Category: Southern US Cuisine

delicioso fresh veggie tacos
Cuban Cuisine, Entrees, Father's Day, Game Day, Lunch & Dinner, Mexican Cuisine, Sides, Southern US Cuisine, Vegetables

Delicioso Fresh Veggie Tacos

These delicioso fresh veggie tacos are by far my favorite vegetable taco! Using a 6- to 7-inch flour tortilla, you can make eight tacos with this recipe. If you want to use larger tortillas, the recipe will make four to six large tacos. I like to toast my tortillas until soft and lightly brown, but […]

sweet spicy pineapple coleslaw
Fruit, Game Day, Lunch & Dinner, Salads, Sides, Southern US Cuisine, Summer Holidays, Vegetables

Sweet Spicy Pineapple Coleslaw (No Mayo)

Oh my, this sweet, spicy pineapple coleslaw is so good! The sweetness of the pineapple with the heat of the jalapeƱos, the crunchiness of the cabbage, and the zestiness of the dressing with lemon, lime and agave – absolutely delicious! And this is another tasty, refreshing cold salad you can eat in the heat of […]

southern fried fresh corn
Father's Day, Gluten Free, Lunch & Dinner, One Pot Dishes, Sides, Southern US Cuisine, Vegetables

Southern Fried Fresh Corn

Southern fried fresh corn is a staple side dish of the southern United States. Typically made with bacon, for this recipe I use vegan breakfast sausage or vegan bacon. The vegan meat can be used to season the skillet for a deeper flavor experience, or the vegan meat can be left in the corn dish. […]

Gluten Free, Lunch & Dinner, One Pot Dishes, Sides, Southern US Cuisine, Stove Top Dishes, Vegetables

Southern Butter Bean Succotash

Butter beans and lima beans are the same bean! I couldn’t find canned lima beans, only because they were labeled as butter beans. In the southern U.S. and in the U.K., people often refer to them as butter beans. There is no butter in the beans, it’s just a name. The word “succotash” originates from […]

Cajun Cuisine, Gluten Free, Lunch & Dinner, One Pot Dishes, Sides, Southern US Cuisine, Stove Top Dishes, Summer Holidays, Vegetables

New Orleans Maque Choux

A favorite southern side dish, New Orleans maque choux is comfort food you’ll want to make year round. The recipe name is pronounced “mock shoe,” and the name is thought to be a French interpretation of a Native American name for the dish. This favorite Cajun dish is perfect for celebrating Mardi Gras. This year, […]

Breakfast, Cajun Cuisine, Desserts, Oven Dishes, Southern US Cuisine

Monkey Bread King Cake

Monkey bread king cake is such a quick and simple way to create a celebratory New Orleans dessert. Using cut up vegan biscuits rolled in cinnamon and sugar gives this cake a delicious cinnamon roll flavor. Vanilla glaze and colored sugar provide the Mardi Gras colors and decoration your guests will expect. King cake is […]