I originally saw a similar recipe on a website for an Italian dish usually eaten for good luck on New Year's eve. I came up with this version based on what ingredients I had on hand and this is how I make it every time. I crave this in the winter and I am sure your body will love it with all the vitamin C it will get from the oranges.
You can make this salad ahead of time and thow it into the refrigerator to chill it down a bit or you can serve at room temperature. Either way it is delicous. It will also keep over night if you want to bring leftovers for lunch.
By prepping breakfast the night before it allows for a easy stress-free morning.
Tip: You gut microbes love to eat teh fiber int eh blueberries, oats, seeds and nuts. Meanwhile, your brain loves the omega-3 fats in the seeds and nuts.
It may sound simple enough but sometimes we just need a little reminder to liven things up. Add this or any variation of fruit to plain water and drink up.
Tip: You can buy a bag (or several bags) of frozen chopped fruit and throw those into your cup, thromos, or uber-cool mason jar in the morning. They are already washed and cut and will keep your water colder longer.
Just say yum to this fresh delicous and nutritious dressing!
Tip: Store extra dressing in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
Liven up your traditional cauliflower with a little spice and some Tahini Sauce. The turmeric and paprika in this recipe gives it color that really pops!
Tip: You can even more spice to this dish by adding it to the tahini sauce. A bit more hot chili flakes and papriki make for a beautiful presentation. You can even throw a bit of fresh chopped cilantro on top as a garnish if you want even more color (just like we did in the picture).