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Streaked with the colors of autumn, this dish made with roasted sweet potatoes and kale tastes as good as it looks. It makes a perfect side dish for the Thanksgiving table. Recipe by Robin Robertson used with permission. Thanks so much to Robin Robertson for sharing this vegan Thanksgiving recipe with the Yummy Plants community! [...]
Happy Labor Day to America! If you’re picnicing for the holiday, this is a delightfully easy raw recipe from Chef Elizabeth Schandelmeier Gilgunn of Slow Cooked Pittsburgh. Just soak the spelt berries overnight, (or cook them if you have less time), add veggies and spices, and you’ve got a delicious and nutritious dish for picnics and meals!
As a child, my family would travel to India annually to maintain our bonds with extended family and of course keep my brother and I closely tied to our country and culture. Many of the most memorable aspects of my experiences there included enjoying the culinary delights of India, with family, around the dinner table. So many states, so many sub cultures, and such a rich palette of tastes. In other words, I was always hungry for more! This dish is a special favorite because it hails from our region of the country – Maharashtra. It is enjoyed best with sweet chilli sauce (I speak for myself on this one but am confident you will agree).
Thank you to Ellen Jaffe Jones, author of Eat Vegan on $4 a Day, for sharing this easy vegan recipe with the Yummy Plants community! Ellen is committed to creating healthy dishes that are super yummy and affordable. This recipe isn’t from her book; Ellen created it just for us! Ellen says, “Totally spontaneous recipe after gazillions of turnips showed up from the co-op. Turnips are often used instead of potatoes and have a similar taste.”
Perfect for a party or a fun dinner, these fresh spring rolls are super yummy and fun to eat! Thanks to Chef Elizabeth Schandelmeier Gilgunn of Slow Cooked Pittsburgh for sharing her recipe with us! Note: the cook time is only 15 minutes, but allow 30 – 45 minutes to wrap the spring rolls… unless [...]
These are wonderful! OMG! They are great for a sandwhich with Veganese, lettuce & tomato or with your favorite marinara & pasta. These babies can be substitutes for a variety of menu options. Note: actual prep time work is only 15 minutes, but you need to marinate them for at least an hour, and a few [...]