I recently went to Monterrey, Mexico and while I was there, I thought it would be fun to see what kind of vegan food they had. It turns out they have a lot! I decided to try the Hare Krishna Vegan Restaurant as it had a vibe from India and felt more spiritual than commercial.
Creamy African Peanut Stew is unbeatable. The peanut butter addition is amazing, it creates a delicious flavor and amazing creaminess. I added "everything but my kitchen sink" as they say so feel free to use as much or as little of the vegetables and beans as you'd like and want in your soup.
An explosion of flavors are layered together and wrapped tightly in dough then baked until golden brown. The aroma is amazing and the taste that much better. Get a slice of Stromboli.
Loads of vegetables and marinated tofu are stir-fried in a savory sauce that is sweet, sour and spicy.
Hi friends, this recipe has been re-made into version 2.0!
FIND IT HERE. It's delicious!!! Enjoy!!! You can change the shape if preferred.
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You guys! This happened one late night when Gerald brought me a big batch of fresh nopales. At first they were nopales rellanos and then the morphed into these enchiladas or as Gerald loves to call them Nopalitos.
When I was growing up I used to LOVE sloppy joes. Each birthday my mom and dad would ask my sister and I what kind of special meal we'd like and I would say "sloppy joes" (and cheesecake!) My favorite was sloppy joes on a toasted onion bun with french fries. I know, real healthy. I loved biting into a sloppy joe and having it slide down my hand as I'd have to clean it up with a fry. The sloppier, the better.
It had been YEARS since I had a sloppy joe, in fact I have a hard time remembering the last time I had one. That is, until I made my own! As my birthday approached in March, I knew the perfect comfort meal that would bring me back. I made homemade ketchup and sloppy joe mix made thick with handmade sausages that were crumbled and fried until golden. It was all served on a homemade bun with oil-free steak fries. It met every sloppy joe desire and made me feel like I was at home again. I made it again tonight to double check the recipe and it's a winner! My husband loves this recipe: "Delicious honey!" This recipe is a craving-buster, comforting meal that makes you feel like mom made it, filling, hearty, husband-approved and totally vegan! I hope you love it as much as I do. From my heart and kitchen to yours! Love, Christa
Makes 4 Sloppy Joes
2 Vegan Italian Sausages Ground and browned
1/3 Cup Chopped Onion
1 Green Bell Chopped
1/2 Cup Green Chili Pepper Chopped
2 Garlic Cloves Minced
1 Tbsp Steak Seasoning (I used this recipe)
2 tsp Dijon mustard
1 Tbsp Tamari Sauce (Soy for non-gluten-free)
1 Tbsp Agave
1 Cup Ketchup
3/4 Cup Freshly Chopped Tomatoes
1/2 Cup Filtered Water
4 Gluten-Free Buns (favorite or homemade)
Homemade Italian Spiced Sausages are pan fried with onions and bell peppers served alongside mini roasted potatoes and asparagus for a bright and healthy meal this spring. We enjoyed this meal as a fine lunch yet it could also make a lovely dinner. What's nice is it is pretty easy to toss together, while the sausage, peppers and onions cook you can bake the potatoes and asparagus, then serve it all together steaming hot.
Serves 2 - Doubles Well
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