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“Easiest 1-Hour Roast Beef”
Chickpeas with Tomato Dill Sauce

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There’s Middle Eastern restaurant in my neighborhood that makes this delicious dish with white beans and dill. I tried making my own version, since eating out gets expensive quite quickly, and it turned out really well. I used chickpeas instead of white beans, and I think you could use whatever…

Tips for Boiling Chicken

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So, I’ve seen a few mentions of boiling chicken to cook it, or with the end goal of shredding. A lot of those have mentioned that it’s best to boil it in broth, and that water’s a good substitute if you don’t have it.

Well, I always boil my chicken in water, and here’s why: the water becomes…

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Spinach and Artichoke Dip Pasta
Golabki

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When I was little I would help my mom in the kitchen. One meal I distinctly remember was golabki. Golabki are basically just cabbage rolls filled with rice and meat, however you can substitute the meat for tvp or mushrooms if you want a vegetarian / vegan version. It also makes a large amount so…

Simple Flavored Chickpeas

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This recipe is super simple and quick but also very delicious! Chickpeas are high in protein and fiber so they’re a really good choice for vegetarians and vegans.

Things needed: 1 can chickpeas, 1 bowl, 1 tablespoon, olive oil, salt, pepper, seasonings of your choice, a baking sheet, an oven

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Childhood Memory Soup
Shout out to my mom for this amazing three-ingredient recipe that’s served me well over the years! It take less than 10 minutes to put together, and is delicious, vegetarian, and full of protein! 
Servings: Usually about 4-5, depending on amount of optional ingredients you put in. 
Core ingredients: 
-4 cups of broth (chicken, beef, veggie—whatever rocks your socks!) 
-1 can of lentils 
-1 140 g package of herb goat cheese (I use the PC kind—it’s 3.99-4.99 a package, which may be a little steep for some folks, but it tastes delicious and will last you a few meals!) Optional ingredients (use at least one of these to thicken it up! I usually go for tomatoes, which are featured in the picture): 
-half a can of tomatoes (and/or) 
-1.5 cups of chopped mushrooms (and/or) 
-1 chopped onion 
-spices (I usually use cayenne pepper, oregano, onion powder, salt, and pepper.)Boil up the broth, throw in the lentils and/or other ingredients, melt in the package of cheese, add some spices to taste, and you’re good to go! Enjoy :)
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Fried cod