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.
Being half Hungarian I grew up eating a lot of paprika and dill, so I find these flavors extremely comforting. Dill and paprika go so well with one of my favorite veggies, mushrooms! All that umami with herbaceous notes and spice is a dream come true! Unfortunately, a lot of Hungarian food has meat/sour cream/general dairy in it and since I don’t cook with dairy, I wanted to veganize this classic, cozy dish.
Check out my delicious, vegan portobello mushroom fajita taco recipe. It’s packed with flavors and is perfect for a weeknight when you don’t have that much time! It’s tried and true – I’ve been cooking this for many years now!
Check out my veganized version of a classic favorite Indian dish, Palak Paneer but with tofu and coconut milk instead! Super fresh and delicious while maintaining its flavors!
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 love Thai curries with coconut milk and they can easily be made vegan. See my recipe below for how to make a flavorful and comforting Vegan Thai Curry Soup.
Quick and relatively easy recipe, which is perfect for feeding people during the holidays. Super flavorful and you won’t break the bank!
Check out my miso udon noodle recipe with tofu, shiitake mushrooms, and spinach. Enjoy this recipe on a cold winter day with as many or as little toppings as you’d like!
One of my favorite Chinese dishes to eat is Mapo Tofu. I love the tongue-numbing features of the Szechuan peppercorns, the depth of chili flavors in the sauce, and the texture of the soft tofu that perfectly absorbs the sultry sauce. There are only a few restaurants I have been to that do Mapo Tofu excellently. I have been disappointed with most so I set out to make one of my favorite Chinese dishes from the Szechuan province. You can make this as mild or spicy as you prefer!