For the best results, make your own flaxseed meal from seeds that are either fresh or have been stored in the freezer in an airtight container. If you have a coffee grinder dedicated to spices, it will produce a nice, fine meal for your vegan “egg” substitute.
Tender sweet potato slices topped with cranberry-celery chutney are the perfect evocation of Thanksgiving no matter what the season. For a stronger taste of the holidays, play around with a bit of chopped apple or your favorite poultry seasoning to give this simple dish your own flair.
What’s better than tuna with mayo? This recipe: no contest. Tuna’s salty flavor is genius with beans, veggies, and capers. With ingredients this flavorful, any dressing more than a little lemon juice and olive oil would be overkill. Tip: If you want to make this ahead, keep the greens separate until right before you serve.
There’s nothing quite like a bright burst of color to make a plate more appealing and make veggies look enticing. This slaw is a minor variation on a cookout classic—test it in place of your old family recipe at your next summer shindig.
There’s only one word for this perfect summer salad: refreshing. Crispy, cool fruits and veggies are topped with an herbed vinaigrette that’s like a gift from the garden on a hot day.
The mix of vegetables in this recipe isn’t as important as the balance of starchy to non-starchy. Feel free to play with whatever is available near you. Just remember to steam the starchy vegetables for a nice texture throughout the dish.
If you’re looking for the perfect main course to wow at a vegetarian feast, look no further than this excellent salad. It’s also an excellent meal to make ahead to reheat throughout the week for lunches.
Mushrooms compete with meat for satiety, making them a brilliant choice for vegetarian main courses or sides to cut down on the meat on your plate.