Clean Food: Recipe and Cookbook Giveaway

This giveaway has ended, thanks for entering! Congrats Dyan!

I recently received a promo copy of Terry Walters’ revised & expanded edition of Clean Food, and have been really excited to get back into the kitchen making someone else’s recipes for a change. I get tons of questions about transitioning to a plant-based diet, so I love having a new cookbook to recommend. (Besides mine, of course!) Check out Terry’s recipe for Sweet Potato and Black Bean Burritos with Cashew Cheese, and check the end of this post to find out how you can win a copy of Clean Food!

Want to win a copy of Clean Food? Help spread the word about Terry Walters’ upcoming Clean Food online event. Tweet between today and 1/24 using the hashtag #cleanfood2013 and I’ll randomly select one of you to win this book!

Tweet example:
Join @Terrywalters for #cleanfood2013 tips & recipes this Thurs at 7pm. Follow @bakeanddestroy for a chance to win the Clean Food cookbook!

Don’t do “the Twitter”? No worries, leave a comment on this post about your favorite veggie to enter.

This contest is open to residents of the US and Canada – good luck!

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Clean Food: Recipe and Cookbook Giveaway Recipe

Sweet Potato and Black Bean Burritos with Cashew Cheese

By BakeandDestroy Published: January 20, 2013

  • Yield: 8 burritos (8 Servings)

This tasty burrito is packed with high-fiber veggies and super-simple cashew cheese, making it ideal for newbie vegans and omnivores alike!

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400°F.
  2. Prepare sweet potatoes: Place sweet potatoes on baking sheet or foil and bake 45 minutes or until soft. Remove from oven and cool.
  3. Prepare cashew cheese: In food processor, grind cashews to a fine meal. Add nutritional yeast and process briefly to combine. Add oil and process until you have a moist meal (do not overprocess or meal will become dough-like). Set aside.
  4. Set oven to broil. Place corn in strainer. Bring 1 cup water to boil and pour over corn to blanch or thaw.
  5. Peel sweet potatoes and mash with lime juice. Fold in black beans, onion and tomato. Spoon filling into center of each tortilla, roll up and place, seam side down in shallow casserole. Spoon salsa over top and broil 3 minutes. Remove from broiler, top with cashew cheese and corn and broil 2 more minutes, watching closely to keep cheese from burning. Remove from broiler, top with chopped scallions and serve.

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    18 Comments

    1. I have always, always been the girl who loves carrots and kale… I can’t pick between the two as a favorite, so it’s a tie. I was the weirdo kid who brought kale chips to school in my packed lunch! Whereas most parents have to force-feed their kids vegetables, it was almost like I was programmed to be a vegan at birth, given my absolute love of the greens and the oranges… and the reds… and yellows… but yeah, kale 4ever!

    2. Thanks for the giveaway. My favorite veggie, difficult to mention just one because I love it all. Hummm…I would say kale ans spinach.

    3. I also twitted the information needed :)

    4. Before your original Clean Food cookbook I had never eaten kale – but it is now my favorite and I eat it every day! Thank you for your inspirational recipes and helping change my life!

    5. Kale,it makes me feel Ahhhhmazing!!!!

    6. My favorite vegetable is the artichoke. It’s like a vegetable *and* a hobby.

    7. I love kale! It is super versatile and healthy. It can be simple or dressed up.

    8. My favorite veg would have to be….beets. You can bake with them, pickle them, die clothing with them….the possibilities are endless.

    9. My daughter and I had a wonderful dinner last night with beets and avocados – two of my favorite foods!

    10. I like spinach!

    11. I am a sucker for green beans. Always and forever.

    12. My favorite veggie is undoubtedly brussel sprouts!!! :) They are super yummy, especially when they are roasted and thrown into a salad!

    13. Spinach is the only veg my kids will willingly eat….but they don’t know that I’ve been sneaking carrot and/or sweet potato puree into their refried beans and tomato sauce!

    14. My favorite veggie, that is a tough one. Most recently I have been eating a lot of kale salad and have really enjoyed it. It is a nice change from traditional salad greens.

    15. Um. I am SUPER excited about this book since I will be attempting full time veganism Feb 1. Right now my favorite vegggie is spinach. In salads, on pizza, cooked, uncooked – all beautiful and brilliant!

    16. Gosh…my favorite vegetable. I’d probably have to say I’m on a spinach kick right now. In smoothies, in salads, thrown into dinner; whatever it’s in, it’s great. However, I’m also really liking parsnips lately, and I always have mushrooms around to incorporate in my cooking.

    17. I’m not a huge fan of onions but anything with sweet potatoes … oh my! This recipe would be awesome especially in the summer when all of the ingredients are fresh from the local farms in my neighborhood!

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