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29 Nov

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Tuna-Less Tuna Salad

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This delicious “tuna” salad contains no tuna, egg or dairy. It is made with chickpeas, red onion, celery, pickles and nori seaweed (for that “from the sea” taste). The flavors in this salad are united by vegan mayonnaise, an emulsion that incorporates a protein to become stable. (e.g., Soy or pea protein are commonly used.)

This completely vegan mixture may not be full of fish, but it sure is full of flavor. Click on the image below to view the full recipe.

Have a Sen-sea-tional Day!

The Rouxbe Online Cooking School Team

14 May

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The Easiest Dessert Recipe Ever!

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This dessert is so easy you can practically make it with your eyes closed.

Click on the image below to play the video. Click on the “watch in HD” to the bottom of the video to watch it in high def.

Refreshing lime sorbet is paired with red wine to form a super quick, yet shockingly delicious, dessert.

Not that you need it, but here is the recipe for this Lime Sorbet Dessert.

Have a great weekend everyone!

dawn

p.s. this recipe was actually introduced to us by one of camera men, Sergio – thanks Sergio!

22 Jul

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No-Cook-Dead-Easy Dessert Recipe

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Fresh fruit topped with sour cream, buttery shortbread cookies and drizzled with honey – life couldn’t be better. This is the perfect desert for summer, or when you just don’t feel like cooking.

This dessert is best when berries are at their peak of ripeness and the fruit is sweet and juicy! Simply top with a few dollops of delicious sour cream and then crumble a few cookies over that.

Shortbread cookies add a sweet buttery crunch to this oh-so-easy dessert. You could make your own, but some store-bought cookies can still be quite good – just make sure they are “all-butter” without any preservatives.

Honey is last thing that gets drizzled over top, yet it’s one of the first flavors to hit your taste buds, so make sure to use a good quality honey.

Here is the recipe for Fresh Fruit with Sour Cream, Shortbread and Honey – even though I know you can pretty much figure this one out on your own :-)

Here’s to Sunny Days!

dawn

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