Need some recipe inspiration for the holidays? Look no further than here for some vegan holiday themed apps, sides, mains, and dessert! All plant-based and flavorful with a global-flare!
Vegan – see below for the Miso Eggplant Stirfry Recipe! This recipe is a simple, yet super flavorful dish that is perfect for a weeknight so you can revel in the deliciousness without having to sacrifice too much of your time! And who doesn’t love miso?! See below for how […]
Fulfill your curry craving with some delicious Indian eggplant curry that is also vegan! It’s hearty, made with eggplant, optional kidney beans, pepper, and plenty of spices!
A hearty and healthy grilled eggplant served with chickpea tomato stew. These can be served together or separately but they are a match made in heaven! This is a relatively simple recipe that you can make on a weeknight.
Who doesn’t love a hearty piece of breaded eggplant smothered in marinara sauce and cheese?! Eggplant Parmesan is one of my favorite cozy dishes to make for a dinner party because it’s delicious, filling, and serves many people. However, there are many components to it and it can get time consuming. If you don’t have a lot of time to dedicate to this, you can definitely make the components at different times or make some shortcuts (e.g. sauce in a jar)…
Check out my recipe for a quick, yet mouthwateringly delicious Thai yellow curry with vegetables and tofu. Featuring eggplant, red pepper, and firm tofu!
This vegan broccoli eggplant dijonnaise is a quick and healthy dish that is perfect for a weeknight. It’s tasty but not super laborious.
I was inspired to cook Szechuan Eggplant after purchasing some Japanese eggplant from the farmers market. While I have cooked with regular eggplant many times, Japanese eggplant is long, lean, and purple. It’s absolutely beautiful. Szechuan eggplant is also quite simple to make, but you do need to baby the eggplant a bit since it is really easy to overcook and undercook it.
I love Chinese food but unfortunately the more fast/convenient Chinese food places tend to be high in sodium without fresh vegetables. This recipe is also based off of my mom’s Chinese food recipes. What I love about this dish is that it is hearty, delicious, and affordable! I am all about the sauces and I love this garlic sauce!