I love a meal that lasts. The kind that you can twist and turn and use a bunch of different ways throughout the week. That peanut sauce I made yesterday, recipe over at Food52, is just that. And it's all real, whole food. Nothing processed. Just DIY goodness that loves you up. As soon as I saw it, I knew I had to make it!
Last night's soba + homemade peanut sauce extravaganza was a success!
And today, I decided to use the leftover sauce as salad dressing. It worked perfectly! And thankfully, there's still a LOT left. (I can't get enough.) :) My favorite base these days? It's Organic Girl's SUPER GREENS! mix.
Here's the beautiful salad I created today. Really simple, super nourishing, and delicious.
Creating beautiful, nourishing food is a form of self-love and self-care. And when you do it for others, you're extending that same love and care to them.
Plus: It's fun to get creative with your food!
What are your favorite dishes to make that stretch throughout the week? Do double or triple duty? Take a minute to share below!
Have a great rest of the week, guys!