Delicious vegan and/or vegetarian recipes

I don't know how the green juice turns out in a blender. Sorry.
I tried the vegan pancakes and they are actually really good.
The recipe is from TofuGuru on youtube.

Recipe:

-1 cup flour
-1teaspoon baking powder
-1 teaspoon baking soda
-1/4 teaspoon salt
mix together first

-1 cup soymilk
-add 1 teaspoon Apple cider vinegar and allow to curdle
-then add one tablespoon of a light oil (I had coconut oil)

Mix everything together- Voila!
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I must try that Green Juice thing i use to make some but have stopped for some time.I don't have a juicer do you think a blender will work?(I'll probably need to strain it and add some liquid though).
Originally Posted by Flower princess
You might want to try a green monster smoothie. There are lots of recipes on the Internet but basically it's handful or two of spinach, fruit you like (I tend to do blueberries & peaches or mango & pineapple - all frozen), a splash of milk (you can use yogurt), sweetener if you prefer, and a banana on top. Blend it all together and enjoy!
Ah, it all makes sense now. Goldy is the puppet master!
Originally Posted by Poodlehead
I don't know how the green juice turns out in a blender. Sorry.
I tried the vegan pancakes and they are actually really good.
The recipe is from TofuGuru on youtube.

Recipe:

-1 cup flour
-1teaspoon baking powder
-1 teaspoon baking soda
-1/4 teaspoon salt
mix together first

-1 cup soymilk
-add 1 teaspoon Apple cider vinegar and allow to curdle
-then add one tablespoon of a light oil (I had coconut oil)

Mix everything together- Voila!
Originally Posted by RainyDays
Okay.Thanks for the photo too it looks delicious!
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I must try that Green Juice thing i use to make some but have stopped for some time.I don't have a juicer do you think a blender will work?(I'll probably need to strain it and add some liquid though).
Originally Posted by Flower princess
You might want to try a green monster smoothie. There are lots of recipes on the Internet but basically it's handful or two of spinach, fruit you like (I tend to do blueberries & peaches or mango & pineapple - all frozen), a splash of milk (you can use yogurt), sweetener if you prefer, and a banana on top. Blend it all together and enjoy!
Originally Posted by goldy
I'll look up to that.Thanks.
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If anyone needs good vegan recipes ask me iam 13 but have been a vegan all my life my mom and my dad and my 2 sisters are vegan too all our life my mom cooks a Finnic meals but on top of that she has to make half gluten free for my dad and 2 sisters a 10 yr old and 2 yr. Old
If anyone needs good vegan recipes ask me iam 13 but have been a vegan all my life my mom and my dad and my 2 sisters are vegan too all our life my mom cooks a Finnic meals but on top of that she has to make half gluten free for my dad and 2 sisters a 10 yr old and 2 yr. Old
Originally Posted by Athenacurly:)
Can you share some of your favourite recipes and also what do you eat for snacks?
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I will go look in my fridge and cupboard any type of specific recipes/ snacks???? I have got a ton
I will go look in my fridge and cupboard any type of specific recipes/ snacks???? I have got a ton
Originally Posted by Athenacurly:)
Okay thanks.I don't have any specific recipe or snack.I just want some really tasty ones
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Some of my favorite snacks :
Enviro kids crispy rice peanut butter drizzle
- sweets from the earth nanimo bars
-yoso yogurts are okay
Tofutti milk free cream cheese with any type of crackers
Zen pudding
Yves veggie cuisine has pretty good meat replacements
Dayia cheese that actually melts
Terra Nostra rice milk chocolate is to die for!
Thoughd are some really good vegan foods I have tried and have you ever been to a resterante called "kind food"?
I will get you some recipes iam just not sure where my moms recipe book is and Ian nit sure exactly how they are made sorry
Some of my favorite snacks :
Enviro kids crispy rice peanut butter drizzle
- sweets from the earth nanimo bars
-yoso yogurts are okay
Tofutti milk free cream cheese with any type of crackers
Zen pudding
Yves veggie cuisine has pretty good meat replacements
Dayia cheese that actually melts
Terra Nostra rice milk chocolate is to die for!
Thoughd are some really good vegan foods I have tried and have you ever been to a resterante called "kind food"?
Originally Posted by Athenacurly:)
Thanks.I haven't been to that restaurant.

