Sarah invited Jackson from Plantriotic to make some vegan mozzarella cheese substitutes. Sarah made 3 versions of vegan mozzarella cheese using recipes demonstrated by Miyoko Schinner and the Avocados and Ales website. They then used it to make mozzarella appetizers and in a video on Jackson’s youtube channel to make a vegan lasagna.
This should be a simple makeover candidate for those who wish to make it a vegan dish. Gordon pan fries some ground beef and pork and adds it to a sauteed mixture of chilli pepper, ginger, garlic green onions, sesame seed oil and brown sugar. Then, he adds fish sauce, lime zest and lime juice. He places this Continue reading →
Do you know it is really easy to make spring rolls. Watch as Jaden shows how to include vegetables in a rice paper wrapper to create a spring roll. You can use any kind of filling you wish. The trick is to moisten and soften your rice paper wrapper correctly. In this video, Jaden also shows how to make a delicious “Orange Almond” dipping sauce. These spring rolls are good food for appetizers, lunch, brunch, dinner, or finger foods. They also make a nice treat to take to a party. Continue reading →
Jenne prepares a one dish recipe, creating a healthy filling that can be used in a lettuce wrap or in a more classic salad. The fillings main ingredients are quinoa, chickpeas, black beans and carrots. Jenne also creates a “harissa tahini” dressing, which is basically some harissa (a Tunisian favorite spicy condiment) combined with tahini. Jenne pours her harissa tahini mixture over the filling on romaine lettuce leaves and over a salad made with lettuce and her filling mixture. This recipe is very easy to make and it’s very healthy and delicious. Continue reading →
In addition to demonstrating a delicious vegan fajita quesadillas recipe, Chef Roberto Martin shows a good technique for decorating a finished dish using a simple plastic storage bag. He has wonderful knife skills. I particularly the way he slices green onions. I’m going to try to incorporate his techniques as I prepare this recipe for my friends. Continue reading →
In this video, Megan demonstrates a simple recipe for making lettuce wraps with ground turkey. The filling is made with bibb lettuce, shallots, a splash of olive oil for sauteing, garlic, ginger, jalapeno peppers, red bell pepper, cole slaw mix, scallions, and ground turkey. She uses a Thai flavor sauce made from soy sauce, fish sauce, lime juice and some oyster sauce. Continue reading →