Vegetarian recipes and info


Category - Kwanzaa

KwanzaaKwanzaa is a week-long celebration of family and culture. Lasting from 26 December to 1 January, Kwanzaa features traditional African and African-American foods, some of which are vegetarian or have vegetarian equivalents. Kwanzaa yenu iwe na heri!

Seitan Ribz

How meaty can "ribs" made from vegan-friendly seitan really be? Try this recipe – you might be surprised!

Skillet Cornbread

Skillet cornbreadAuthentic Southern cornbread meets dukkah, an Egyptian nut-seed-spice mixture.

Southern-Fried Tofu

Southern-fried tofuCrisp and delicious, you’ll want to make it again and again.

Sweet Potato Pie

This lovely pie is sweet but not too sweet, so you can eat it as a Thanksgiving side dish or dessert.

Tomatoes and Black-Eyed Peas

Tomatoes and black-eyed pea stewTomatoes stewed with black-eyed peas and a blend of spices.

Vegan Hoppin’ John

This New Orleans’ inspired variation on Hoppin’ John includes the traditional black-eyed peas for luck, as well as rice and tomatoes. The cooking time might seem long, but most of it is unattended.

Vegan Soul Kitchen

Vegan Soul KitchenInterested in vegan versions of classic African-American recipes? Read my review of Vegan Soul Kitchen: Fresh, healthy, and creative African-American cuisine, by Bryant Terry

Vegetarian Chili

Here’s a very easy vegetarian chili recipe – just open some cans, chop a few veggies, and leave it on the stove for a couple of hours.

Waffles

Doesn’t everyone love waffles? They’re quick and easy, and customizable to everyone’s individual taste. This batter works for both waffles and pancakes.

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