If there’s one thing I find enjoy and ease in coming up with, it’s the variety of stir-fry meals you can create using a combination of great ingredients. Generally simple to prepare, most of the work comes in chopping up fresh vegetables unless, of course, you cheat and buy some frozen or pre-chopped. Most of […]
So a long time ago I used to make this dish with real chicken. The results were often disappointing and often relied on sauce to compensate for the dryness of the chicken. Gross:( However, after I saw that Elianni had their own Kung Pao recipe, I decided to use their veggie cutlets and modify the […]
Can’t get enough Thai in my life so was excited to try this dish with new, gluten-free, vegan Veggie cutlets. I know not everyone is keen on ‘fake’ meat, but these were additive-free, low fat, rich in fiber and iron, plus had great texture and really absorbed the coconut curry well. It was a good […]
Quinoa has been around for quite some time but only recently has started making popular appearances in supermarkets. Its mild, nutty flavor has lent a hand to restaurants using the ingredient as an alternative to couscous or rice. The nutritional value has been appreciated by vegans for protein content, as well as fiber, iron and calcium levels.
Making an entire pizza sounds labor intensive but in actuality, it’s super easy and fun to experiment with various toppings.
A satisfying salad with beautifully balanced Asian flavors. If you don’t like ‘spicy’ foods, you can always omit the red pepper flakes and Sriracha. Also, this dish does well on its own without the veggie beef crumble addition if you want to skip that step.