Combine the crispiness of a french fry and the creaminess of a baked potato and you get our take on the classic baked potato. You can load them with toppings and seasonings to go with any meal. You may never go back to regular baked potatoes again.
As we head into fall, it is time for some heartier, cold weather comfort foods. Nothing says comfort like a rich stew. This Beefless Stew comes together in a matter of minutes, so it makes a great weeknight meal.
We show you how peeling ginger is quick and easy by using a spoon.
A great addition to a falafel sandwich or part of a Mezze Platter for a Middle Eastern feast, these pickled beets are a must try.
Here is a quick video showing how to peel beets without staining your hands or clothing. Peeling beets has never been easier.
French onion soup topped with melted cheese was something I thought I said goodbye to when I became vegan. Traditionally made with butter, beef broth and dairy cheese, there is nothing vegan about it. However, with a little work it soon found its way back into my bowl. This soup is so rich even the most skeptical omnivore would be hard pressed to say it is not a traditional French onion soup. In fact, it is better than the traditional one as no one had to suffer or die for you to make it. Prep Time: 5 minutes Cooking Time: 1 hour, 25 minutes (this includes making the onions) Servings: 4 Ingredients: 1 Recipe Caramelized Onions 4 cups vegetable broth 1 not-beef bouillon cube 4 sprigs fresh thyme 4 slices of French bread (optional) 4 slices of vegan Jack style cheese (or mozzarella style) (optional) Directions: 1. Preheat oven to
Confession time: I had never had beets until the first time I roasted them… I was 38 years old. They were just never in my house growing up, so by the time I got to be an adult, I never even noticed them in the store. One day, Ethan said he wanted to get some at the store, so we got them. Then there I was left with these dirty looking roots, not sure what to do with them. Knowing that nothing brings out the sweetness in root vegetable like roasting them, I figured roasting would be a good idea and got to work preparing them. I am so glad I did and so grateful to Ethan for getting them. For this recipe we bring together beets, onions, garlic and carrots – sort of going back to our roots. (Sorry.) Try a variety of carrots if you can them. Carrots come
You often see recipes for caramelized onions saying it only takes a few minutes. Those recipes lie. You can brown onions quickly, but to really caramelize them and bring out the sweetness takes time. The time it takes is well worth it. At the end you will have a savory and sweet pile of caramelized onions that you can add to vegetable broth for a French Onion Soup, use a a topping for pizza, or put on a sandwich. You can make these omitting the flour and sherry at the end, but if you plan on using them for a soup, the flour and sherry are a must. Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 1 hour Yield: about 2 cups Ingredients: 2 TBL vegan butter 1 TBL vegetable oil 5 large onions (about 3 lb.), halved and thinly sliced ½ tsp. salt 2 Tbs. all-purpose flour* ⅓ cup dry sherry*
The sweetness of the sweet potatoes and corn get together for our Sweet Potato Corn Chowder. This is so hearty, it is a meal in itself.