I know you didn’t need any more reasons to love avocado toasts but here is a good one: The great umami taste of miso, combined with the flavor combination of tomatoes, garlic and parsley makes the avocado toast all the more irresistible. This just takes things to another level. Read more for the full recipe.
A versatile and delicious vegan French toast based on garbanzo bean flour. This has basically become our go-to weekend breakfast when we feel like treating ourselves. Since the toast itself is not sweet, it goes so well with both sweet and savory toppings. So enjoy with fruits, maple syrup drizzle, jams or go with your favorite plant cheese. You can also keep the leftovers (if any) in the fridge and warm up later, it will still be good.
This incredibly easy plant cheese recipe features a wonderfully rich cheese flavor complemented perfectly by the sweet and aromatic pimiento pepper. Definitely one of my favorite cheeses now. Here is the full recipe:
Super easy vegan calamari 😋made with trumpet mushrooms! This was simply amazing, I never thought it would be so easy to catch that calamari feeling but it totally works. The inspiration came with a visit to our farmers market and seeing all the different varieties of mushrooms. The trumpet mushroom has an awesome meaty texture that works so well to match that of calamari. The recipe is below:
This vegan cheddar cheese is truly a game changer. After countless tries at cheese-making, I am so happy with how this one turned out. It is quite rich and have that cultured flavor alongside a texture that is spreadable but still with some structure. Made with all the good stuff, you will appreciate a wholesome plant-based cheese alternative that also loads you up on probiotics. I have been using it successfully on pizza, toasts, mac&cheese sauce or many other dishes that could use the cheesy goodness. It takes some prep time and a little aging time to culture it but the process is super simple and consistent. See the full recipe below.
A 5 minute, 4 ingredient, easy and delightful plant-based mascarpone. It works great as a bagel spread (think lox, with red bell pepper “salmon”), as a topping over muffins, desserts, fruits or smoothies, over gram crackers, or even as a cream base for soups. With such simplicity and versatility, I highly recommend you give it a try. Here is the recipe:
Homemade gluten-free, high-protein crackers that are as delicious as they are easy to make. This is snacking at it’s best. Keep some of these in your pantry and enjoy stand alone, with soups, dips or plant cheeses. Here is the recipe:
I always try to keep a delicious and healthy treat in the freezer to ward off dessert cravings, so I am quite fond of super easy, no-bake recipes like this. These delicious little ones have a lot going for them. I love the taste and crunch of the hazelnuts, the chocolatey goodness and the fact that it comes loaded with protein. Treat it as a protein bar, or an energy bar, or simply as a special treat for me time. The recipe is below.
Red bell peppers, peeled and marinated, with a flavor and texture reminiscent of smoked salmon. Of course it is not a 1 to 1 imitation of salmon that would pass as one in blind taste tests, that’s not the intention. But rather it functions as one as a wonderful toast topping, sushi or sashimi component, or a stand alone appetizer.
Nowadays, I am totally into experimenting with marination, fermentation, and playing with textures to manipulate the ingredients into developing deeper flavors and invoking different senses. Removal of the bell pepper skin makes it more flesh like and reduces the pepper crunch. And it also allows the pepper to be infused better with marination. The sweet and spicy taste of the red pepper is well complemented by the deeply umami miso and the smoke. With the light cooking in the end, the result is an intense and colorful flavor profile that lights up the taste buds.
The recipe, along with a video description is below:
Super easy vegan cornbread from scratch with a few ingredients, 15 minutes of prep, 25 minutes of baking an instant foodgasm! I love the fluffy texture inside with a beautiful crust on the outside, and the mildly sweet and earthy taste. This simple homemade cornbread has been accompanying my meals for the last two days and I still haven’t had nearly enough of it 🙂 The second batch is to baked as soon as the munch down the last crumbles of the first one. The recipe is below: