This is one of the first vegan dishes I tried and my first attempt at using tofu and I love it! This recipe is very versatile. You can use the tofu as crumbles and place in a salad, lettuce wrap, or sandwich. You can make “chicken” strips or nuggets. You can also fry it up in a pan to make it a bit more crispy.
Valentine’s Day is only a few short days away and if you want to surprise your honey with a great vegan feast to celebrate your love, check out the list below. Everything below is pretty easy to make, so set the mood and enjoy the day!
Appetizer: Watermelon Mango Salsa
Source: Nicole Perry
You may not have the opportunity to travel to a tropical island for Valentine’s Day but this salsa infused with watermelon, cucumber, and mango will taste like you’re on a tropical vacation. Serve this to your honey while you’re finishing up dinner.
I’ve never been a big mayonnaise lover but I made this recipes as a complement to a pasta dish I was trying out and I absolutely fell in love with it. You can add this condiment to anything including pasta, veggie burgers, or just use it as a dip. Plus it’s super easy to make! Check it out and let me know what you think.
I tried this recipe for the first time last week and I love it! In this recipe we basically use chickpeas as a base to make a vegan ricotta cheese. And who doesn’t love a stuffed shell! This is very filling and although you’re blending the ingredients, it has a slightly crunchy flavor to it.
I like to show off common dishes that carnivores eat all the time, when I can. Whenever I’m invited to a BBQ, chances are I’m bringing this dish. I admittedly stole this recipe from my mother and it’s a common dish that always shows up at large home functions and gatherings. This is a quick and easy dish that will show your friends and family that we as vegans eat more than just “rabbit food”!
This is one of my favorite recipes since turning veganish. I even got a few hard core carnivores to eat this during Christmas dinner. It’s an awesome combination of flavor including sweet, sour, salty with a touch of spicy. The eggplant gives a great meaty texture for those looking to substitute vegetables as a main dish.