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Yesterday’s side is today’s dinner

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Any leftovers from the Cauliflower dish I posted yesterday? Now you’ve got tonight’s supper.

Cauliflower, bean and goat cheese Pita sandwiches

~ 2 cups leftover cauliflower (https://chefuptotheplate.wordpress.com/2016/04/19/i-love-veggies/), coarsely chopped

2 cups cooked kidney beans (canned, rinsed or freshly cooked from dry) or other beans of your choosing

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rind and juice of 1 lemon

1 tsp cumin (or more to taste)

2 oz goat cheese, crumbled

1/4-1/2 cup chopped fresh mint

pita bread

Heat leftover cauliflower in a skillet with kidney beans, lemon, cumin and goat cheese until hot. Spoon into Pita 1/2’s and sprinkle with mint.

Serves 3-4 (1 whole 6″ pita per person)

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Author: ssleedsrd1843

Sari Schlussel-Leeds, MS, RD, CDN is a Registered Dietitian who loves to cook and to eat! Her love of both naturally led to a career in nutrition. After years practicing clinical nutrition, Sari now focuses on Nutrition Education. Sari’s limits her private practice to the counseling of adults specializing in medical nutrition therapy. With “moderation” as her mantra, Sari knows that no matter what the condition, eating needs to be pleasurable. Her blog, www.chefuptotheplate.wordpress.com, is a forum reflecting that mantra with healthful and delicious foods as well as tips for a healthy lifestyle. All content of www.chefuptotheplate.wordpress.com is the intellectual property of Sari Schlussel-Leeds, MS, RDN, CDN

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