Like most holidays, the Jewish celebration of Hanukkah has its own traditional recipes, some of which are vegetarian. Fried foods feature heavily, in remembrance of the oil that lasted for eight days.
Light and fluffy, these delicious vegan pancakes can be eaten plain, filled with nuts or fruit, or topped with your favorite syrup.
Sun-dried tomatoes, olives, walnuts, and herbs combine in this Mediterranean-inspired bread.
A sweet, creamy blend of pumpkin, tofu, cashews, and banana, topped with candied pecans.
A luxurious, very creamy cheese made from cultured cashew milk.
Pumpkin pie is the classic Thanksgiving dessert - adding potatoes and corn turns it into an innovative, savory side dish!
Very flavorful gravy, like French onion soup without the topping.
This quiche made with squash and leeks and topped with cheese is a simple yet elegant main course. Serve it with salad and rice or quinoa pilaf for a satisfying meal.
A rich and slightly sweet vegan pâté.
White beans and black olives combine with various herbs and veggies to make a hearty soup.