Sandwiches and Wraps
Now all vegan girls loves their falafel. But fried foods are not great for your health which is why I’m including this recipe for baked falafel. Besides being healthier, it’s also much easier to make. Plus, frying is just messy. Read More→Print This Post
Everyone will love these Sloppy Janes, even if you’re not gluten-free. They pack a punch that will have everyone wanting a second! Recipe from The Complete Idiot’s Guide® to Gluten-Free Vegan Cooking by Julieanna Hever, M.S., R.D., CPT, and Beverly Lynn Bennett (Alpha Books, 2011).Print This Post
This week’s recipe, by April Jones, a regular VegKitchen contributor, is one of those go-to recipes you can make even when you’re at the tail end of a wearisome day. It’s delicious with a big salad or coleslaw and baked sweet potatoes or, if time or patience aren’t an issue, sweet potato oven fries. Read More→Print This Post
These flavorful wraps have all the bold flavors and textures of bahn-mi sandwiches, but without the French bread. This recipe is reprinted by permission from Quick-Fix Vegan: Healthy, Homestyle Meals in 30 Minutes or Less by Robin Robertson © 2011.
Here’s a vegan burger-type entree made even simpler by the fact that you need not even make, fry, and flip patties. Pinto beans and quinoa team up to make a great, high-protein sloppy joe filling. Serve with any of VegKitchen’s potato salads or any of the tasty slaws in A Slew of Slaws. Finish with a dessert of fresh fruit. This menu is likely to become a fixture in your repertoire if you have a penchant for simple, hearty meals, and it’s a great choice for hungry teens. Read More→Print This Post
Tofu is a culinary chameleon, taking on many forms, depending on what it’s surrounded by and flavored with. Here, it takes on the form of egg salad, which, when made with eggs and regular mayonnaise, is a high-fat, high-cholesterol combination that’s best avoided. Read More→Print This Post
Chickpeas and kale are a tasty team, and this combination makes a great spread for bread, or a filling for pita bread or a wrap with some tender lettuce and sliced tomatoes. Or, simply place a scoop of it on a bed of baby greens or in a Bibb lettuce leaf, and garnish with cherry tomatoes and black olives. Read More→Print This Post