Chickpea spinach gigli pasta with za’atar is a flavorful, lovely dish. Gigli means “lilies” in Italian, and this pasta is very pretty, wavy and swirled like little flowers. Its shape also helps it to hold sauces or herbs. If you can find a vegetable gigli pasta, you can also get the gorgeous red and green […]
Category: Stove Top Dishes
Quick and easy vegan stove top dishes that you can make in no time.
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 […]
A simple dish, pesto tomato trottole is full of flavor, thanks to the pesto. I absolutely love basil, as I think most people do, so adding pesto truly makes a dish for me. I’m also a fan of plain pasta, just with a little salt, vegan butter, or nutritional yeast added. This recipe uses only […]
Broccoli cauliflower cheeze soup is a hearty and healthy veggie soup the whole family will love. A nice base of plant based milk, flour and nutritional yeast give it a creamy, cheesy flavor. This soup will become one of your favorites! I never tire of soups. They’re healthy, they have great variety, and they’re good […]
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, […]
I love this super easy vegan gravy recipe, adapted from Dad Goes Vegan! Last year around this time, I made vegan brown gravy for the holidays, which was very delicious, but a little more involved. What I love about this simpler gravy is that you can remember the recipe to use time and time again. […]