- Vegan Parmesan Cheese
- Vegan Hoppin’ John
- Farro & Chickpea Salad
- Sweet Potato Pakoras
- Vegan Gougères
- Chana Masala / Spiced Chickpeas with Rice
- Black Bean Burritos
- Spiced Socca
- Greek Bean Soup
- Cold Sesame Noodles
- Mixed Vegetable Pakoras
- Vegan Celeriac Remoulade
- Curried Butternut Squash Soup
- Vegan Kale Pesto
- Vegetable Lentil Soup
- Savory Stuffed Flatbread
- Cashew Cheese with Garlic and Herbs
- Farro with Mushrooms, Carrots and Tomatoes
- Artichoke Chickpea Fritters
Category Archives: vegan
This recipe is a compilation and adaptation of the Mixed Vegetable Pakoras recipe from Manjula’s Kitchen, my favorite food website, and Chubby’s Peckish Pakoras, a recipe from Tarquin Hall’s Case of the Love Commandos, the latest in his series of … Continue reading
Delicious, quick, and easy to make, celeriac remoulade is a lively side dish that is an especially satisfying accompaniment to a sandwich.
This vegan version of the Provencal tart is as savory and delicious as the classic. The crisp pastry topped with spinach, onions, olives, and red peppers, is bursting with Mediterranean flavor.
This spicy and savory soup warms you up from the inside out.
Vegan KALE pesto. It’s delicious!
Adapted from Deborah Madison’s Hearty Lentil Soup recipe in her classic cookbook, Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone, this is a flavorful and satisfying soup. It’s the perfect lunch for cool fall days.
This addictive flatbread, which we have made about a dozen times since we first tried it, was inspired by one of Melissa Clark’s cooking videos on the website of the New York Times. Her Feta-Stuffed Grilled Flatbread recipe looks amazing … Continue reading
This delicious vegan cheese is a breeze to make and satisfies that primal craving for cheese and crackers at the cocktail hour. I have combined several recipies to come up with this one. My sources were Basic Raw Cashew … Continue reading
This recipe is a variation on Farro and Kale Pilaf, which is infinitely adaptable. This version replaces the kale with other vegetables. The mushrooms give the farro a smoky, earthy flavor and the carrots add sweetness.
Artichoke Chickpea Fritters These savory fritters can be made small and served as an appetizer or made large and served as a main course. Either way, they are crispy and delicious.