Buddha Bowls With Lentils, Roasted Carrots and Roasted Sweet Potatoes! Vegan, Gluten-Free, and So Nourishing!
If you have only a few ingredients, you can still make a filling, delicious meal. These Buddha Bowls are easy to prepare, inexpensive, and will keep you nourished for hours!
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.
Sometimes, you just need a hearty, stick-to-your-ribs breakfast. But you don’t want animal products or gluten. It is indeed possible to enjoy a robust morning meal without sacrificing your principles or your health.
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.
Warm Your Insides With Vegan, Gluten-Free Cream of Potato and Broccoli Soup – Stove Top and Instant Pot
We don’t know what the weather is like in your neck of the woods, but it’s cold and gloomy here. The skies are pitch-black by 5:00 PM, and we do whatever we can to stay warm. Nothing soothes you more on a cold December evening than a bowl of creamy potato/broccoli soup. The texture is like manna for the throat, and the robust, yet delicate flavor comforts as it fills you up. Invite some friends over for a soup party! Everyone will rave about this delicious meal.
Brrrrrr! It’s getting cold outside, and we’re craving comfort food! Shepherd’s Pie is an excellent meal for these chilly nights. It’s packed full of lentils and potatoes, combined with mushrooms and spinach, and served on top of gluten-free breadcrumbs. We made this hearty offering as a main dish for our recent Thanksgiving dinner, but it’s also perfect for the December holidays. You’ll feel pleasantly full in no time, ready to brave the cold winds.
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!
Eat Hearty With Our Vegan, Gluten-Free German Potato Salad (Stovetop and Instant Pot Recipe Included!)
Fall is coming on strong! We don’t know about you, but we’re craving some carbs! It’s best to stick to the healthy kind, like organic potatoes. Recently, we found ourselves with a small sack of red potatoes — don’t ask how THAT happened — and wanted to do something fancier than just boiling them and slathering some Earth Balance over the top. So we modified a German potato salad recipe, substituting tempeh bacon for the animal variety, and were wowed by the results! We found smoky bacon tempeh at the supermarket, and found that it imparted the delicious flavor that is so essential to German potato salad.
These gluten-free and vegan sumac roasted potatoes pack a flavorful punch. Sumac adds a bright, citrusy flavor to whatever you’re cooking, and it’s great for zesting up potatoes.
If you like Indian food, you’ll love this simple but elegant recipe! This dish has a delicate flavor yet is creamy, robust and filling for a cold winter’s evening. It is inexpensive and incredibly easy to prepare. You can serve it with either unpolished white rice (Basmati is best) or brown rice. The addition of turmeric and cumin imparts a nice spiciness to the flavor. We like our dish piquant, so we’re generous with spices. Adjust for your own taste. If you don’t have new potatoes, you can cut up red or even russet potatoes and use those instead. Truly a winner!
We love potatoes because they are the ultimate filling vegan, gluten-free food. Potatoes are also very versatile, so you virtually can’t go wrong with whatever you do with a potato. Twice baked potatoes are so yummy and you can put just about anything you like in the filling. We like vegan chili, black beans, salsa, you name it! This recipe is absolutely scrumptious because it pairs creamy vegan sour cream with gooey vegan cheese.
You are going to love this recipe for red potato cakes, augmented with tomato and spinach! First, let’s clear up that the potato cakes aren’t red, it’s called “red potato cakes” because the recipe calls for new (i.e. baby) red potatoes. But you can really use any new potatoes, and in fact we think purple new potatoes make it look pretty cool!
If you are looking for an easy vegan “set it and forget it” crockpot recipe that is as tasty as it is easy, look no further. Our recipe for crockpot gluten-free vegan creamy potato carrot soup is so easy, and so tasty, that you will want to make it often. It’s perfect for those fall and winter evenings – but also great for warmer days when the slow cooker can keep your kitchen cool! And it works with any size crockpot!