Lauren demonstrates a breakfast lasagna with a tofu scramble, including chopped leaks, green onions, green peppers. garlic, shallots, a vegan hollandaise sauce, and a vegan maple flavored sausage substitute.
This recipe would be excellent for breakfast, brunch, or dinner. Enjoy her video and watch each step of the recipe after the break.
Jackson got together with Sarah to make a vegan lasagna with a vegan mozzarella cheese substitute demonstrated by Sarah. Jackson’s video also includes recipe demonstrations showing both a ricotta cheese substitute and a vegan parmesan cheese substitute. Their lasagna recipe includes zucchini, spinach, and basil. It looks delicious.
This is an easy and tasty recipe with healthy ingredients. They steam bite size tempeh pieces, and cook some oatmeal. They saute onions, garlic and seasonings, add tomatoes and then combine all these ingredients in a blender. The blended mixture is placed in a baking pan, topped with marinara sauce, and baked. This is an easy way to prepare a healthy version of a typical comfort food, “meatloaf”. Expand your taste horizons, and try it. Enjoy. Continue reading →
Anja demonstrates a Mediterranean polenta stack that looks great, is easy to make and is delicious. She shows the process for cooking polenta and forming polenta rounds using small cake molds. She tops the polenta rounds with roasted red peppers, an avocado mix, diced tomatoes and red onions, and drizzles on some balsamic vinegar. The recipe is great for an appetizer, lunch, dinner, snacks… or any time at all, really! Enjoy. Continue reading →
Do you like meatloaf for dinner or on a sandwich? Chef AJ shows how to make a very healthy alternative to a traditional meatloaf. She only needs a food processor and an oven. However, she did use a coffee grinder to create a powder from sun dried tomatoes packaged without oil, which she uses as a seasoning. This recipe includes healthy grains and legumes, no salt, and no oil. She uses oats instead of an egg to act as a binder. It gets better after is sits for a day. So, it can be a good make ahead dish. Enjoy. Continue reading →
Are you ready to try something new? Do you feel adventurous? Then, prepare this “delicious vegan nut roast recipe that’s gluten and dairy free too. A nutty, buttery galette base with a creamy pesto topping of greens and cashews finished with roasted squash and caramelised red onions. This centrepiece recipe is a fantastic alternative to Christmas turkey that even the meat eaters will love.” (quote from recipe description on youtube) This recipe looks wonderful. Try it and impress your friends and family. Enjoy. Continue reading →
This is a stir fry dish with tofu, red bell pepper, and cabbage. After the stir fry ingredients are cooked, Manjula adds her special sauce, covers the pot, and lets the mixture simmer. Her special sauce is a simple combination of flavorful spices. This dish is served with rice. It is made with healthy ingredients and looks delicious. Enjoy. Continue reading →
Margaret has been making this recipe for over 20 years. Her family likes it, and when she takes it to pot luck dinners, it disappears quickly. She makes hamburger type patties with a mixture of blended pecans, garlic, and onions, to which she adds extra firm tofu, nutritional yeast, Braggs Amino, onion powder, and rolled oats. She grills her patties, places them in a casserole dish, covers them with store bought vegan gravy, and bakes them. Easy to do. Healthy and delicious. Enjoy. Continue reading →
Here is an Alfredo recipe that does not include any animal products. Jon demonstrates his version by creating a mixture of sauteed mushrooms, onions, garlic, capers, scallions, and tofu. He creates his Alfredo sauce starting with a roux made with olive oil, and flour to which he adds Almond milk and some of his sauteed vegetables and scallions. He tosses his Alfredo sauce with vegan fettuccine pasta, tops it with some of his sauteed mushroom, onion, capers and tofu mixture, and fresh scallions. Try this recipe with a good salad, and some wine. Enjoy. Continue reading →
This is a very simple recipe tossing roasted vegetables with pasta. It’s easy to make and healthy. It’s ingredients include tomato, red bell peppers, roasted garlic, mushrooms, asparagus, fresh rosemary, fresh oregano, olive oil, parmesan cheese, fettuccine pasta, and tapenade. Serve this dish with hard crusty bread and a salad. If you wish, you can substitute a vegan alternative for the parmesan cheese. And, you could add or substitute different healthy vegetables. Enjoy. Continue reading →