Vegetarian recipes and info
Kwanzaa 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!
How meaty can "ribs" made from vegan-friendly seitan really be? Try this recipe – you might be surprised!
Authentic Southern cornbread meets dukkah, an Egyptian nut-seed-spice mixture.
Crisp and delicious, you’ll want to make it again and again.
This lovely pie is sweet but not too sweet, so you can eat it as a Thanksgiving side dish or dessert.
Tomatoes stewed with black-eyed peas and a blend of spices.
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.
Interested 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
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.
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.