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.
A creamy, herby, winey, vegan sauce.
Rich, thick mushroom gravy with tons of umami.
Frozen tofu absorbs marinade like a sponge and makes a firm and flavorful mock meat.
Risotto isn't difficult to make, though it does require a lot of standing at the stove, stirring away. The end result, however, is delicious and a wonderful comfort food.
Marinade is one of the most flexible recipes there is, because there is no set recipe: just combine a few liquids with herbs and spices, you don't even really need to measure.
Red cabbage topped with sautéed apples makes a simple but flavorful side dish.
Instead of simply boiling quinoa, take a few extra minutes to make "quinoasotto" - it's a fluffier, tastier side dish.
This traditional Spanish drink goes well with spicy foods, is delicious in summer, and works well as a party punch bowl.
Warm, spicy mulled wine is a wonderful winter drink.