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.
This one-pot recipe for Mediterranean Couscous is packed with fresh vegetables that give it a vibrant look and a zesty taste! It is a plant-based meal that will certainly bring your family to the table.
Make your own plant-based corn fritters at home! This recipe captures the yummy sweetness of corn with the kick of shallots, chives and garlic. Using medium heat and a watchful eye, you can get the crunch you love without any added oil. Enjoy!
Chef Stefen Janke’s Miso Cashew Cream Sauce is a simple and versatile recipe to add to your repertoire. Start with your favorite nut milk (or make your own with our wonderful recipe, linked below!) and then blend with cashews and light miso paste until creamy. You can use it as a ‘sour cream’ topping in soup, chili, stew and other dishes, as a ‘mayonnaise’ for sandwiches, or you can even amp up the flavor by blending in additional herbs (like this basil puree!)