It’s a classic with a twist. This roasted golden beet salad has all of the flavors: earthy, sweet, tangy, creamy, bright, peppery, grassy.
Packed with aromatics and other umami-rich ingredients, and with their beautiful jade green exterior, these vegan-friendly gyoza are sure to be a winner at any table.
These caramel apple hand pies are made with (mostly) wholesome ingredients, are refined sugar free, but just as decadent and flavorful as their sugary cousins.
Making pie crust from scratch can be daunting, but I have a recipe for you (vegan or all-butter) that will take away your apprehension and show you how easy it is to achieve tender, flaky pie crust without the fuss.
At it’s bare minimum, nice cream (a.k.a. banana ice cream) can be made with one ingredient, so it’s allergy and special dietary needs-friendly. I’m going to show you my tricks to making the best nice cream, and 3 variations.
These black beans and brown rice are both high in fiber and together make a complete protein and are completely vegan. Often beans and rice can be bland and boring, but these are anything but. And with an array of toppings (and a little bit of planning ahead), it’ll become your favorite week night, low budget, nutritious dinner.
Miso soup is a traditional Japanese food staple, and with this simple recipe you’ll be enjoying your own little bowl at any meal, any day of week.
Dashi is a Japanese stock, usually made with dried bonito flakes (but I have a vegan version for you, too), that is used pretty much everywhere in Japanese cuisine. And making it from scratch is so easy, it’s not worth buying the powdered stuff ever again.
Malaysian claypot chicken rice is traditionally cooked in a claypot, as the name obviously suggests. But I’ve adapted it for a rice cooker and brown rice for a simple and nutritious turn-the-rice-cooker-on-and-walk-away dinner that you’ll keep coming back to. And I even have a vegan variation for you.
Smooth and creamy with just enough crunch Vegan Coconut Chocolate Bark you can throw together in minutes that’s actually good for you.