If you’d like to explore tempeh but aren’t sure of how to try it, this basic stir-fry is an excellent recipe to start with. Don’t feel chained to the vegetable list: as with most stir-fry recipes, this recipe is well-suited to using up odds and ends of veggies leftover from other recipes.
Koshari is fondly considered the national dish of Egypt and is sold prominently as street food. The mix of lentils, pasta, rice, and spiced tomato sauce is considered to be wonderful comfort food.
This easy vegetarian curry uses spices that are in many pantries to begin with. Potatoes and squash carry the flavors wonderfully and coconut milk provides a creamy finish. Serve over brown rice or with whole-grain flatbread.
Made with freshly grilled vegetables and dressed with a fresh lemon-herb dressing, this warm potato salad is an absolute treat. Serve it at your next cookout…and then make a second batch the next day because you’ll be sad there weren’t any leftovers.
The sweetness of strawberry and the creaminess of avocado make a unique topping that’s great as a topping for salad, tacos, rice bowls, or just chips.
Leeks and shiitake mushrooms team up to bring an earthy, complex flavor to this easy-yet-elegant quinoa dish. Serve it at your next dinner party to provide a vegan side that will wow and sustain all your guests.
If you’re new to the “Buddha bowl” trend, they’re basically single-bowl vegetarian meals that are served cold. Done right, they’re downright delicious, as this recipe will demonstrate.
Two popular dips join forces to create this simple, delicious and nutritious appetizer. Dietitian’s Tip: For the best flavor and texture, make this layer dip closer to when you plan to serve it. Dietitian’s Fun Fact: Just 1 serving of this dip contains 25% of your recommended daily intake of Vitamin C!