Recipes by KarmaFree Cooking

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KarmaFree Cooking Class – Salads and Dressings

KarmaFree Cooking Class – Salads and Dressings by KarmaFree Cooking

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Pumpkin Almond Oatmeal

Pumpkin Almond Oatmeal by KarmaFree Cooking

27NovSome of you may still have a few leftovers from Thanksgiving… some pureed pumpkin, some condensed milk from making pie or even a tres leches cake. Wink, wink…Well, that was my predicament about this same time last year – left over pumpkin and condensed milk from making a few batches of my Pumpkin 4 Leches Cake. I was not let…

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Pumpkin Chia Kisses

Pumpkin Chia Kisses by KarmaFree Cooking

10NovI’m in total Thanksgiving mode and because usually is just Mom and me… I decided to make something sweet to end our lunch, but small and cute to sweeten our life without making it too sweet.That’s how these little Pumpkin Kisses came about… you could also call them mini-muffins, but the idea of naming them Kisses was too…

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Vegan Spanokopita

Vegan Spanokopita by KarmaFree Cooking

I love Greek food… and every time I visit my sister we always order from this little Greek restaurant next to her place. I loooove to order myself a Stuffed Pita Sandwich made with Greek Salad inside. It’s so delicious I even crave it as soon as I book my flight to FL.For a while, my sister avoided dairy… and she loves to eat the…

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Apple Cranberry Crisp

Apple Cranberry Crisp by KarmaFree Cooking

28SepApples and cranberries… to me these fruits speak of autumn to me. They remind me of chilly weather and getting cozy inside when the weather is getting cooler outside.Trying to work with what nature gives us naturally each season, this is my tribute to those fall flavors I love so much.APPLE CRANBERRY CRISPPre-heat oven to…

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Quinoa Tabbouleh

Quinoa Tabbouleh by KarmaFree Cooking

I am a lover of Middle-eastern food… ever since I visited Israel 15 years ago, I have been a fan of falafels, hummus, pita bread, rice pilaf, dolmades, among others.Tabbouleh would be part of that fan list, however, the tabboulehs made usually in Middle-Eastern restaurants are too heavy on the parsley for my taste. And now that I am…

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Avocado Pasta

Avocado Pasta by KarmaFree Cooking

22SepAvocado season is here… and even though a few slices of avocado is the perfect accompaniment to any meal, and with so many ripening all at the same time, I’ve had to find creative ways to eat them all by myself…This Avocado Pasta has become the last few weeks in my go-to lunch… it’s easy to make, mainly an assembly of flavors,…

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Lau Lau

Lau Lau by KarmaFree Cooking

Lau Lau’s are leaves stuffed with sweet potatoes and steamed. This is a very typical luau dish in Hawaii. I have made plenty of times stuffed cabbage leaves (not to self… share these recipes on the blog), but I have never worked with collard greens, as the recipes I found on the internet called for. I was prepared to make this…

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Taro Root Nests

Taro Root Nests by KarmaFree Cooking

14SepI’m in love with taro root or malangas, as I call them on a daily basis…Here is a fun and easy way to make taro root for your next party of gathering.TARO ROOT NESTSFrying oil – canola oil, grape seed oil, vegetable oil, peanut oil, etc.Shred the taro root pieces using the shredding blade of your food processor. You could also…

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Colombian Breakfast Arepas

Colombian Breakfast Arepas by KarmaFree Cooking

I’ve never been to Colombia… YET. But I have many Colombian friends who boast the deliciousness of their native cooking – Rubén, Andrew, Karina, Enrique, and my good friend, Dolly. Whenever we visit our Yoga Center in Queens, she always wants to please our Guruji, and all of us who visit, with many of her Colombian favorite…

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