Here's an easy and very hands-off recipe for a delicious, well-balanced vegan soup that will comfort you during these cooler months.
This vegan Japanese curry recipe is made from store-cupboard ingredients, ready in one hour, and makes a perfect weeknight dinner!
This vegan Japanese-style curry sauce recipe is perfect for katsu curry, made from pantry ingredients, and ready in the same time as a store-bought cutlet.
A vegan cooking basic, cashew cream can be used in a variety of ways. Sweet or savory, this cream lends a hand where heavy cream would typically be used.
This is a store cupboard recipe based on a traditional Georgian dish called lobio, a delicious bean stew. The recipe uses ingredients you likely already have in your pantry, or can easily get.
You'll never skip breakfast again after having this unbelievably flavorful tofu scramble. It's packed with flavor and all the right nutrients to start your day off the right way.
This is a vegan take on the classic chicken tikka masala. This dish has all the flavor of the original but with the extra goodness of plants. Cashew cream makes this dish rich and savory, and the tempeh lends a wonderful nuttiness. Indulge in this classic with no regrets!
Whether you're vegan or want to make cookies and are out of eggs, this four-ingredient cookie recipe is quick, easy, and healthy.
If you love a soup with a thick and creamy texture and a potent tomato and basil flavor, this is going to make your taste buds have a party in your mouth! The best part is that the soup is made completely from vegetables and herbs, accomplishing that impossibly creamy texture without any cream.
These apple walnut hermit cookies are vegan—made without eggs or dairy. To me, they summon up everything I love to remember of the eggy, spicy, yummy, munchy, cakey hermit cookies of my past non-vegan life.
If you're looking for an easy side dish for a weeknight meal, or perhaps for a decadent weekend treat, look no further. These whipped potatoes are perfectly loaded with vegan cream and butter, as well as just enough spice to be the perfect accompaniment to any meal.
This is a vegan take on the classic avgolemono soup. An excellent winter soup, this is jam-packed with vitamins, protein, and flavor. Great for those feeling under the weather or for anyone looking for a deliciously light evening meal.
Whether you're attending a backyard barbecue or hosting one of your own, these five easy vegan summer food ideas will surely please!
When you are vegan and love sandwiches, the problem is what to put inside. Here are a few solutions I've found that work very well for vegan sandwiches.
For most Americans, the most popular bagel topping is cream cheese. But vegans must find alternative toppings for their morning breakfast. Here are some delicious vegan options for you.
This article features three vegan burger recipes to suit all tastes. Easy to make and protein-packed, these burgers can be made from tempeh, tofu or soya mince. They can be served hot or cold.
I spent my first year as a vegan studying how to create the comfort foods from my meat-eating days. I found that many vegan comfort foods are actually easier to make than I thought they would be. The product recommendations and recipe tips on this page pass along what I've learned.
Don't miss out on blueberry muffins just because you avoid eggs or milk! This recipe is bursting full of berry flavor with subtle hints of lemon, and it's finished with a sweet topping to add dimension.
Fenugreek leaf (methi leaf) is a popular veggie due to its unique aroma and its health benefits. This methi leaf curry is a very healthy dish. It goes well with roti, chapati, and poori.
This multipurpose "cheez" sauce is excellent drizzled on nachos, baked potatoes, and steamed broccoli. It can also be used to make grilled cheez sandwiches and as a spread for crackers.
Knol-khol (kohlrabi) is a crunchy, low-calorie, low-fat, cholesterol-free vegetable. It is high in fiber and vitamins. This spicy curry has a hot and tangy tomato gravy, and it pairs well with flatbreads.