Tangy, cheezy red pepper dip that you can use to make cute holiday appetizers.
Crispy strips of seitan smothered in almonds and brown sauce make a great vegan alternative to the classic Chinese-American recipe, soo guy.
A creamy, lemony sauce that goes well with fried foods.
Vegetarian split pea soup is easy and can be just as flavorful as the traditional recipe with ham.
A quiche makes an easy, satisfying main course. This colorful carrot-onion quiche looks and tastes great with a side of dark green vegetables or salad.
This is a terrific vegan parmesan "cheese" made from nutritional yeast and toasted sesame seeds.
Rice pilaf enhanced with golden potatoes, for when you just can't decide between your two favorite starches.
Falafel are crunchy chickpea nuggets from Lebanon that can be baked or fried.
If, like me, you always have pesto and roasted peppers in your fridge, you can whip up this tasty dish in barely more time than it takes to cook the pasta.
Although it doesn't taste exactly like dairy sour cream, vegan sour cream is just as delicious and has a lovely, thick texture.