Roasting is one of the easiest ways to get tons of flavor out of just a few ingredients.
Everyone loves potatoes, and luckily for us they are used in all kinds of soups, side dishes, and even salads. Check out my collection of vegetarian potato recipes.
Raw cashews and rejuvelac make a delicious non-dairy, cultured buttermilk.
This vegetarian version of refried beans is tastier and healthier than traditional ones, which are cooked in lard.
Jewish cuisine includes a lot of root vegetables, dairy products, fried foods, apples, honey, and, for certain holidays, unleavened breads.
Breaded and baked zucchini sticks make a nice change from French fries.
Breaded and fried tofu is a delicious vegan answer to fried chicken.
Capsaicinoids, including capsicum, are the chemical compounds that give chili peppers their spicy hot flavor and can make your entire mouth burn. If you're a fan of jalapeños, cayenne pepper, and other hot and spicy flavors, check out this index of spicy vegetarian recipes.
A variation on a classic Italian sauce: basil pesto mixed with the interesting flavor of sun-dried tomatoes.
Make egg- and dairy-free crêpe batter, then serve up a gourmet feast!