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Vegan Southwestern Black Bean Burgers

I would hazard a guess that every vegan and vegetarian and most non-veggie eaters have had a black bean burger before (at least in the US). They are certainly one of the most common veggie burgers offered at restaurants and in stores. And for good reason! They’re delicious, and a vegetarian classic. There might a …

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Spaghetti with Sun Dried Tomato Cream and Chickpea Meatballs

This is comfort food at it’s best: spaghetti tossed in a creamy sun dried tomato sauce with chickpea-based meatballs on top. So delicious my husband recommend that we ‘test’ the recipe again ASAP. Can’t say I blame him for wanting more. There’s something so satisfying about twirling freshly cooked spaghetti around your fork and shoveling …

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Tamarind Glazed Tempeh with Stir Fried Vegetables and Rice Noodles

I love the fresh and vibrant flavors in this tamarind flavored dish. Tangy, sweet and sour tamarind is the perfect accompaniment to the nutty flavor of tempeh, which is enhanced with a spoonful of delicious almond butter. The tangy glaze is balanced with some sweet agave nectar, and a healthy dose of spicy heat. The …

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Cauliflower and French Lentils with Smoky Red Pepper Sauce

Pan roasted cauliflower rubbed with smoked paprika, french lentils simmered with thyme, chewy sweet and salty shiitakes, and the smokiest zippiest sauce to finish it off. This recipe is oh so delicious. It’s of the cuisine I’ve named Pan-European, with cauliflower being from the Mediterranean, smoked paprika being Eastern European, the lentils being French (duh), …

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Penne with White Wine Cream Sauce and Broccolini

This recipe is one of my lazy girl recipes. How can something with such a fancy name, be a lazy girl recipe you ask? Well, because it’s ready in under a half an hour and doesn’t make a huge mess, so clean up is minimal. Plus it’s an easy way to include your veggies for a complete …

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