This appetizer is so easy to put together, and is full of amazing Thai and Vietnamese flavors. The Soy Curls jerky ads the perfect textural component to heighten this fresh and herbaceous dish.
You read that right. “Mush”zarella sticks. As in mushroom mozzarella sticks. As in, there’s no cheese anywhere near these sticks, just mushrooms. And no, these aren’t just air-fried mushroom. No no no. These healthy appetizers are greater than the sum of their parts. Trust me.
This Thai Coconut Soup is so good, y’all. Your Thai food loving onmi friends won’t believe that it’s vegan, and you won’t believe that you could make something this identical to a Thai restaurant could be made in your own home.
I know I know I know… Thai food again?! Yes. Or at least my best and closest approximation of Thai food. But this one’s different. I promise! Kinda.
It’s a soup!
I have a super easy and delicious weeknight recipe for you here, that delivers all of the amazing flavors of Thai takeout, without the hassle or the Postmates premium: Thai Style Vegan Garlic Noodles with Tofu. This dish comes together in no time, and uses just a few sauces and ingredients that you probably already have on hand.
As the weather cools down a bit, I start to crave warm and comforting dishes like chili. With these black bean chili oats, you get all of the flavor of a chili mixed with the whole grain goodness of oats. The hearty black beans paired with the chewiness of the steel cut oats make this a super satisfying go-to breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Risotto was one of the first dishes that I tried to “master”, but let’s be honest, it can be a bit of a time suck. However, if you use a similar flavor profile, and sub in steel cut oat for the rice, you have a satisfying and savory meal with about a third the effort. Take this basic recipe as a guide, and go crazy!
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