Serve these fried pickles as an appetizer or side dish at dinner and watch them disappear! Fried pickles have an awesome flavor combination that when fried, are simply divine. Although I don’t eat too much fried foods, these in my opinion are well worth it!
This easy to make Mushroom Marsala Sauce is a great addition to elevate plain spaghetti into a restaurant-quality dish. You could serve these mushrooms over cauliflower steaks, mashed potatoes, or whatever you’d like! For someone who grew up not enjoying mushrooms, I have to be honest, this dish rocks with a savory flavor that keeps you wanting more.
This creamy non-dairy yogurt dill sauce perfectly pairs with couscous, rice, or quinoa and even on top of crispy breaded tofu or zucchini burgers. This sauce is extremely universal and can even be used on warm pita falafel sandwich. Another alternative for this is to thin it with a tad of water for a diary-free dressing. Whatever you chose, it’ll be great either way!
This country gravy, also known as a white gravy, is made from milk that is thickened by a roux, which is flour cooked in vegan butter. This gravy recipe is best with a soy milk because of its natural flavor profile. If you don’t use or have soy milk, you can always opt for oat milk or almond milk, just make sure it is unsweetened. Smother this gravy over Country Fried Cauliflower Steaks or biscuits! The choice is yours.
Learn how to make a fermented hot sauce with these 7 simple ingredients that will give new meaning to your chilis and peppers. Ive been recently growing a ton of ghost, apache, and scotch bonnet peppers and thought how could I use these before they go bad? With that question in mind, I decided to mix them together to create this tasty hot sauce that packs the heat. Before you even consider this being too difficult of a task, let me reassure you that it takes maybe 5 minutes of actual prep time to make this. Once you place the hot sauce mixture on the counter top, you just let nature do its thing and allow the fermentation process to begin. After 5 days, you have one heck of a sauce! Making your own hot sauce is a fun DIY project and a great way for beginners to learn how to ferment, you should give it a try.
Blend all of the ingredients except for the vinegar. Add mixture into a clean mason jar and cover with a cheese cloth. Allow to sit on the counter for 24 hours before adding the apple cider vinegar to the mixture.
Keep covered on the counter for 5 days. Pour mixture into a cheesecloth lined colander and squeeze out all of the liquid (be sure to wear gloves).
Heat hot sauce in a sauce pot until it reaches 185 degrees F. Bottle hot sauce in a mason jar and allow to cool before storing in the refrigerator.
Chef’s tip: For a more mild hot sauce, take out the seeds from the peppers before pulverizing them in the blender.
As you all know, alfredo sauce is rich and creamy, but normally made with tons of milk, cream, and cheese. My veganized version is a lot healthier and made from cauliflower! That’s right, Cauliflower Alfredo Sauce for all those pasta cravings. Cauliflower is a great way to re create a thick restaurant-quality sauce. It comes together super quickly and can even be used for your next pizza night! This recipe is great to make ahead and use during the week for fast dinner ideas! Feel free to wilt some spinach in your pasta before adding the sauce, it’s one of my favorite ways to enjoy it.
This Mushroom Gravy recipe is perfect for my vegan roast turkey, garlic-chive mashed potatoes, or anything else you can think of! Growing up, I would pour tons of gravy on my stuffing, mashed potatoes, and anything else I could, I would. Realizing the importance of a good gravy, I thought this would be the perfect recipe for your holiday roasts and more!
In a skillet over medium-high heat, melt the butter and add the sliced mushrooms and onions. Sprinkle with a pinch of salt and sauté for 15 minutes until the water has evaporated. Add balsamic vinegar and cook for an additional minute.
Sprinkle the flour and cook for an addition 1 to 2 minutes. Slowly pour the vegetable broth while stirring and season with salt, pepper, and thyme.
Cook for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally. Once thickened, remove from heat and pour into gravy boat.
Chef’s tip: Add a splash of vegan worcestershire sauce.
For some of us, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Instead of de-fueling your body with processed cereals or sugary doughnuts, fuel it with nutritious, plant-based options like what you see here! Using @sunflowerfamilyusa sunflower haché to replace meat in this recipe, I’m able to recreate the perfect texture for the plant-based sausage and gravy.
Looking for the best and easiest stir fry sauce ever? Well look no further because I have created that perfect go-to sauce for any noodle dish, stir fry, or other meal you chose. I like to think this sauce recipe is your the best secret weapon when it comes to stir fried noodles, primarily because of the delicious peanut butter flavor.
There is something about macaroni and cheese that we all can relate to. Whether it’s the creamy cheese sauce or the crispy top baked with breadcrumbs and more cheese, we all have our go-to version. My plant-based “hamburger helper” recreation uses sunflower haché by Sunflower Family. This type of protein is made from dehydrated sunflower kernels. If you haven’t already decided what you’re making this week, I highly suggest this!