RECIPES


Updated 11/22/2015




Avgolemono Soup
Baked French Onion Soup
Beef-Style Stew with Gremolata
Bisque, Golden Beet
Bisque, Roasted Corn
Chive and Tarragon Mushroom Soup
Creamy Summer Chowder
Cream of Celery Soup
Cream of Spinach Soup
Dal with Spinach
Ethiopian Groundnut Wat
French Lentil and Kale Stew (Dump Dinner)
Garlic Mixed Dal
Green Chili
Green and White Chili Bowl
Grilled Artichoke Soup
Hungarian Cream of Mushroom Soup
Hungarian Potato Soup with Bay Leaves
Lentils and Cauliflower
Middle Eastern Red Lentil Soup (Shorbat Adas)
Roasted Corn and Lime Tortilla Soup
Shorbat Adas (Middle Eastern Red Lentil Soup)
Shyoyo Ramen
Spring Kale and Dill Soup with Rice
Zuppa Toscana



















Artichoke Roll
Asian Wrap
Braised Vegan Sausage and Cabbage Sandwich
Buffalo Seitan Sandwich
Cheese SteaK Sandwich
Crabby Cakes
Enchinacho or Enchitaco
French Dip
Greek Pita with Fennel and Spring Onion
Grilled Artichoke and Quinoa Lettuce Wraps
Grilled Buffalo Tofu Po' Boy
Grilled Cheese Basics
Harissa Spiced Sandwich
Lime-maple Roasted Sweet Potato Tostada
Meatball Banh Mi
Mojo Marinated Fajitas
Pulled Carolina BBQ with Sauce
Seitan SteaK Sandwich with Creamy Mushroom Gravy
Super Bird 
Vegan McMuffin Sandwich


BURGERS

Blackened Cauliflower Burger
Bruschetta Burger
California Burger
Chinese Burger (Rou Jia Mo)
Eggplant Sriracha BBQ Burger
Ethiopian Sweet Potato and Peanut Burger
Fajita Burger
Ghoulish Burgers
Guacamole Bacon Burger
Gyro Tempeh Burger
Irish Burger
Mediterranean Chickpea and Tabouli Sliders
Nothing Fishy Burgers
Oolong Banh Mi Burger
Pizza Burger
Portobello Adobo Burger
Premium Patty Melt
Rou Jia Mo (Chinese Burger)
Samosa Burger with Raita Sauce
Schnitzel Burger
Tempeh-bacon and Black Bean Burger
Thanksgiving Burger












SEITAN


TOFU/SOY

Vegan McMuffin Sandwich
Jerk Pizza

BEANS

3-Bean, Barley and Smoky Chili Bowl
Beans and Rice with Corn and Avocado Salsa
BLT Salad with Quick Croutons
Cauliflower and Chickpea Tikka Masala
Chana Masala
Chile Relleno (chickpea brine)
Dal with Spinach
Enchitaco or Enchinacho
Ethiopian Sweet Potato and Peanut Burger
Garlic Mixed Dal
Green Chili
Harissa Spiced Sandwich
Jerk Chickpeas and Potatoes
Lentils and Cauliflower
Lime-maple Roasted Sweet Potato Tostada
Paella Bowl
Seared Cauliflower and Chickpea Piccata
Spinach and Bean Enchiladas with Cilantro-Lime Cream Sauce
Spinach Pesto with Fava Beans and Potatoes Bowl
Stuffed Cabbage-style Bowl
Tamale-Inspired Bowl with Beans and Salsa

BOWLS












Baked Eggplant over Scampi Pasta
Bayou Eggplant and Cauliflower Pasta
Broccoli and Sun-Dried Tomato Pasta
Caramelized Onion Pasta
Cajun Pasta with Coconut-crusted Tofu
Chickpeas and Couscous with Lemon-Caper Sauce
Cauliflower Fricassee
Dan Dan Noodles
Eggplant and Zucchini Stroganoff
Gnocchi
Indonesian Stir-fried Noodle Bowl
Japanese Caramelized Noodles
Pasta Puttanesca (Dump Dinner)
Ratatouille Fideo
Scampi Pasta with Asparagus and Walnuts
Shyoyo Ramen
Spicy Noodles with Peanut Sauce
Turos Csusza













APPS
























BAKERY 

Biscuit, Gluten Free

Breadsticks
Brownies, Mocha Fudge
Fat Free Biscuits
Flaky Buttermilk Herb Biscuits
Thin Crust Pizza
Whole Grain English Muffin-type Bread
Yule Log Cake


PANTRY


Cashew Sour Cream

Fish Sauce (Vegan)
Gremolata
Harissa Pepper Paste
Jack Daniels Glaze
Raita Sauce (recipe at bottom of Samosa Burger)
Savory Vegetable Cream Cheese
SteaK Seitan
Soy Yogurt
Vegan Sour Cream


DESSERTS

Oreo Shake
Mountain High Mud Pie




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2 comments:

  1. Will it work to use dulse instead of kombu when making homemade aquafaba?

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    1. Hi Beth, Yes, go ahead. Dulse is a mild seaweed, though, and it is thinner than kombu. Since it is more popularly in flake form you will have bits and pieces of dulse in the chickpeas [not in the aquafaba because you are straining it], so it is something to keep in mind. Use 2 teaspoons of dulse flakes for 2 cups of dried chickpeas. If the flavor of the aquafaba isn't overtly of the ocean, then you can up it to 1 tablespoon, but I think 2 teaspoons or even 1 teaspoon [because it is costly] will be just fine.

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