I will get you some recipes iam just not sure where my moms recipe book is and Ian nit sure exactly how they are made sorry
Originally Posted by Athenacurly:)
Okay don't worry i can wait.
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I've tasted many vegetarian -vegan recipes that aren't tasty at all.I wan't some really delicious irresistible recipes to incorporate more veggies in my diet.I'll like one that non vegetarians/vegans also can enjoy without feeling the need of adding meat.Thanks.
Originally Posted by Flower princess
I'm not a vegetarian/vegan, but I do love a good veggie meal. For me that starts with the vegetables or fruits I like and two of my favorites are Avocado and Okra. Okay, maybe okra isn't everyone's favorite, but it makes a really good meal and absorbs flavors well both in stir fry's and in soups. I do have a blog on recipes and here are a couple of my favorite recipes:

Avocado Chimichurri -- tasty avocado in south american spices that works well served on crusted bread.

Okra Bhaji - is a spicy okra stir fry using Indian spices that tastes great as a meal served with basmati rice.

I also think a lot of meat stews with a lot of vegetables can easily be turned into a vegetarian dish. For example one of my favorite African dishes is Peanut Stew. This can be made with just vegetables or with meat such as chicken or lamb. I have an African Chicken & Okra Peanut stew on my blog. To make it vegetarian simply exclude the chicken and substitute the chicken broth with vegetable broth. Still go through the process of stewing the sauce for 30 minutes without the chicken to allow the peanut and tomato flavors to blend, then add the vegetables at the end. In this recipe I use okra, kale, bell peppers, carrots, onions and tomatoes, but consider adding eggplant, chinese long green beans and potatoes which are other ingredients used in the many variations of this African Peanut stew.

Another meat dish rich in vegetables that can easily be turned into a vegetarian meal is this simple Filipino Tamarind base soup. Again usually made with meat included, but eliminate the chicken in this recipe and it makes a great vegetarian meal. This one uses okra, japanese eggplant, onions, tomatoes, ginger, tamarind powder, and mustard greens. Try adding green beans and baby spinach to make it an even richer vegetable soup.

These are some dishes that I as a non-vegetarian really enjoy.
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I'm vegan. Well, I'm just getting back to vegan after a year of being vegetarian (living abroad). I mostly just assemble things to eat. Like not many actual recipes if that makes sense. I just eat vegan because thats what I am. But I do want to try making more recipes. Ive tried some recipes in the past and I really want to get to the point where I'm making relatively complicated concoctions in the kitchen like a vegan Betty Crocker. Baby steps, baby steps

However, if you're really searching for recipes - Pinterest. Love Pinterest. So many boards of vegan food. Just search for it.
Vegan Yums on Pinterest
Your Best Vegan Food. on Pinterest

Lots of Boards and recipe pins for vegan and vegetarian food on Pinterest. And the links lead you to a lot of different veg blogs, which have even more recipes.

Or go to the library/book store and get some cookbooks. I really like the cookbooks by Isa Chandra Moskowitz and friends. They have a website and the cookbooks are listed there. They have some sample recipes there too.
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I have Vegan With A Vengeance, Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World, Veganomicon, and Appetite for Reduction. I've only made a few things though.

Go to Trader Joes. That's where I shop, as well as health food stores for vegan specialty items I'll need every now and then.
I mostly assemble things, as I said before. At the risk of embarrassment, I'll just tell you some things I eat daily. Really easy things, to be honest. (Thus, not recipes in my mind)

I make a smoothie every day, sometimes two. It's a good snack and it's healthier than soda or juice. And I'm obsessed with them. I make them with almond milk, frozen fruit, and a fresh banana. I do sometimes add a tiny bit of sugar (guilty). My favorites are banana-strawberry or banana with the frozen cherry blend from Trader Joes.

Broccoli. Just cooked and seasoned with a little bit of season all. I love that. It literally gets this simple with me.

Kale. I eat so much ****ing kale its ridiculous. But it's also delicious, imo, so I'm okay with that. I sautee kale with olive oil and garlic, add a little salt. I usually top it with the dried tarte cherries or sun dried tomatoes from trader joes. Its pretty (dark green with the dark red cherries) and it's a party in my mouth.

