Baked “Fries” + Hummus Ketchup + Ginger Lemon Greens ‘n Beans

Want to know my new motto?  Act like a potato, eat a potato

creative, right?

don’t answer that.

This dinner is one of my all time favorites because it checks all the boxes: balanced, nutrient dense, tastes the opposite

As a bonus it only takes about 30 minutes to make (only about 10 if you don’t include baking time) which is perfect after a long day when you just want to chill with a good dinner.

Normally I would eat “fries” with just a regular salad, but I lately I have been trying to eat foods that will pacify my Ayurvedic constitution (which I believe is having an imbalance toward Kapha right now). This means transitioning away from cold foods in favor of more warm foods!

I can’t wait to learn and share more about my dive into Ayurveda – for now, this dinner is easy and yummy as hell.



  • white potato (one per person)
  • smoked paprika seasoning
  • olive or avocado oil (I used spray-on olive oil from TJ’s)
  • pink salt

Hummus Ketchup:

  • ketchup (I use low sugar)
  • red pepper hummus
  • water


  • greens of your choice (I used mixed baby spinach, kale, and chard)
  • ginger (I use “stir-in ginger paste from TJ’s – fresh would probably be better though)
  • garlic (I use minced garlic in a jar haha, it’s convenient)
  • lemon juice (I use store bought organic, not-from-concentrate – I know fresh is much better but it’s just hard for me to have fresh lemons on hand all the time)
  • black beans (*I exclusively use Eden Foods Organic Black Beans because they pressure cook the beans removing most of the inflammation causing lectins found in beans)
  • pink salt
  • water



  1. Preheat ovan to 450
  2. Chop potato into wedges slightly larger than your average french fry
  3. Grease pan with oil of choice and place fries on pan
  4. Sprinkle on generous amounts of smoked paprika and pink salt and shake pan to evenly coat wedges
  5. Bake 15 mins then flip wedges with a fork
  6. Bake another 15 mins
  7. Remove from oven and enjoy!

Hummus Ketchup:

  1. Combine equal parts ketchup and hummus in a small bowl
  2. Add small amounts of water and stir with a fork until desired consistency is reached


  1. In a sauce pan, mix  2-3 tbsp of water with with around a tsp of garlic and ginger, a splash of lemon juice and salt to taste over medium heat
  2. Add in a few large handfuls of greens and scant 1/3 C black beans
  3. Mix and sauté until greens are mostly wilted and beans are warm

I hope you enjoy these! I paired it with a nice glass of red wine and this weeks episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians…¯\_(ツ)_/¯


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