Great for a picnic or Fourth of July celebration, this salad is crunchy and tangy. Serve with veggie burgers and potato salad for a real treat.
There are many good vegan Worcestershire sauce brands. My favorite is Kroger;although it is not labeled vegan, it has no anchovies or other animal based ingredients. If you can not find vegan Worcestershire in your area, or would like to save money on this wonderful flavoring, try my recipe for a good homemade version.
Slightly tart, tomatillos pair nicely with potatoes, especially potatoes flavored with herbs and garlic. Delicious!
I buy my beef-flavored soya chunks from Betta.com. They are tender, yet meaty, and they really taste like beef. This hearty soup tastes even better the second day!
This olive sauce goes especially well with mushroom, butternut squash or cheese-filled tortellini. Serve with garlic bread, and an Italian salad.
This is an Americanized version of my Kookoo Sabzi, a Persian herb dish. I think the flavors are wonderful, and the dish is loaded with vitamins and minerals. If you have an abundance of chard in the garden, this is the recipe to make!
Using dulse flakes, or other flaked seaweed or nori, can add a seafood flavor to tofu. I like to serve these snack sticks at room temperature or chilled with hot sauce or tartar sauce.
Kamut is a brand of organic Khorasan wheat berries that is readily available in my area. It can be a bit too chewy for some, even when well-cooked. When sprouted though, it is very tender and easy to digest. It tastes wonderful in this flatbread and makes the bread extra moist.
Creole dishes have the "holy trinity" of peppers, onions, and celery. This creole dish is delightful as a side dish or main dish when served with a high-protein salad.
I use these buns for veggie burgers and especially for making Lentil Sloppy Joes. They are the perfect texture for vegetarian sandwich making as well!