Spicy Hunan Tofu  

We usually don’t think twice before going out for Chinese food or ordering takeout. The common misconception is that it is a bit tedious to cook it at home as there are a number of ingredients involved. But once you … Continue reading

Vegan Quinoa Tofu Fried Rice

One common request that I have gotten from my vegetarian readers is to post some recipes that include tofu. I use tofu in a lot of ways at home in a variety of cuisines, ranging from Indian, to Chinese, to … Continue reading

Quinoa Corn Vegan Bhel (savory snack)

Ever since I was a little girl, I remember the one thing I would look forward to every day was my evening snack. After coming back from school and before going out to play or doing homework, I would just … Continue reading

Baked Buffalo Chicken Wings

The Super Bowl is just around the corner, and I know that I’m already planning my menu! I’ve had some time to experiment with different recipes thanks to the famous Snowpocalypse of 2015. I am very excited to have been asked … Continue reading

Pasta Fagioli Soup with Barley

This year winter has very slowly crept in but it now it’s definitely in full form. In fact, it’s so cold here that it’s painful when the air first hits your face! As a result, we are in full comfort food mode, with warm soups on … Continue reading

Happy New Year!

Thank you all for the support over the past year! Starting HealthyEatsForAll.com has been an amazing journey so far, and I look forward to sharing more recipes with you all this year!

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No-Bake Pumpkin Pie Mousse Cups

I have a family of sweet-tooths, so it’s not surprising that their favorite part of Thanksgiving isn’t the turkey, but rather the desserts that follow! As a family of foodies, we love this time of year, but I don’t love … Continue reading

Barley Veggie Rainbow Salad

You can ask any doctor and you will get the same advice, it’s always better to get your vitamins and minerals through fresh wholesome food rather than pills. One should eat veggies and fruits from all color food groups to … Continue reading

Meatless Monday: Black Beans and veggies soup

As soon as the weather changes and fall is here, it’s like the gears inside us also switch. It starts getting dark sooner, there is a distinct chill in the air, and most important of all……Halloween costumes start appearing in … Continue reading

Baked Falafels

One of the first Middle Eastern foods that I ever tried was a Falafel wrap (along with Tabbouleh and Hummus)! I was instantly hooked; I just couldn’t get enough of them. But when we moved from Ohio to Massachusetts, we … Continue reading