Kale & Sweet Potato Fritters

Friends, these fritters are a must try! The natural sweetness of sweet potato blends beautifully with sautéed onion and nutrient-packed kale. Indian spice blend garam masala adds complex, warming flavor. Plus, just 7 ingredients, 1 bowl, and 30 minutes…

Kale & Sweet Potato Fritters

Friends, these fritters are a must try! The natural sweetness of sweet potato blends beautifully with sautéed onion and nutrient-packed kale. Indian spice blend garam masala adds complex, warming flavor. Plus, just 7 ingredients, 1 bowl, and 30 minutes required!

Top with our new love, mint chutney, for the ultimate side or snack! Let us show you how it’s done.

How to Make These Sweet Potato Fritters

Sweet potatoes, kale, and red onion form the colorful base for these fritters.

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Shawarma Roasted Cabbage Wedges with Green Chutney

Have a head of cabbage dying in your fridge? Us too. But we have an idea! Slice it and roast it in wedges for an elegant side. Cabbage gets sliced into wedges, rubbed with a generous amount of our go-to shawarma spice blend, then roasted to perfection….

Shawarma Roasted Cabbage Wedges with Green Chutney

Have a head of cabbage dying in your fridge? Us too. But we have an idea! Slice it and roast it in wedges for an elegant side. Cabbage gets sliced into wedges, rubbed with a generous amount of our go-to shawarma spice blend, then roasted to perfection. Who knew cabbage could be such a show stopper?! Just 4 ingredients and 1 pan required. Let us show you how it’s done.

How to Make Roasted Cabbage Wedges

It starts with cutting the cabbage.

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Cranberry Chutney

Have you ever gone away for a few weeks and found out that you’d left the freezer door ajar? Well, I did. And let me tell you, it wasn’t pretty. Before traveling, since I’m anti-gaspillage (against food waste), I jammed whatever I could into my already-stuffed freezer, including a half-eaten tomato tart, which I thought would be nice to have ready-and-waiting upon my arrival home,…

Have you ever gone away for a few weeks and found out that you’d left the freezer door ajar? Well, I did. And let me tell you, it wasn’t pretty.

Before traveling, since I’m anti-gaspillage (against food waste), I jammed whatever I could into my already-stuffed freezer, including a half-eaten tomato tart, which I thought would be nice to have ready-and-waiting upon my arrival home, partially-used blocks of butter, and the miscellaneous leftover ends of bread that one collects when one constantly buys too much bread. When I returned, I realized that one of those bread pieces had been caught in the door and kept it from sealing closed.

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