Scrambled tofu is a wholesome protein meal that you will love. It’s so easy to make and absolutely tasty. Adding fresh herbs makes the flavor even more aromatic. Looks colorful and tastes yum!
Wholesome chickpeas salad which can be a full meal salad. Very yummy and super quick to make with hint of fresh herbs and olive oil dressing makes the dish absolutely delicious.
Simple to make but delicious to taste. Combination of white sauce and veggies served with garlic bread makes a great meal! Every bite will be yummy as you can think of.
This dish made with pumpkin is worthy of a place at Thanksgiving table as main course for any vegetarians. It is a wholesome meal that fits everyones taste buds craving to have more. Can be easily adapted to use the ingredients you may have on hand.
When you get bored of the look of a dish yet you want the taste then you get creative and make it look pretty! Here is one such dish that is a makeover of veggie burger that is put on a stick. Looks pretty sophisticated yet quite simple.
Zoodles is a nickname for zucchini noodles made from spiralized raw zucchini. This is very quick and easy to make using spiral vegetable slicer or cut into thin stripes using knife. Low carb yet tasty. Pantry friendly ingredients makes it easier.
Roasted red pepper dip with walnuts which has all sorts of savory, sweet, smoky, and spicy taste. Its amazing with anything that you can think of. Red bell pepper gives great color to the dish while walnuts gives texture and crunchiness.
This is a classic recipe of basic ingredients available in everyone’s pantry! Cilantro fresh herb is the hero of the dish as it leaves great fragrance in the mouth and adds beautiful color to the dish. Added walnuts gives great texture for the sauce/dip.
Cambodian Buddha Bowl is customized to Vegetarian/Vegan version. This dish makes a flavorsome whole meal by itself with all the pea-nutty and coconut flavors. I am introducing a dish that’s native to Cambodia and its empire – A Khmer cuisine.
Use nutrient-packed collard greens for your next sandwich wrap and Ditch the Bread! This dish is an asian dish and popular across South East Asia.
Collard greens are an excellent source of vitamin A, C, and folate and a good source of calcium and fiber.
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