Raise your hand if you’re a little (or a lotta) dip obsessed! Ok, that’s everyone, right? Well, I’m pretty excited about sharing this recipe for the best vegan spinach artichoke dip. Baked until hot and bubbly, this veggie-filled dip needs to be on your menu!
Papas con rajas tacos get me every time. I mean, how does something so simple contain so much flavor?! Papas translates as potatoes, and rajas refers to the strips of roasted poblano peppers which are sautéed with onion. Together they are the most satisfying pair.
You guys. This recipe is evvvveerrrything. Chipotle sauce, magic sauce, the condiment you should always have on hand in your fridge. Creamy, silky, tangy, spicy–a little drizzle (if you can contain yourself) and your dinner becomes next level!
Ok, this is it, the perfect summertime meal–easy and bursting with flavor. Minimal cook time and delicious hot or cold. Hungry friends, meet these gochujang peanut noodles with patty pan squash! If you like quick and simple dinners then this recipe is calling your name!
Growing up we ate two kinds of pancakes: your average bisquick fluffy white flour pancakes and what we affectionately called “parent pancakes” (and still call them that to this day). Parent pancakes were a completely whole grain “healthy” pancake, at least until we drowned them in maple syrup.
I’m loving these buffalo chickpea rice paper wraps, especially when dipped into a creamy and herbaceous tahini ranch dip. They’re refreshing stuffed full of creamy avocado, crisp red bell pepper, spring-tender collard greens and a plethora of fresh herbs. And they’re filling and a bit spicy thanks to the pan fried buffalo chickpeas.
We have an addiction with a certain vegan maple breakfast sausage over here. Fellow seitan-loving Americans probably know which ones I’m talking about. And while we’re probably not going to stop buying them anytime soon (hello, convenience), I wanted to make a homemade version! And so, these tempeh maple breakfast sausage patties were created. A …
Kung Pao, that American-Chinese food classic with roots in Sichuan cuisine, gets a vegan makeover today. Wok fried tofu is doused in a flavorful, salty, tongue tingly sauce and tossed with handfuls of buttery roasted peanuts. Add in some broccoli florets because why make 2 stir fries when you can enjoy one!
Do you crave creamy, soft, crumbly cheeses to go atop your tacos and salads? Or maybe to smear over a crusty piece of toast? Are you dreaming of a vegan version of queso fresco? Well I’ve got just the recipe for you!
If you’re craving comfort in the form of an Indian curry, this vegan palak tofu paneer is the recipe for you! It has a beautiful vibrantly green (like, you know this stuff is going to be good for you), creamy, and super flavorful spinach gravy base and crispy-edged, soft inside, crumbly tofu, which stands in …