Mimosa Poached Salmon Salad is a quick, yet elegant dish that is sure to impress! Serve it up at brunch (with a mimosa on the side, of course) or with fresh crusty bread for a light and refreshing summer meal.
First off, thank you to everyone who read, commented, or shared my last post on IBS. I’m not usually one for talking about my feelings, so writing such a personal blog post was definitely not an easy task. But this is a topic that I’m extremely passionate about and believe needs to be spoken about more openly, so it was worth it. I just hope you know how much all of your support means to me!
Now, back to the food…
Have you ever found yourself so distracted by the thought of a recipe that you just NEED to make it in order to ever have hopes of focusing on anything else ever again?
No? Just me? Okay.
Well anyways, that’s how this beautiful creation came to be.
Earlier this week, I was just sitting around minding my own business and working on my thesis project, when out of the blue… BAM. Mimosa Poached Salmon Salad.
I don’t know where it came from or how it got there – I’ve never had anything even remotely close this recipe before in my life. Perhaps it was all the mimosa recipes I’ve been seeing on social media lately in preparation for Mother’s day. Or the fact that National Mimosa Day is right around the corner (yes, that’s a thing.. and it’s May 16th – google it). Or maybeeee it was the bottomless mimosas I had at brunch last weekend. We’ll never know. All I know is that once Mimosa Poached Salmon set up camp at the front of my brain, it was there to stay.
I tried to shake it and continue working, but the image of salmon bathing in champagne and orange juice was just too much to handle. Soo, a few days later and here we are.
Coffee Marinated Steak Salad with Coffee-Infused Balsamic Vinaigrette is a restaurant-quality salad that comes together in a flash. Serve it as an easy weeknight dinner or prep ahead of time to enjoy for lunch during the week! Low FODMAP & gluten-free.
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Hi friends! Long time, no chat.
Before I dive into today’s post, let me just apologize for my unintentionally intentional month-long hiatus (double apologies for the fact that this hiatus just so happened to coincide with National Nutrition Month… #dietitianfail). Life came at me real hard and real fast this past month and rather than add yet another stressor to the pile, I decided to take a step back and put the ol’ blog (err young blog..?) on the back burner.
But let me tell you, it feels good to be back. I have so much to tell you! Starting with a long overdue update on my ongoing digestive issues and my recent transition to the low FODMAP diet. But let’s save all that serious mumbo-jumbo for another day, shall we?
First, coffee. (more…)
This Sheet Pan Apple & Brie Stuffed Chicken is elegant enough for a special occasion, but easy enough to whip up for a no-fuss weeknight meal. Plus, it’s all cooked on one pan… meaning minimal clean-up required!
Life hacks are all the rage lately. And honestly, there’s never been a trend I could get behind more. After all, who isn’t looking for ways to save time, money (and their sanity) in today’s crazy hectic world? (more…)
Vegetarian meatballs might sound like an oxymoron, but one bite of these Eggplant Meatballs and you’ll be hooked! These protein-packed, plant-based meatballs taste just like the real deal and are guaranteed to be a hit with vegetarians and carnivores alike.
If this recipe sounds slightly familiar to you, it’s probably because I raved about it when I posted it on Instagram back in
October SEPTEMBER (yikes, I didn’t realize it was that long ago!). At the time, I promised that I would share the recipe on the blog in the next few weeks and, well, I think you know where this is going… (more…)
Roasted Spaghetti Squash with 15-Minute Marinara is a simple, plant-based alternative to traditional pasta dishes! Top with your favorite protein source for an easy weeknight meal!
January is a complicated month for those of us living in the northern hemisphere.
On the one hand, we want to put on our sweatpants, curl up by the fire, and hibernate under a blanket with a big bowl of mac and cheese. But then there’s those pesky New Years resolutions lingering in the back of your mind, reminding us of our intentions for a healthier year. So alas, we put away the comfort food and settle for a plate full of baked chicken and steamed broccoli instead (not that there’s anything wrong with that, of course – but it likely won’t satisfy those comfort food cravings) (more…)