The secret to these Grilled Veggie Skewers is the tangy marinade, which consists of fresh garlic and basil, sweet maple syrup, and the zing of Dijon mustard and low-sodium tamari sauce. Our recipe uses colorful bell peppers, red onion, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms and zucchini, but many other vegetables work well too. Make sure to prepare at least 2 hours before grilling time as refrigeration helps seal in the flavors of the marinade.
The prep time in this recipe for Grilled Portobello Mushrooms may intimidate you. However, keep in mind that it only takes five minutes of active work and then three hours of refrigeration to allow the sweet and smoky marinade to infuse the Portobello mushrooms. After that, you are just about 10 grilling minutes away from a flavorful plant-based side, perfect for your next summer cookout.
You will never believe how easy it is to make your own healthful and flavorful oil-free Homemade Hummus! We include instructions for Classic Hummus, but also five variations including Harrisa and Mint Hummus, Artichoke and Rosemary Hummus, Spicy Hummus, Sweet Potato Hummus, and Sun-Dried Tomato Hummus. Try them as a dip for vegetables and whole wheat crackers, or use your favorite as a spread on our Hummus Veggie Wrap.
It is time to invite sweet potatoes to your breakfast table with our mouth-watering Sweet Potato Hash. This recipe uses all plant-based ingredients, including sweet potatoes, roasted garlic, onion, green pepper and jalapeño, then kicked up with a combination of Italian seasoning and freshly ground black pepper. The mix of sweet and heat is sure to wake up your taste buds in the morning.
Potatoes, onion and red pepper are pampered with a fragrant variety of herbs and spices, including parsley, granulated garlic, chili powder, dill and smoked paprika, then tossed in the oven where they roast to a perfect golden brown. This plant-based recipe is called Roasted Breakfast Potatoes, but they have a wonderful flavor and can be enjoyed with any meal.
This recipe for Potato Latkes teaches you how to make a more healthful version of this traditional Jewish fare. Shredded potatoes and onions are combined with matzoh meal, corn starch and freshly ground black pepper, but the real treat is that these latkes are cooked on a non-stick griddle with no oil. Serve warm along with sour cream or applesauce; we have included simple plant-based recipes for these too.
Add a delicious plant-based side to your holiday meal! This recipe includes roasted cauliflower and chestnuts that bake for 25 minutes while you whip up a savory stuffing-like sauce on the stove top. Simply toss to combine and you have made a fulfilling and tasty dish that is perfect for special occasions with the family.
Our Corn Soufflé will be the side dish everyone is talking about at your next special dinner gathering. Fresh corn adds a natural sweetness that can be enhanced with a spoon of apricot jelly on top after cooled…or you can make it even more savory by adding sliced black olives to the batter. Prepared using all plant-based ingredients, this healthful recipe is light and airy yet substantial and satisfying.
With each season comes a new array of fresh fruits, vegetables and nuts. This plant-based dish celebrates the food and flavors of autumn. Acorn squash and Brussels sprouts take starring roles, complemented by other seasonal favorites like dates and pecans, then brought to life with fall flavors of cinnamon and nutmeg. This recipe is simple to prepare and will be a comforting side dish for your next family get-together.