Found 542 recipes within: Vegan

Khichuri

This popular Indian comfort food is a thick stew packed with wonderful vegetables. It’s is traditionally served with papadums, although naan is also a tasty option if you can’t find papdums locally. Split yellow mung beans, which are also sold under the name moong dal, can be swapped with red lentils or yellow split peas… Read more »

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Salt-Free Ras el Hanout

Slightly sweet, lightly spicy, and richly complex, ras el hanout is the spice blend at the heart of Moroccan cooking. While spice blends don’t offer enough calories per serving to rate for better or for worse, this blend deliberately leaves out the salt to make it easier for you to adjust the sodium levels in… Read more »

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Vegan Sweet Potato Joes

If you’re baking or roasting veggies for another dish, throw your sweet potatoes in at the same time to conserve time and energy. They take about 40 minutes at 350ºF to cook, and you can reheat easily in the microwave on the day you’re making the lentils.  

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Pita Bread

Can you buy pita at the store? Of course. Do they take some time and effort? Naturally. Then is it really worth the hassle of making them fresh? You betcha. Truly fresh pita bread is a beast entirely unlike anything you can buy in the store, and as breads go, it’s one of the easiest… Read more »

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Lemon Artichoke Hummus

Take your hummus game from good to fantastic with this incredibly luscious blend of flavors. You’ll love it as a dip for veggies or as a sandwich spread, perfect to pair with crisp sprouts and ripe tomatoes.  

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Cheesy Chickpeas

Don’t let the name fool you–this snack is completely vegan! The cheese-like flavor comes from nutritional yeast, which is a treat whether or not you abstain from eating dairy. You’ll love the savory crunch of this easy snack, and it’s perfect to tuck into a lunchbox for on-the-go munching.  

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Date Candy

Medjool dates are sweet and earthy in a way that makes them a wonderful approximation for caramels. Paired with almond flour and almond butter to create a smooth texture with a nutty taste, these candies have no added sugar and still provide a delightful sweet treat.  

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