365 Project: Recipes 46-60


Here’s the next batch of 15 recipes. 60 recipes seems like a lot but I’m only 1/7 of the way to my goal…time to step it up.

46. Mutter Paneer 


Source: Subbu’s Kitchen 

Notes: I was inspired to make my favorite Indian dish after visiting an Indian grocery store and finding they had paneer cheese.

Rating: LOVED

47. Broiled Citrus Salad 


Source: Eat Pretty 

Notes: This is part cookbook and part beauty guide. This is a great source for seasonal recipes and learning about plant sources for different vitamins and minerals.

Rating: Liked

48. Blood Orange Lavender Protein Shake 


Source: Original

Notes: Two small blood oranges peeled, a tablespoon of lavender, two tablespoons of orange blossom water, hemp seeds for garnish, natural flavor protein powder (I used Plant Fusion) and filtered water.

Rating: LOVED

49. White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies 


Source: The Chunky Chef 

Notes: I used applesauce instead of butter which is a great baking swap if you’re looking to reduce fat and calories.

Rating: Liked


50. Zucchini Hazelnut Salad 

Source: Plenty 

Notes: Seriously I can’t endorse this cookbook enough! The recipes are simple yet creative. I love it. I added hard boiled quail eggs for extra protein.

Rating: LOVED

51. Salmon and Apple Farro 


Source: Blue Apron

Notes: The farro with cooked apples was amazing. The salmon was a bit too rare and didn’t have a lot of flavor even with the addition of fresh rosemary.

Rating: Okay

52. Falafel Salad with Sweet Potatoes 


Source: Blue Apron

Notes: This was great and easy to reproduce. It was falafels in pitas with salad, tzatziki sauce, and baked sweet potatoes slices.

Rating: LOVED

53. Mint Spirulina Smoothie Bowl 


Source: Exploregram 

Notes: I didn’t do the dried strawberries. Fresh fruit would have also worked with this.

Rating: Liked


54. Bird Nests 

Source: Cookstr 

Notes: The recipe said this makes six nests but I had enough pasta to bake nine.

Rating: LOVED

55. Roasted Pepper Salad 


Source: Plenty 

Notes: I added hemp seeds for some protein since I served this as a meal instead of a side.

Rating: LOVED

56. Beet Soup with Pumpkin Seed Pesto 


Source: French Market Cookbook 

Notes: This cookbook is a great source for vegetarian French recipes.

Rating: Liked

57. Chicken Tikka Sandwich


Source: Upstairs Downstairs Cafe

Notes: I studied abroad in Ireland and was obsessed with this sandwich at the local cafe so decided to recreate it. I grilled chicken in tikka spices and served it on bread with red pepper, lettuce, cheddar, and vegan Mayo.

Rating: LOVED

58. Aglio Olio e Peperoncino


Source: Audrey at Home 

Notes: This cookbook is also a memoir by Audrey Hepburn’s youngest son and features recipes she loved.

Rating: LOVED

59. Chocolate Cake


Source: Nellie Bellie

Notes: Even with buttering the pans the cake was very hard to remove.

Rating: Okay

60. Blackberry Sage Protein Shake  


Source: Original

Notes: A scoop of Vanilla Protein (I used Vega One), half a cup of blackberries, 1 tsp of chia seeds and more for garnish, and four sage leaves blended with filtered water.

Rating: LOVED


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