This tasty green spread is similar to ricotta in consistency. It's wonderful slathered on tomatoes or even served with carrot sticks.
Beans and legumes are an excellent source of vegetarian protein and a staple of many veg*n diets. The drawback is that they take a long time to prepare, but once you know the techniques, you’ll find it’s not difficult at all.
Vegetable soup is one of those things that don't really need a recipe - you can customize the ingredients to your heart's content. This recipe is really just a set of guidelines to give you some ideas about what to include.
Quick-cooking quinoa and your choice of veggies makes a terrific and healthy pilaf.
People often equate crêpes to dessert, but savory crêpes can be just as delicious. Here are some ideas for savory crêpe fillings and toppings you and your guests will love.
A thick, bright green sauce that tastes equally delicious with pasta, bread, and raw vegetables.
Pasta primavera is the perfect springtime dish, filled with fresh vegetables.
Vegetarian split pea soup is easy and can be just as flavorful as the kind made with ham.
A tangy dressing tossed with seitan and vegetables makes a delicious vegan alternative to Chinese chicken salad.
This salad is colorful, tasty, and a good way to use up some leftover vegetables.