This particular recipe has great texture and flavor that would enhance any Chinese cuisine. The “chicken” is soy curls, a natural unrefined soy product that absorbs the flavors provided by the sauce.
Fried rice is so easy to make and you can use any vegetables of your choice. The scrambled tofu beautifully takes the place of the eggs. A simple quick meal with a whole grain, vegetables and tofu, a great balanced entree.
These two healthy whole grains work together well with the walnuts and seasonings contributing to it’s special flavor. Keep frozen cooked grains in your freezer for making quick meals.
The healthful ingredients in these plant-based patties are a good alternative to the highly refined ones at the grocers made with soy protein isolate or concentrate. These freeze very well, so make an extra batch to grab for a quick breakfast.
This rich and creamy vegan mushroom stroganoff is delicious served over noodles or Basmati brown rice. You may add gluten chunks , pieces of soy meat or as a complimentary gravy for the No-Meatballs, see Index.
This is an easy one-dish meal which works great for entertaining. It can be assembled a day or two in advance and refrigerated until ready to bake.
This vegetable stir fry can be made from a bag of frozen Asian vegetables or just as often I use up whatever veggies are hanging around in my fridge waiting for a turn at the table. The sauce and first group of basic ingredients are what make the flavor.
This peanut (or almond) sauce is quick, rich and versatile. Just what is needed for a “15 minute” meal! May it bring you as much eating pleasure as it has to us.
This vegan sausage breakfast gravy is great served on biscuits or whole-grain toast along with some fresh fruit and a side of potatoes. Whip it up the night before and you’ll have an easy morning meal for a busy schedule.