If you want to give a bit of pizzazz to an ordinary can of black beans, this recipe will only take you a couple of minutes and will utilize a few simple ingredients.
We finally made it to hot soup season, and we couldn’t be happier! Nothing is better on a chilly evening than a bowl of nourishing soup, perhaps with a side of gluten-free garlic toast.
Sometimes you want to add a little extra pizzazz to your vegetables. Sure, they’re great steamed, baked, or sautéed. But, if you want an extra layer of goodness, you really need to try our vegan, gluten-free almond/garlic topping.
Baked Bang Bang Tofu! Vegan And Gluten-Free, Fun to Say Out Loud, Easy to Prepare, Delicious to Eat!
Sometimes you need to whip together a tasty, high-protein meal, but you have limited time and/or ingredients. Fortunately, we’ve discovered a recipe to solve that dilemma.
There are still a few hot days left this summer until September brings the autumnal breezes. We often find ourselves with a surplus of tomatoes, and when this situation arises, we know exactly what to do –make gazpacho!
You might not be able to take an actual trip to Italy right now, but you can make this yummy vegan, gluten-free focaccia with a minimal number of ingredients.
Tofu is pretty bland on its own. However, marinated and cooked properly, these plain white slabs become exotic and delicious!
There’s nothing more delicious on a hot summer evening than a bowl of fresh guacamole and a pile of crispy tortilla chips! This stellar dish is so easy to make, a great way to use up those old tortillas, and is naturally vegan and gluten-free!
These wonderful, gluten-free, vegan baked beans taste almost exactly like Bush’s baked beans, only better, and better for you! And so easy!
Potatoes are one of the most commonly utilized foods — so basic, so inexpensive, and so delicious. This tuberous vegetable can be used in just about everything.
We recently discovered the most refreshing gazpacho imaginable — made with pineapple and cucumber! You probably have a cucumber or two lounging around your kitchen, especially if you have a garden.
We still have leftover summer squash, and it remains fresh! But it doesn’t stay that way forever, and we knew we needed to come up with a new recipe, stat.
Summer squash grows like crazy, and sometimes you’re stuck with more of these vegetables than you know what to do with! Quite a conundrum! What’s a savvy vegan and gluten-free chef to do?
We recently found ourselves with four ears of corn and no plan for their consumption. Fortunately, we discovered (and modified) a recipe for vegan, gluten-free corn fritters.
If you have kids (or a spouse!) who balk at the idea of eating broccoli, feed them this simple, but rich side dish and watch them change their minds.
If you have limited time and/or ingredients, you can whip up this amazing, nourishing roasted baby potato recipe in no time at all! We were astonished by how easy and inexpensive it was. We used fresh dill in our recipe, because that’s how we roll. But dried dill can work in a pinch.
If you have a couple of extra potatoes and an onion, some shallots and a bit of gluten-free flour, you can make one of the simplest, yet most delicious meals ever. We absolutely love potato pancakes! Their robust simplicity thrills our palates.
Vegan, Gluten-Free Cauliflower/Celery Root Mash is Like Mashed Potatoes, Only Better and Vegan AIP Friendly!
Winter is a wonderful time for this nourishing dish. It’s creamy and filling, like mashed potatoes, but much yummier and more nutritious! Brewer’s yeast, cauliflower, and celery root are packed with vitamins, and the flavor is slightly sweet, with a bit of a tang.
Many of us have unpleasant childhood memories of being forced to eat Brussels sprouts. Such a mindset is unfortunate because, cooked properly, this cruciferous vegetable is both tasty and nutritious. Many chefs are beginning to appreciate the flavor of the oft-maligned Brussels sprout, so the tide is slowly turning in its favor. Our delicious vegan, gluten-free recipe utilizes dried cranberries, orange zest and toasted hazelnuts to create a taste sensation. You’ll be proud to showcase this offering on your Thanksgiving table. It’s crunchy yet tender, with a hint of sweetness, and packed full of vitamins. The hazelnuts add a bit of protein to our elegant side dish. Yum!
You’re faced with a dilemma: you want to eat an elegant international meal, but you don’t have much time and/or cash on hand. What’s a hungry gourmet to do? The answer is simple — whip up a platter of our Pepper, Peanut, and Potato Sabzi! Though it looks deceptively like a simple, stir-fried dish of potatoes and peppers, once you experienced your first bite, you’ll know there is something special going on. The exotic flavor comes from the addition of cumin and fennel seeds, spices that are popular staples in Indian cuisine. The peanuts add protein, and the potatoes are hearty and filling. Just perfect for these chilly autumn nights!