I'm loving the packaged, steamed lentils from Trader Joes. I want to make them from scratch but I'm not on that level yet. I simmer them in the red or yellow curry sauces from Trader Joes. (Like most sauces, it is packed with sodium, be aware of that) It's so good. Lentils simmered in curry, good stuff.

I also like making curry with rice. I love curry. You can get the curry packets from Asian grocery stores. They have directions on the backs of the packets. I usually add coconut milk (of course), oil, and cut up veggies and potatoes to cook in the curry. Then when that is done, I add rice. voila.

I love spaghetti squash. You can treat it more or less like pasta with sauces, but I also just love it seasoned with salt and pepper and mixed with greens.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPFErHz6zOM

I also love butternut squash. Just seasoned with salt and pepper, mixed with olive oil and roasted in the oven.

One of my favorite small meals/snacks is sprouted whole grain bread (the Ezekiel brand), toasted, and avocado spread on top of the toast slices with a good salsa. If I want an actual meal, I'll add tofu, tempeh, or whatever.

I love the sausages from Field Roast. However, if you're gluten sensitive, this is a big no-no. Its made of vital wheat gluten instead of soy protein. I love adding the apple sage and Italian flavored sausages to lots of things. Pastas, rice dishes, toast, etc
http://fieldroast.com/product/field-roast-sausages/

Speaking of, I made this "sausage" chestnut stuffing two thanksgivings ago and I loved it.

Vegan Stuffing Post: Recipe Trio.

I also love the avocado pesto pasta from chef chloe coscarelli.
Avocado Pesto Pasta - Entrees - Chef Chloe - Vegan Cooking and Recipes

Last edited by Whimsicurl; 07-14-2014 at 06:11 PM.
I have an awesome tomato and okra gumbo recipe somewhere I'll post later.

I like to stir fry bell peppers, onions, green onions, carrots, broccoli, asparagus, and other things I'm probably forgetting and mix it with brown rice and lean ground turkey (which you can just leave out; I just eat it for the protein boost), then season it with Bragg Liquid Aminos.

I like this recipe too.
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It's like tuna salad but with chick peas. Tastes a lot better, IMO.
Originally Posted by fetus

Idk if its the same one, but I've made the chickpea mock-tuna salad before and it is delicious. my mom loved it as well and shes no where near vegetarian status.
I guess I'll post what I made tonight. I eat mostly vegan and always vegetarian, but am not a lifestyle vegan. This recipe is also gluten free.

I live in an area with great Asian grocers, so you may need to adjust ingredients if you can't find them in your area. This a central Thai recipe good for a sweeter palette. Sugar can be reduced.

Phak Tom Kati

1 cup coconut milk
1/2 cup garden peas
1/2 cup green beans, broken into 2" pieces
1/2 cup mushrooms, sliced
1 cup cabbage, shredded
2 tablespoons shallots, sliced finely
1 tablespoon tamari (or GF soy sauce)
1 tablespoon raw sugar
1 tablespoon Thai chile peppers, finely sliced
1 tablespoon green peppercorns (wrap in cheesecloth bag)
1 kaffir lime leaves, shredded

Bring coconut milk to a simmer in a saucepan. Stir in sugar, tamari, and lime leaves. Adjust sweetness to taste if necessary. Add veggies and simmer until cooked. Serve over steamed jasmine rice.
I am going hiking, camping, and white water rafting this weekend. Since we are staying a primitive site and don't want to lug around a cooler I am making tofu jerky.

1 package extra firm tofu, drained and pressed and cut into 1/2 wide stripes.
3/8 cup of GF soy sauce or tamari
2/8 cup of water
2 tbsp liquid smoke (I use Wright's brand GF)
1/2 clove of crushed garlic
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1/4 tsp cumin
1 tbsp Agave nectar (or other sweetener)
1/2 tsp onion powder

Make the marinade and then allow tofu to marinate for at least 30 minutes. Preheat the oven to 200F. Place tofu on a parchment paper lined baking sheet.
Cook for 4-7 hours flipping every hour or so until the desired texture.
You can mess around with the spices as this is a very basic version. If you are using a saltier tasting soy sauce you may want to use less soy sauce and more water.

Last edited by MissCamille; 07-23-2014 at 03:40 PM. Reason: added info
Check out minimalistbaker.com all vegan recipes! I found a Thai carrot soup on there and it was seriously so amazing! It tasted just like pad Thai sauce

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