by Lyn Lomasi; Owner of Intent-sive Nature & the Brand Shamans network
You've probably heard of hummus, but as far as I know, no one else has done what we have with it. I was thinking one day and wanted a different take on both hummus and salsa, minus some of the ingredients from both, such as tahini, which my stomach is definitely not in love with. Enter hummus salsa.
Throw everything in a blender on the puree setting until it's well mixed and the consistency of salsa. If your blender has a tough time with it, just add a tiny bit more water at a time until it blends. Serve with chips, just like you would with salsa. You can also use it to top your favorite Mexican cuisine.
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If you're looking for a vegan recipe that allows you to enjoy some great Asian-style cuisine vegan style - and without soy or gluten, here you go! Our soy-free Spicy Szechuan Stir Fry recipe is sure to please large families, vegans, transitioning vegans, and even non-vegans! Let us know what you think in the comments below!
Put the olive oil in a wok or large frying pan. Throw in everything else and mix it up. Cover, stirring occasionally until everything is moist and evenly heated. This should take about 25-30 minutes. Serve on a plate with a fork or chopsticks.
Optional: Serve over rice or rice noodles.
*Note: Some individuals with wheat gluten sensitivities may also have sensitivities to corn gluten. If that's the case, eliminate the baby corn from this recipe. All other ingredients are safe for those on a gluten-free diet, to the best of our knowledge. Please let us know if you believe our information is incorrect, so that we can adjust the recipe.
Need to add some easily-made comfort to your meal? According to my kids (and many others), my homemade cabbage hits the spot. Preparation is simple and it can be pretty much left alone to do its thing while you’re preparing the rest of the meal. You haven’t had cabbage until you’ve had this mama’s cabbage. I may be biased, but try it and find out!
Fill a large pot with all ingredients, except the salt. Fill to a couple inches from brim with water. Then, heat the mixture on high until it’s boiling. Turn it down to medium-low heat and simmer for 45 minutes. Add salt to taste, if desired. Boil for another 15 minutes. Note that if the water boils below the food during cooking, you should add more water as needed.
Pairs well with:
Mama’s Spicy Meatloaf
Mama’s Country Soul Food Cornbread
Mama’s Mashed Potatoes
Mama’s Country Soul Food Green Beans and Potatoes
Mama’s Wings Seven Ways
Texas Style Smoked BBQ Ribs
Southern Style Potato Salad
*Note: Some of our older recipes were written before we went vegan. We plan to eventually update them all with vegan options, so if you see one that is not vegan, it will include a vegan version soon!
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Lyn Lomasi is founder and owner of the Brand Shamans Content Community. Services include ordained soul therapy and healing ministry, business success coaching, business success services, handcrafted healing jewelry, ethereal and anointing oils, altar and spiritual supplies and services, handcrafted healing beauty products, and more!
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