I recently had a full house when my parents came to stay with us and help get our home renovations under way. When you’re cooking for more than one type of person on the fly it can be a daunting task and you may just try to opt for the easy way out – packaged or fast food.
While we did step out to eat (slow food) a few times we did eat at home in our new kitchen as well. On a particularly busy afternoon I managed to find 3 types of protein that worked for the vegan, pescetarian and omnivorous family of the house.
Making a great base and then adding protein afterward is a great way to stick to YOUR dietary needs without singling out anyone in the family or neglecting yourself or them all together.
I hope you enjoy this one. The base Caesar recipe serves 4, protein serving suggestions (per person) below.
3 (women/kids)or 6 oz of protein per serving – salmon/chicken/tempeh
2 bunches freshly washed & chopped curly kale
1 cup washed bean sprouts patted dry
Himalayan sea salt to taste
Fresh ground pepper to taste
1 large clove elephant garlic diced
3 tbsp Veganaise
Juice of one lemon
2 tbsp nutritional yeast
Place washed and dried kale & sprouts in large bowl, set aside.
I use a hand blender and it’s receptacle (Braun) to place in all the dressing ingredients and blend until creamy.
Pour mixture over greens. Toss and coat thoroughly.
Top with protein of choice.