It's almost the end of Advent, which means it's time for many people to stock up on Christmas snacks and ingredients.
Whatever way you choose to celebrate the holiday season, it's a unique time to create and share excellent cuisine with friends and family
In recent years, an increasing number of people have stated that they intend to consume more plant-based cuisine during the holidays.
Seitan (or vital wheat gluten) makes this vegan beef roast thick, beefy, and protein-rich. This recipe requires more time to prepare and cook because the beef is homemade. Carleigh Bodrug (AKA Plantyou) suggests cooking the meal a week ahead because it can last that long.
Traditional British Wellingtons have pastry-wrapped meat. Romy London's vegan version uses lentils and mushrooms for a hearty, nutritious filling, and the puff pastry may be gluten-free. Many private label ready-to-roll and pre-rolled pastries are vegan, but you can create it yourself.
Traditional British Wellingtons have pastry-wrapped meat. Romy London's vegan version uses lentils and mushrooms for a hearty, nutritious filling, and the puff pastry may be gluten-free.
When cooked properly, aubergine is versatile and chewy like meat. It's nutritious in fiber, potassium, vitamin C, and B-6. Herbs, spices, red wine, and tamari make Romy London's aubergine steak a flavorful entrée, ideally served with brandy peppercorn sauce.
This hearty kale, white bean, and pasta soup is full of vegetables. Mashing beans gives soup body and smoothness without cream. To accompany this delectable vegetarian soup, serve crusty whole-grain bread.
Healthy Living James shares his lentil Wellington, a simple winter warmer for any occasion. A pastry-wrapped main dish with lentils, mushrooms, and chestnuts tastes like Christmas. (This can be made ahead and stored for a few days. It reheats in 15-20 minutes in the oven.
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