Enjoy this veganized version of an American classic, the reuben! Made with sautéed tempeh, a homemade vegan thousand island sauce, and gooey vegan cheese.
Tag: Chicago vegetarian blog
Try these tasty, vegan Mexican Pizzas inspired by Taco Bell’s notorious Mexican Pizza. I added some spinach, garlic, and plenty of Enchilada sauce to these pizzas. You can easily make them on a weeknight when you’re busy!
Enjoy Taco Tuesday with these delicious and hearty vegan chorizo potato tacos. These can be made with seitan chorizo or soy chorizo. Topped with vegan chipotle aioli or your choice of salsa, these will not disappoint.
See here for this flavorful coconut bean noodle stew recipe! It’s vegan, comforting, and extremely delicious. It incorporates Indian and Thai flavors while using cannellini and garbanzo beans.
My travels in India led me to try some insanely delicious vegetarian food in Goa and Mumbai. Read to see the extremely flavorful, vegetarian food that I had the pleasure of eating during my time in India.
This recipe is perfect for a laid-back weekend morning and is quick and easy to make. I actually find this even more flavorful than a regular egg scramble minus the guilt! Tofu is such a blank slate so it’s really easy to cater it to your tastebuds. I really love how moist this is too!
A review of Logan Square’s newest regional Italian restaurant, Testaccio featuring regional Italian and Mediterranean dishes. Craft cocktails, small plates, and a charming ambience make this a welcome addition to Logan Square’s burgeoning restaurant scene.
Hearty, healthy, and quick to make spinach lentil stew with plenty of garlic. Oh, it’s vegan too!
I finally tried Chicago’s first and only Japanese Okonomiyaki (Japanese pancakes) style restaurant. It is now one of my favorite restaurants in Chicago! I was impressed by everything I ate, it was all so delectable and distinct.
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!