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    Becky's Vegan Recipes

    All vegan, NO animals, posted by ME!
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    Checking out the new Cooking Channel today. Saw this salad dressing recipe that looked interesting!

    Recipe #428652

    Adapted and veganized from Cooking Channel's Chinese Food Made Easy. I used gardein frozen beefless tips for this, but I imagine pieces of seitan would work wonderfully here as well. Serve this with wasabi mayo (recipe below) over some warm flatbread or tortillas...DELICIOUS!! This recipe is so quick and easy to throw together. Cumin is not a spice one might expect to find in a Chinese dish. There is a large population of Muslim Chinese in Beijing. They came from western China and brought with them a unique cuisine that call for the use of spices such as cumin and fennel, which found their way to China along the Silk route. The spices in the dish are distinct and extremely flavourful, and pair amazingly with the fresh scallion and coriander. Please, if you can, take the time to freshly grind your cumin from the whole seeds. I used a mortal and pestle, and it made ALL the difference!

    Recipe #430281

    Quick, easy and delicious. This is a wonderfully creamy dip for tortilla chips, or a dairy free topping for tacos or burritos. I kept the spices kind of basic, but I think some chopped jalapeno, or some cumin or chipolte might make a nice addition to this.

    Recipe #430916

    This cake has been a HUGE hit with my family. I made it for Mother's Day, mostly for my Granny who was up visiting us for the month. She told me that HER mother, who wasn't much of a baker, used to make this cake all the time in a cast iron pan. I was glad I could make a cake that brought back such fond memories for her. The cake was such a hit that it was requested again for Father's Day. Please note that you need melted margarine (nonhydrogenated) as well as unsweetened pineapple juice TWICE in this recipe. I have broken up the measurements for your convenience. I find that there is exactly 3/4 cup pineapple juice that comes in the can of unsweetened pineapple rings that I get at Whole Foods. The first time I made this cake, I bought extra juice, but found I didn't even need it! And... I must add that this cake smells completely and utterly DIVINE while it's baking. It's all I can do to keep from eating it right out of the oven :) p.s. I don't use the cherries, becasue I think they're gross, BUT I hear it's traditional so I listed them ;)

    Recipe #431062

    I got the idea for this from the Whole Foods recipe website, and, of course, added some extra spices to make it a bit more interesting. This was a great recipe to clean out the leftover quinoa, dried cranberries and almonds I had in my cubard! Quinoa is naturally wheat and gluten free and is a good source of complete protein for vegans and vegetarians. Be sure to rinse your quinoa really well under cold running water to remove any of the bitter coating from the outside! If you do not have garam masala, your favorite curry poweder will work too.

    Recipe #420307

    This is a great side dish to accompany any Mexican themed meal, and it's a nice change from rice (the side dish I make most often with Mexican food). Dare to be different sometimes! I always enjoy trying new WHOLE grains. Please, don't let the fact that millet is usually the number one ingredient in bird seed put you off. Millet is highly nutritious, non-glutinous and like buckwheat and quinoa, is not an acid forming food, so is soothing and easy to digest. When cooked, millet is soft, almost creamy with a bit of a crunch on the outside. Recipe adaped from Veganomicon, The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook! I believe original recipe called for fresh tomatoes instead of the canned

    Recipe #428169

    No anchovies or raw egg in this delicious, creamy, vegan version of Caesar salad dressing. Ground almonds add a nice texture to the dressing as well, quite similar to that of the grated hard cheese found in the traditional recipe. Serve this over chopped romaine lettuce and home made croutons! From Veganomicon, the Ultimate Vegan Cookbook

    Recipe #428235

    This is the pasta dish I made for Mother's Day, with the help of my dear niece, Taya. She even chose the pasta shape: mini wagon wheels! I really like how the "base" of this dish turned out, using the diced tomatos, balsamic and tamari. This will probably lend itself to many different vegetable variations in the future! Leftovers tasted even better the next day

    Recipe #428350

    Looking for a change from serving hummus as your appetizer? Muhammara is traditionally a hot pepper dip, orignating in Syria. This rich and delicious milder version uses roasted red peppers and goes wonderfully with pita bread, pita chips, raw veggies or spread on crusty toasted bread. It's nice to make this a day ahead to let the flavors blend and intensify overnight. Feel free to increase the amount of crushed red pepper to kick up the heat a bit!

    Recipe #428357

    This is my vegan substitute for scrambled eggs. Super simple, nothing fancy, great addition to a vegan brunch, omni and kid friendly! If you don't have unsweetened soy creamer, unsweetened almond or soy milk works just fine...

    Recipe #428362

    I have been making seitan quite a bit lately, and have been trying various cooking methods (baking, steaming and now simmering). One of the more difficult methods as far as consistancy goes, (so I've read), is simmered seitan. The following recipe I found in La Dolce Vegan cookbook, and it sounded so simple and mistake proof, I had to try it. I have now conquered my fear of simering seitan in broth!! Recipe can be doubled, and the pieces can be cut into nuggets, strips or cutlet sized pieces.

    Recipe #397519

    This pie is delicious, and no one will EVER miss the eggs. You can use this filling with your favorite home made pie crust, or store bought. I made this for Thanksgiving 2009 using this crust: Recipe #404587 Because I didn't have clove, I used 1/2 tsp cinnamon PLUS from Pampered Chef, which has a mix of cinnamon, nutmeg and clove. I also used candied pecans for the top. From: Joy of Vegan Baking

    Recipe #404506

    This recipe makes two (2) pie crusts, and freezes VERY well. This recipe can be made by hand, or using a food processor. (I make mine by hand since I do not own one). Please make sure not to overprocess the ingredients, as this will result in a very tough crust, not tender and flaky as it should be! The key to a flaky crust is to have all the ingredients COLD when you start. I like to put everything (flour and all) in the freezer for up to 30 minutes before I start. You may also use 1 cup of vegetable shortning, or 1 cup of non-dairy butter, instead of 1/2 cup of each. I prefer using a mix of the two!

    Recipe #404512

    Simple and yummy and vegan! Flax seeds are a great substitute for chicken's eggs in baking, and add fiber and omega 3s! :)

    Recipe #404545

    This crust is perfect for pumpkin pie!

    Recipe #404587

    Thsi is a delicious non-dairy cream topping for your favorite pies. I made this for Thanksgiving 2009 to serve with my pumpking and apple pies, and it was AMAZING! Please only use RAW cashew pieces, roasted or salted cashew pieces will make this too dark and taste more like nuts rather than cream. This can but put into the freezer for 10-15 mintues before serving to increase its thickness. You can soak the cashews in the water ahead of time to soften them a bit, but it is not necessary.

    Recipe #404674

    These are fantastic!! From Vegan Brunch

    Recipe #412270

    OMG YUMMM. From Vegan Brunch!

    Recipe #412273

    These have to be one of the BEST cupcakes I've ever made!! The chocolate extract REALLY makes it, so it's worth finding. As well as the little hint of almond. For the frosting, I've actually used a little less powdered sugar and it was plenty sweet (1 1/2-3/4 cup)

    Recipe #412578

    Created by Lauren, veganized by me! This was originally made with tuna. I subbed crumbled tempeh and Veganaise for the tuna and mayo to make a vegan version of this delicious sandwich filling. The pickle and the horseradish make this sandwich filling REALLY flavorful!! Please note: before I use tempeh in any recipe, I usually steam it first in some water and soy sauce for about 10 minutes. Place the crumbled tempeh in a sauce pan, just covered with water and a couple splashed of soy, bring to a boil and steam.

    Recipe #413292

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