Smoky roasted cauliflower and portobello mushrooms with citrusy chili lime mayo perfectly compliment each other in this easy weeknight vegetarian dinner recipe.
The last time I attempted to make a quiche, I ended up with a runny, gross mess and a burn on my arm in the shape of a Nike swoosh. Not kidding. This time, making a quiche was much better. It tastes one million and a half times more awesome, has an awesome texture, is… Continue reading The Best and Only Vegan Potato, Spinach and Onion Quiche Recipe You’ll Ever Need
I don’t normally buy a lot of fake meats but when I do, I fry them in oil and cover them in hot sauce. I was at my local downtown urban market, Duckweed Urban Market, which is like, my new favorite place in the entire world. I go there most days during the week on… Continue reading Buffalo Un-Chicken Sandwich
Here’s an awesome way to get fresh fruit onto a salad that doesn’t feel out of place. It actually feels perfectly in place with warm ocean breezes and tropical drinks in your hand. Guavas are one of my absolute favorite foods, aside from papaya. I used to think I didn’t like fruit, but I knew… Continue reading Tropical Coconut Tofu Salad with Papaya Guava Vinaigrette
I was having a craving for something fried, but didn’t want to go completely crazy and actually eat something fried. Whew, since fried things taste so bad! Ha! Falafel is kind of like a hush puppy, but it’s made with chickpeas instead of cornmeal. The flavors are quite satisfactory and it goes great with Annie’s… Continue reading Falafel with Fattoush-Inspired Salad
We love stuffed shells filled with my vegan ricotta cheese recipe, so I decided to put a little twist on Italian food and basically make it Mexican pasta. What a great idea this recipe was. You can fill it with black beans, refried beans, browned seasoned tempeh or a veggie meat like Morningstar Farms crumbles… Continue reading Mexican Stuffed Shells
These wraps are chocked full of raw veggies and eliminate the empty calories regular sushi rolls contain by omitting the rice. My hubby and I both are huge sushi fans, and I wanted to make some this week for dinner, but I didn’t want to take all the extra time to cook rice, then season… Continue reading Sushi Nori Wraps