This is a super easy recipe you can put together on a weeknight for dinner. The spices blend together with the chickpeas making it a super filling and delicious meal, and the green chutney adds a little sweet and a little sour to balance out all the flavors!
The flavors in this jambalaya are out of this world. It's super simple to make your own creole seasoning as well. You can add some vegan spicy sausage if you want or just make this with the beans, rice, and veggies - either way it's delicious!
I love this roasted vegetable bowl because you can create a bunch of different versions. Just swap out some of the vegetables for other ones and top over quinoa instead of rice. This bowl is a great reboot if you've been struggling with eating healthy. Not only is it delicious it also makes you feel amazing!
Its almost hard to call this a dip because of its massive size. Still, its a new take on the typical ‘taco dip’. This bean dip is great for a party of 6 or a party of 2! Super quick and easy to make, I promise this won’t disappoint!
Before going vegan, one of my favorite casseroles was Chicken Divan. I've been craving it lately and I've finally come up with a vegan version that I swear tastes almost exactly like the original! Creamy sauce, delicious broccoli and cauliflower, and crunchy home made croutons, this is my ultimate comfort food!
Korma is one of my FAVORITE things to get when I go out for Indian food. It’s a little spicy, saucy, and so delicious. I've made a new version with a few substitutes that makes this a super tasty dinner on those cold winter nights!
There's something about the flavors of Thai Yellow Curry that I just love - the creaminess of the coconut milk, the spices that warm you from the inside out, and the slow cooked veggies make me just happy. Forget takeout - here's how you make Thai Yellow Curry at home and just wait until you see how easy it is!
I had a chili very similar to this while on an epic cycling trip through Scotland. We stopped at the only pub in the middle of the Isle of Lewis and Harris, super hungry and cold, and the owners made me this amazing chili! If you're ever on the Isle of Lewis and Harris be sure to go to the Loch Erisort Inn! Until then, you can make this chili and dream of being on the beautiful island!
I had one of those "this-is-so-amazing-why-have-I-never-tried-this-before!" moments when making this dish. I'd always heard of people using zucchini as noodles, but I didn't think it would be that great. Ha! I was WRONG! Its AMAZING! Paired with a delicious marinara beanball - welcome to the new Spaghetti & Meatlessballs!
I'm channeling my Polish Grandmother on this one and I think I've finally perfected the cabbage roll after multiple tries. Its filled with brown rice, lentils, mushrooms, onions, and garlic and eventually topped with yummy tomato sauce. A super satisfying meal, give this a whirl and I'm sure you'll love it!