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Vegan Birria Tacos ( Oyster Mushroom Recipes) are delicious and highly addictive. All it takes is one bite and you'll be deeply hooked!
Smashed avocado, tomato on toasted bread then drizzling with tangy balsamic glaze. It's light, filling, and nutritious!
Vegetable fried rice is a quick and easy one-pan meal that is gluten-free, filling, delicious, and budget-friendly.
This Vegan Potatoes Au Gratin is a French classic that no one can resist! You will want to have it on your dining table on a regular basis!
This Balsamic-glazed Brussels Sprouts might change your mind about their bad reputation as one of the less enjoyable vegetables.
My vegan version of Chinese Eggplant stir-fried with TVP( aka Fish Fragrant Eggplant, a popular eggplant dish around the globe.
These easy Vegan Fajitas are a lifesaver for busy weeknights! Shredded meaty king trumpet mushrooms, pan-fried with tri-color bell peppers along with your favorite Tex-Mex spices, topped with avocados, cilantro, and toasted tortillas– serve onto the dining table in under 10 minutes!
King oyster mushroom( King Trumpet mushroom) is deliciously dense in texture, and they have a very meaty and seafood liked flavor. For this recipe, they also go very well with the sauce and cashew nuts.
Wonder what to make with tomatoes? How about tomato soup? This homemade Tomato, Enoki Mushroom and Tofu soup is loaded with fresh tomatoes, full of nutrients, and packed with rich and delicious flavor. It’s warm, cozy, and comforting yet also luxurious and elegant. Few ingredients are prepared wel
This easy vegan one-pot Sticky Maple-Glazed Potatoes is a simple, effortless way to prepare baby potatoes.
This easy vegan one-pot Sticky Maple-Glazed Potatoes is a simple, effortless way to prepare baby potatoes. It makes a great side dish and a great addition to the holiday dinner table. These scrumptious golden fluffy baby potatoes are covered with caramelized sweet, sticky, and savory maple syrup & soy sauce, garnished with nutty sesame seeds and fresh scallion. So easy and straightforward to prepare, you have to make this tonight!
Wonder what to make with tomatoes? How about tomato soup? This homemade Tomato, Enoki Mushroom and Tofu soup is loaded with fresh tomatoes, full of nutrients, and packed with rich and delicious flavor. Warm, cozy, and comforting yet also luxurious and elegant. Few ingredients are prepared well. It’s quick to make, and ridiculously delicious!
Yakisoba is a delicious Japanese stir-fried noodle dish usually served on a plate as a main or side dish. This Vegan version of Yakisoba is made with bouncy noodles, colorful vegetables, and protein. For this recipe, I use seitan( wheat gluten ) as my protein choice, paired with green & red bell pepper, cabbage, carrot, and wheat noodles, then finish off with an amazingly sweet, tangy, and savory yakisoba stir-fry sauce.
Beer-battered deep-fried foods have always been my favorites. This Beer-Battered King Trumpet Mushroom without a doubt is on the top of my list- slice up steamed king trumpet mushrooms, dip them into ice-cold beer batter then drop them into hot oil let them sizzle away, the result is crispy, light, puffy!
This is my favorite soup when I want something quick and easy for a light lunch or supper in winter. This Thai-inspired Lemongrass Coconut Pumpkin Soup is so simple to make, thick, creamy, packed with tons of flavor.
This is a Chinese vegetable stir-fry ideally for your last-minute side dish. It’s quick, tasty, and healthy! This Quick Stir-fry Water Spinach with garlic and chili only requires five ingredients( including salt! Yeah, that’s right!) One wok stir-fry in under 5 minutes!
If you ask me why I like couscous so much? I would tell you 1. it’s cheap 2. It’s quick and easy 3. It’s so versatile. Couscous can be used as side dishes for stews to soak up all of the delicious sauce and it also can be used to add extra texture and flavor to salads. This Roasted Pumpkin Couscous is a quick and easy recipe that you can serve hot as a side or serve as a cold salad! How brilliant is that! ^^Y
“The Best Vegan Ramen” is incredibly quick and easy, by using simple ingredients to make a rich and smooth ramen broth instantly, loaded with all the essential classic toppings such as sweet corn, mushrooms, shredded seaweed nori, and spring onions. I got to say, we take our homemade ramen very seriously, ok?
Sometimes, it is always the simple recipes that taste the best. This Sautéed Green Beans and Potatoes with a garlicky sauce is a quick side dish. Pan-fried potatoes, and lightly charred green beans glazed with a soy-based garlicky sauce. This dish not just smells good but also tastes so good. The best part is, it goes with almost everything. I mean honestly, you could even serve it with a piece of bread!
This is definitely not an ordinary Daikon radish stew. This Daikon Radish Stew with Mixed Vegetables ( 燉蘿蔔)is one of my favorite one-pot dishes of all time. Chinese Daikon radish, carrot, Shiitake mushroom, and bamboo shoots, simmered in a light soy-based broth.