A vegan pancake that doesn't double as intestinal glue. These are very versatile and can take anything you throw in them: blue berries, chopped apples, chocolate chips... We have these almost every weekend and they're heaven!
A quick and surprisingly tasty recipe I picked up somewhere, with a few adaptations. It's a neat side dish (although we tend to just gobble them up as they're done...). We like these with a little barbeque sauce or soy sauce for dipping.
This is a vegan version of a classic Italian dish traditionally made with guanciale or pancetta. It's really, really tasty, and you can make the sauce or just buy some and add to it. The sauce should be very spicy. Enjoy this one with a nice red wine.
From the book "Real Vegetarian Thai." It's one of my new favorites--I put a tablespoon of it in just about everything I stir-fry. If you're not a spicy fan, you can turn down the heat by adding less of the chili sauce.
This has come from years of watching my gramma's elaborate pesto-making in the kitchen and distilling it down to something I can make in my own kitchen without having to search for obscure ingredients. It's also veganified, so you can add parmesan and reduce the salt if it suits your tastes. This is great on whole wheat pasta shells or penne.
This is an authentic Indian cabbage and pea curry. The recipe is designed to replicate the cabbage and peas dish at our local Indian restaurant. Hope you enjoy it! It's very spicy (i.e, it might make you cry), so you may want to tone it down a little.
This is a vegan alternative to http://www.recipezaar.com/browse/getrecipe.zsp?id=26806&path= . I have a hard time finding veggie burgers that I actually like, so I often make my own. You can put half the nutritional yeast right into the patties and sprinkle the rest on top afterwards, or just save it all for the end.