piecesinprogress:

This recipe is so simple but such a delicious way to make cauliflower! The chickpeas add protein & heartiness and the curry powder packs a ton of flavor. This version is not spicy so if you like hot food definitely add red chili flakes, cumin, or your spice of choice!
Here’s a few great ways to use this!
I paired mine with quinoa & red lentils and chilled it
Eat it straight off the pan (or as a side dish haha)
On top of baby spinach with a lemon or yogurt based salad dressing
Rolled up in a whole wheat wrap (or naan!) with Raita
Add chicken or fish to the pan & roast it all together for a veggie loaded main dish
Pureed with vegetable stock (optional light cream or soymilk) for a flavorful soup
Lightly stir fried with basmati rice for a veggie filled take on byriani
For more easy veggie recipes go here! :)

piecesinprogress:

This recipe is so simple but such a delicious way to make cauliflower! The chickpeas add protein & heartiness and the curry powder packs a ton of flavor. This version is not spicy so if you like hot food definitely add red chili flakes, cumin, or your spice of choice!

Here’s a few great ways to use this!

  • I paired mine with quinoa & red lentils and chilled it
  • Eat it straight off the pan (or as a side dish haha)
  • On top of baby spinach with a lemon or yogurt based salad dressing
  • Rolled up in a whole wheat wrap (or naan!) with Raita
  • Add chicken or fish to the pan & roast it all together for a veggie loaded main dish
  • Pureed with vegetable stock (optional light cream or soymilk) for a flavorful soup
  • Lightly stir fried with basmati rice for a veggie filled take on byriani

For more easy veggie recipes go here! :)

Sometimes I forget to listen. I forget to let a friend be. To tell their whole story and paint their full heart into the air. I’m too eager to respond with a fix, a solution, a plan. I interrupt the art. I look for a pause to jump in and offer all sorts of articulate banter, when this isn’t what they want. They just want to speak until they’re out of breath, and then meet eyes and feel like they’re okay and understood and not alone. It’s a beautiful thing, and I want to let it happen. I want to let them finish painting in their own words. And then maybe I will understand.