A simple, traditional gravy that vegans, meat eaters, and everyone in between will love.
A spicy sauce from the Huancayo region of Peru traditionally made with fresh cheese. This vegan version relies on nutritional yeast instead.
A thick, rich sauce that's hearty enough to be eaten like stew.
It takes a bit of time, but this is an easy and very delicious recipe for seitan bourguignon, a mock-beef version of the traditional French stew that is also excellent over pasta, rice, or polenta.
Turn your seitan cooking broth into the richest and meatiest non-meat gravy you've ever tasted.
The perfect accompaniment to mock crab cakes and stir fry.
This spicy tomato cream sauce is an Indian recipe that goes wonderfully with hard-boiled eggs and warm bread (such as naan, pita, or French bread). It's also nice with rice, pasta, or polenta.
Squash sauce stirred into pasta or rice makes a nice autumn meal.
A variation on a classic Italian sauce: basil pesto mixed with the interesting flavor of sun-dried tomatoes.
Tahini sauce is extremely simple and works well in sandwiches or as a salad dressing.