Honey Lamb skewers with grilled vegetables and saffron couscous

In the Christian faith, Easter marks the resurrection of Jesus Christ and it’s also a time of sharing. That’s why, in my family, we love to gather for a copious Easter meal. Even though, I no longer live with my parents, I try as best as I can to continue my family tradition by cooking, almost every year, an Easter meal for my family and friends.

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Roasted BBQ chickpeas

On Day 2 of my Vegan challenge I decided to make a vegan and gluten free snack. Usually for a crunchy snack I would pick a bag of potato chips or shrimp chips when I do my grocery shopping. However, since this week, in the spirit of trying new vegan dishes, I decided to give this recipe of chickpeas a try because I had heard from many people who are vegans and not vegans that roasted chickpeas were delicious to eat. To be honest with you, after making them myself, I can tell you that I wasn’t disappointed. I would go as far as to say that this vegan snack will remain on my must-eat even after this Vegan challenge ends.

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Baba ganoush with Flat bread

Going Vegan for one week!!

Weeks ago, a friend of mine who is vegan taunted me about not being able to spend a week without my proteins. So this week I decided to accept her challenge by going fully vegan for a week. As a meat and dairy lover, I wanted to challenge myself and see if I could spend an entire week by only eating vegetables and substitutes to meat and dairy. You have no idea how it’s difficult for anyone who likes to have meat and dairy in their daily meals to be deprived of it for seven days. However, I’m ready for the challenge.

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Smoked salmon and avocado Salad

I don’t know about you, but there are some days where I’m just not inspired to cook. So for those days, I usually make a simple dish that would require little to no work, but at the same time a dish that would please my palate. This is why I love this Smoked Salmon and Avocado salad recipe. It’s a very simple dish with only three main ingredients, and it’s easy to assemble. For this salad, I use Mâche (also known as Corn salad or Lamb’s lettuce) because of its mild nutty flavor and soft texture. And it’s also a plant with many nutrients and has three times as much vitamin C as lettuce for example, which is a good thing for those in need of vitamin C supplements.

Here is the recipe:

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