Sinful Kitchen is full of vegetarian and vegan recipes. Here, you will find both cooking and baking recipes that your whole family will enjoy.
Make authentic Arabic Lebanese falafel at home using this simple recipe.
Vegan scones have the same flakey texture, moist interior, and crumbly edges as their traditional counterpart.
Vegan baked oats are like eating cake in the morning, except it's made with healthier ingredients and loaded with protein.
A simple spicy condiment perfect for sandwiches, fries, burgers, and so much more! Made in two minutes with four ingredients, this sauce will enhance the flavor of whatever you are eating.
Like french fries made in an air fryer, air-fried zucchini fries are a tasty and healthy alternative to traditional french fries.
Vibrant, rich, and flavorful, this San Marzano tomato sauce is easily the best homemade marinara sauce you will ever taste.
Batata Harra, "spicy potatoes" in Arabic, are oven roasted and then tossed in spicy cilantro garlic and crushed red pepper sauce.
Lemon garlic butter pasta is bold, has vibrant flavor and require minimal effort.
3 Ingredient Tanghulu, Chinese street food, is hard candied fruit served on a bamboo skewer.
If you are looking for a flavor-packed, loaded with nutrition drink, then this carrot ginger juice recipe is the one for you! It is an addictive juice, one that you will crave every morning.
Unique, delicious, and packed with nutrients, enjoy insight about commonly available and exotic yellow fruits list!
Chewy, delicious, and soft with a crisp exterior, focaccia is simply irresistible.
Lebanese vermicelli rice (riz b sha’riyeh) is a simple three-ingredient Middle Eastern staple made with rice and vermicelli pasta.
An updated vegan stew recipe is made with root vegetables, tofu, and a rich stout beer broth.
Wondering how to make vegan buttermilk? It’s so easy! All you need is two ingredients and ten minutes of your time for a flawless blend.
Looking for an easy bread recipe to make at home? This is the perfect simple bread recipe made with yeast! This recipe is perfect for bakers of all levels.
Using Paul Hollywood's Cob Recipe, you can create 2 - 4 soup-worthy bread bowls!
The winter root veggies in this Buddha bowl are oven caramelized and then mixed with kale, quinoa, pistachios, and dried apricots.
Mangoes have a sweet, rich, and creamy texture that blends perfectly into a mango sorbet.