Smoky Sun Dried Tomato Hummus

This quick and easy recipe came from my daughter, Taryn. She is an amazing cook and into super healthy foods.

Photo Credit: Elephantjournal.com

Photo Credit: Elephantjournal.com

What you will need:

Place everything in a food processor and mix. Enjoy with crackers, bread, pita chips, veggies, and more!

Lemon Pepper Vegetarian Hash

This recipe came from one of those nights when you need to clean out the fridge. You know, where you take whatever you find and turn it into a meal. My fridge was a little lean so I found potatoes, onions, and cabbage.

What you will need:

Put the potatoes in a large deep sauté pan with about ¼ cup of water. Cover and place over high heat to steam until the water is gone and the potatoes are about ½ cooked.

Add the onions and EVOO as needed to sauté the potatoes and onions. First, toss them liberally in the oil. Cover and wait about 3-4 minutes so that the bottom will brown. Turn over the mixture to bring the browned bottom to the top and repeat about 3-4 times until the potatoes are getting soft, there are lots of crispy parts, and the onions are nicely golden.

Add the cabbage and liberally sprinkle with Lemon Olive OIl and fresh ground pepper. Saute until the cabbage is soft but not wilted.

Add a bit of salt to taste and serve.

Lemon and Fig Flavored Fruit Stuffed Wontons

Lemon and Fig: one of my favorite pairings! To begin, you will need:

First, toss together the blueberries, apricots, goat cheese, and Fig Balsamic in a large bowl.

Next, fill wonton wrappers with the mixture and then seal. Drizzle Lemon Olive Oil on top and add a touch of brown sugar.

Bake at 350 degrees for about 12 minutes until golden brown.

This recipe was created on the fly by my daughter, Taryn. Enjoy!