When I do make brunch at home, I am going for healthy and tasty. So this is my interpretation of a somewhat healthy/tasty chilaquiles recipe. I had leftover ingredients from enchiladas I made a few days before so I thought why not make a brunch version of an enchilada with my favorite part of the enchiladas…the red sauce!
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 delicious way to use silken tofu in your next Taco Tuesday recipe! It adds a fun texture and is also a great egg substitute.
These smoky, garlic mushrooms are a quick, yet flavorful and healthy side dish or a perfect snack on the weekdays!
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 this simple and tasty avocado toast recipe with as many or as little toppings as you’d like. Keep it vegan or add an egg to it!
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 recipe is perfect for a weeknight when you want something tasty and healthy but don’t have a lot of time. Upton’s and the Jackfruit Company also marinate their jackfruit ahead of time so you really don’t have to add that much flavor to them, but as someone who loves spicy, flavorful food, I still add many spices to fully bring out the flavor. You can easily eat these fajitas in a corn tortilla as a taco or just in a bowl by itself with some toppings. Either way it will be delicious.
A vegetarian twist on a classic lo mein! This recipe is packed with veggies, garlic sauce, and tofu to keep you warm and satiated.