Ingredient: green onions

Appetizers, Dips and Salsas, Game Day, New Year's Eve, Oil Free Recipes, Southern US Cuisine

Black Eyed Pea Dip with Lime Avocado Topping

I love the flavors in this black-eyed pea dip (which really resembles more of a salsa). I especially like the tanginess of the green olives and lime juice. The dish is so refreshing and satisfying! I like to serve mine with avocados tossed in lime juice, then topped with cracked pepper. You can either mix […]

enchiladas verde
Father's Day, Mexican Cuisine, Oven Dishes, Vegetables

Enchiladas Verde with Flour Tortillas

We love eating these delicious and nutritious enchiladas verde at my house. This recipe, adapted from My Darling Vegan, is just so pleasantly straightforward and easy to assemble. I’ve made it several times this year and it’s a very reliable recipe. And it’s full of vegetables and tastes so good! You can’t go wrong with […]

creamed cauliflower soup
Easter, Fewer Than 6 Ingredients, French Cuisine, Gluten Free, Lunch & Dinner, Mother's Day, Soups, Vegetables

Creamed Cauliflower Soup

I love thick French soups like this creamed cauliflower soup. The difference with this soup is that it’s made with plant based milk rather than rich cream and butter. But don’t worry, this soup stays deliciously thick thanks to pureed cauliflower and almonds. It’s so good! Not only is this soup full of almonds, but […]

lisa's colcannon with brussels sprouts
Easter, Gluten Free, Irish Cuisine, Lunch & Dinner, Sides, Stove Top Dishes, Vegetables

Lisa’s Colcannon with Brussels Sprouts

Lisa’s Colcannon with Brussels Sprouts is my new favorite family recipe. As the saying goes, “There are as many colcannon recipes as there are cooks in Ireland.” Well, here’s mine and it’s vegan! I have made colcannon a few times over the years, but had forgotten how delicious it is! With this recipe, I break […]

jambalaya soup
Cajun Cuisine, Lunch & Dinner, Soups, Southern US Cuisine, Stove Top Dishes, Vegetables

Jambalaya Soup

This soup is a great feature dish for a Mardi Gras menu. It’s a spicy, delicious jambalaya soup with a full tomato and vegetable flavor and a perfect little bite of heat. You can serve it with crackers, a crusty bread, or vegan cornbread for southern authenticity! A few things you can do ahead before […]

hoppin' john black-eyed peas
Cajun Cuisine, Entrees, Gluten Free Option, Lunch & Dinner, New Year's Eve, Southern US Cuisine, Stove Top Dishes

Hoppin’ John Black-Eyed Peas

No one is sure where Hoppin’ John black-eyed peas originated. Some believe the recipe may have come from Louisiana and the French Creole name for pigeon peas, which are similar to black-eyed peas. The French Creole term for pigeon peas is “pois a pigeon,” which is pronounced “pwah peeJon.” This explanation makes great sense to me. […]