Oh helloooo, I've been meaning to post this recipe for weeks (okay maybe months) now. I just made it again tonight along with those sexy falafels from the Thrive Energy cookbook. I have been missing Garbanzo since I moved here, so I wanted to make something as close to that as possible. I accompanied the tabbouleh and falafel with hummus, romaine, and this vegan tzatziki sauce. It was wonderful. I love Mediterranean food.
That's all I got. I am struggling to survive through the last two weeks of my first year of grad school, so maybe once that's over (and before I venture of to the UK for 3 weeks!!) you will see more from me. Enjoy lovies!
This is just a little something I whipped up as a snack...no frills or anything. All measurements are approximate. I had some leftover garbanzo beans and lentils from salads I ate recently, and knew lentils were good in hummus, so why not?! I wanted to add an extra creamy texture and a good source of fat to use in place of olive oil so that's where the avocado came in. This recipe would also be good with some cilantro mixed in, I didn't have any on hand unfortunately.
That's all, just thought I'd share this simple and delish creation :)
My horrible ways never cease. I have managed to neglect you darling individuals who care enough to read my blog this summer and it was definitely something I did not anticipate. Let me explain...
Once school ended, I started working full time. A week into summer one of my besties flew to CO to spend a week with me. Then I went right back to working full time while she started training for the summer job we once shared. I visited her (and other old friends) often during that two-week period. Once she left to start her job, I started packing up my apartment. I spent my time away from work packing and cleaning and transporting stuff home. Then I moved into another house to house/pet-sit for two weeks. On Friday I left that house, came home, and tomorrow I will go stay with a friend for 3 days so I can work a few more days. Then I'll return home for a couple days, spend a week working in New Orleans, and possibly go back to stay with that friend while I work a couple more weeks. Then it will be a quick transition back home for at least 5 months while I complete my internship/last semester of undergrad : )
Meet Kobi. I'll get to see this angel more than I have in the last 3 years! She likes to talk if you couldn't tell...
Hopefully this explains a little...It's not that I haven't been cooking! I just haven't had the energy to create blog posts, which are unbelievably time-consuming. I feel like I've been a nomad this whole summer.
At the end of this wonderful weekend, I figured I could muster up a bit of energy to share with you my "copy cat" recipe based on a sandwich I often enjoy from the cafe at my work.
This sandwich is jam packed with grilled veggie goodness and a delectable red pepper hummus. Perfect for summer, so go ahead and give it a try!