The first time I made curtido Salvadoran slaw, I was using a not-so-hot recipe and the results were very vinegar-y. For Honduran, Cuban and Salvadoran recipes, you will find many versions online of the most used recipes. You have to eat each food (prepared by someone else) a few times, then try several recipes until […]
Category: Game Day
Vegan game day recipes to eat through all the excitement!
These vegan baked onion rings are fun to make and yummy to eat! Just slice an onion, separate the rings, dip, and bake! Maybe the kids could even help make these! The batter on these onion rings is made with plant based milk. I used oat milk because of its thickness, which worked great, but […]
In my family, we love these vegan sloppy joes! Add this childhood dream meal to your casual dinner rotation and keep the recipe handy for summer holidays, too! There are only a few core ingredients in this recipe – olive oil, onion, vegan beef crumbles, lentils – the rest are spices and herbs, plus broth […]
If you need a quick dessert to take to a cookout or picnic this weekend, these peanut butter chocolate blondies are the greatest! Non-vegans will love them, too. This recipe from Baker by Nature is so easy to make, vegan (of course!) and very delicious. I made slight alterations to the original recipe. If you […]
These deviled baby potatoes are a perfect replacement for deviled eggs! You will be able to take these to picnics and cookouts all spring and summer long and everyone will love them. I tried a few different recipes for deviled potatoes before I decided to create my own. Using good, old-fashioned ingredients (with a vegan […]
You might want to double or triple this crowd-pleasing Cajun baked okra recipe! Tasty as a stand alone appetizer or snack, this okra is also a great side dish. Add it to soups or veggies for a boost in flavor. It would be a perfect addition to any southern or Cajun meal. You need it […]