Monthly Archives: February 2013
This recipe is great because it’s made completely out of things that I almost always have in my kitchen. It’s a filling meal with a satisfying balance of rich, spicy flavors and lighter sweet accents. I’ve included directions for making your own roasted red peppers because it’s so easy and way cheaper than buying a […]
My husband is a mushroom lover, so this dish is a favorite in our home. This recipe comes from my mother’s kitchen and it is so satisfying. It’s hearty, savory, creamy, and still, of course, completely vegan. Mushroom Stroganoff Serves 4 2 large shallots, peeled and minced 4 cloves garlic, peeled and minced 2 […]
I’ve been craving some kind spicy peanut dish recently, and this recipe proved to be very satisfying. So quick and easy! Perfect for a quick, nutritious, filling lunch. Spicy Peanut Rice Bowl vegan, serves 2 Ingredients: A few handfuls of spring greens mix ½ avocado, sliced 1 cup cooked brown rice ½ pound extra […]
This is an awesome recipe for a quick lunch. Just roast your sweet potato beforehand and then you can produce this whole recipe in about ten minutes. Adapted from Lunch Box Bunch. Smoky Sweet Potato Soup vegan, serves 2 Ingredients: 1 sweet potato 1 cup garbanzo beans ½ cup vegetable stock ½ cup almond […]
This recipe is decadent. Making gnocchi may sound intimidating, but it’s not. It’s easy, low maintenance, and hard to mess up. I have been splurging and using real butter for this recipe so far and I’m intending to experiment and figure out a good vegan version… But I couldn’t resist going ahead and posting this version. […]
Red and white roses with baby’s breath. Champagne satin ribbon. Simple and traditional.