The simple dressing would work well with many combinations of vegetables. For variety, try beets, parsnips, carrots, turnip or squash.
Seitan, sometimes known as “mock duck” or “wheat meat” is a high-protein vegan dish that resembles meat in texture. You can use seitan as you would chicken or tofu and the flavors can be easily adjusted with herbs or spices to suit any dish you enjoy.
When we say spicy to describe this entree, we mean it in the sense of “full of flavor,” not “hot.” If you like things hot, kick it up a notch with a little jalapeno or by choosing a hot salsa over a mild. Easy to tweak to your tastes, this south-of-the-border gem will set your tongue dancing.
This variation on a classic dish from the Middle East uses caramelized onion in place of deep-fried onions for a healthier version that loses none of the flavor.
If collards aren’t available, try the freshest available dark greens. For a tender and amazingly flavorful variation, try using mixed baby greens. Lima beans make a decent substitution for the butter beans if you can’t find butter beans at your local grocer.
If you’re looking for vegan comfort food, look no further. These fried patties, cooked in a small amount of canola oil, will make you glad you cooked at home instead of going out for fast food.
Japanese eggplants are characterized by their long, thin proportions. Spiced properly, they can be enjoyed like Italian sausage. Top with grilled peppers and onions on whole-grain rolls for a fun and delicious vegetarian cookout option.