds.

    • e_ballad on May 16, 2021

      Ignore the quantities specified in this recipe. Double them! My 3x kids devoured the whole lot in one sitting!!!

  • Paprika-spiced mushroom stew

    • mlbatt on December 29, 2021

      Indexing error - there's no tortellini in the recipe. However, there are mushrooms!

  • Roasted chile-peanut tofu

    • mlbatt on December 29, 2021

      I expected more from this, it was just okay. Hubby liked it a bit more than I did, though.

  • Sriracha-tomato soup

    • kath on December 29, 2021

      This tomato soup was simple and very good, BUT... 3 tablespoons of Sriracha made it way too hot for me. Even my heat-loving husband thought it was too spicy. I would definitely make it again, but probably with 1 tablespoon of Sriracha. I'd put the bottle of Sriracha on the table for people to spice it up, if they want.

  • Jasmine-chia breakfast pudding

    • EmilyR on March 23, 2021

      I've previously made this with coconut milk, which is far richer, but the Jasmine comes through with regular milk. Nice and simple.

  • Coconut-baked tofu with broccoli & beans

    • EmilyR on March 31, 2021

      After surveying the foods I had on hand I then saw the Cilantro-green curry paste here as well as the rest of the ingredients and it was kismet. This is a simple and effortless dish - as many I've made in this book seem to be, but packed with flavor.

  • Burrata ball, four ways: turmeric-garlic drizzle

    • EmilyR on March 29, 2021

      i don't need an excuse to eat burrata, but this is a nice change for something a bit different.

  • Jalapeño-cheddar socca

    • EmilyR on March 31, 2021

      Perfect little savory chickpea pancakes. I paired it with a salted labneh... also made the beet + feta variant from the book.

  • Cilantro-green curry paste

    • EmilyR on March 31, 2021

      Needed green curry paste in a pinch and here it is! Flavorful and effortless to make.

  • Peanut stew with spinach & miso

    • lizbot2000 on March 28, 2021

      This was great! Really easy and fast and delicious. I'll be making this again and experimenting with other curry pastes.

  • Jalapeño-lime split pea soup

    • lizbot2000 on March 28, 2021

      This was wonderful. The yogurt and hemp hearts really add to it, and I was surprised at how much I liked the jalapeño and salsa verde with the split peas. Easy, fast, delicious.

  • Pinkest party dip

    • sayeater on October 07, 2021

      Comes together quickly. Used Rancho Gordo cassoulet beans that I pressure cooked. Bright pink color even without the dragonfruit powder. A solid bean dip, but no wow factor other than color.

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  • ISBN 10 198485688X
  • ISBN 13 9781984856883
  • Linked ISBNs
  • Published Mar 23 2021
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 288
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Ten Speed Press

Publishers Text

More than 120 whole-food, vegetarian recipes for quick weeknight meals full of flavor, spice, color, and nutrition from the New York Times bestselling author of Super Natural Cooking.

If you're looking for approachable ways to work more vegetables and whole foods onto your plate, this book is for you. In this artfully photographed collection, James Beard Award-winning author and beloved blogger Heidi Swanson presents recipes with short ingredients lists, make-ahead techniques, and clever methods to create high-impact meals. Dishes like French Onion Breakfast Strata, Blistered Cherry Tomato Soba, Crunchy Peanut and Saffron Citrus Salad, Ravioli in Toasted Almond Broth, and Jasmine Tea Sparkler are easy to prepare and beautiful on the table.

The magic (and benefits!) of cooking with nutrient-dense plants, fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and other natural foods are real. Spices like turmeric, cinnamon, cumin, paprika, and chiles are shown to have health-protecting qualities while herbs contribute powerful phytonutrients to prevent disease and keep our bodies working properly. Staying connected to what you eat is one of the most impactful ways to support your health and well-being.

Super Natural Simple features recipes for make-ahead mornings, weeknight noodles, one-bowl baking, the best salads, nourishing soups and stews, easy-drinking refreshers, single skillets, sheet-pan meals, and easy grills, while a power pantry provides the staples you'll want to have on hand. With 150 photographs reflecting Heidi's sunny Southern California lifestyle, Super Natural Simple makes eating well second nature.

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