It's been raining so much in Vancouver lately, our weekends have unfortunately had to spent indoors rather than in the mountains. On the other side, I've had plenty of time testing new recipes and those colorful spring rolls were the best occupation I could find on one of those rainy afternoons. I've always been attracted to rainbow food and I've been dying to create my own springrolls. Here they are!!!
Speaking of really easy and quick recipes, this delicious stir-fry is a must try. Coming from Europe, I was pleasantly surprised to find tons of Asian vegetables at the supermarket in Vancouver. If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, then you might have heard about my urge to eat and try different food ALL. THE. TIME. That’s why I bought okras and decided to create a stir-fry recipe with it...
Whether as an entry before a vegan feast or as a main course on a hot summer day, these refreshing endive boats are a delicious salty-sweet dish option! Savory and crispy is my favorite combo when it comes to salads and this one is a pure delight! Endives can be quite expensive in North America, so feel free to replace them with lettuce leaves.
I’m not 100% vegan yet but with this kind of delicious recipes, I’m that close (very close). Bell peppers are one of my favorite veggies and finding new ways to accommodate them is always very exciting. I’m sharing with you this super easy (foolproof so to speak) recipe. Don’t forget to have some fun with the different bell pepper shades….the whole purpose of eating vegetarian and / or vegan is to #EatTheRainbow!