Vegan Three Bean Chili — this ultimate one-pot comfort meal made in Instant Pot is just what you need to warm you up as the weather drops!
Loaded with veggies, homemade quinoa-broccoli burger patties, and a flavorful dressing, these burger bowls are the perfect alternative to regular burgers! They’re light, low-carb, and the easiest filling meal to throw together!
Quinoa Stir Fry – Whip up this quick, vegan, Asian-inspired weeknight dinner that’s packed with fresh veggies and tons of flavor! We’re not always motivated to make an elaborate meal, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be delicious and nutritious!
Crisped to golden brown perfection and coated in a delicious sauce, this sweet, sour, and fiery tofu is here to satisfy all your spicy cravings! Paired with tender broccoli and fluffy jasmine rice, weeknight stir-frys have never been this easy!
Coconut Sabudana bowl with lightly seasoned roasted potatoes, cilantro mint raita and a side of fresh fruits is a perfect combination to try this Navaratri. This nutritious meal is a popular fasting choice when you don’t want to eat grains like rice and flour.
With sesame-ginger tofu, spicy edamame, and pickled ginger, this Hawaiian Tofu Poke Bowl is a total game changer! Requiring no cooking whatsoever, taste the tropical flavors of Hawaii with this super simple recipe!
Tandoori Paneer Bowl – there’s nothing like the comfort of tender paneer in a classic makhani sauce. This super simple version served on a bed of rice is sure to be a hit even with your kids!
This healthy Mediterranean Buddha Bowl with roasted cauliflower, falafels, hummus, beetroot tahini and a medley of vegetables is served with quinoa brown rice. Packed full of flavors, this is an easy to make recipe for a nutritious meal!
This vegan Golden Turmeric Citrus Ramen features miso paste, fresh turmeric root, lemon zest and cilantro infusion. Ladled over rice noodles with a medley of vegetables and tofu, it’s a hearty, warming meal that’s perfect for the colder weather!
This Indian-inspired cracked wheat dish features local vegetables, incorporated into a nutty, toasted cracked wheat. Seasoned with turmeric, red chili powder, and chaat masala, the bold spice of the flavor works perfectly as breakfast or lunch on a cold morning. Served with chickpea salad in cilantro vinaigrette and a glass of buttermilk, this new twist to the Indian classic creates a perfect harmony between traditional and modern. Growing up in a kitchen where the clanking of copper pots and the earthy smell of clay vessels was a daily occurrence, I became accustomed to the sizzle of Indian spices as they combined with hearty cracked wheat. A dish like this was a staple in my mom’s kitchen, being passed down through the generations of her family, but each time arriving with a new alteration. Perfect for winter mornings or for lunch on a brisk day, I enjoyed the warmth of this delectable grain against the cool refreshment of yogurt or a glass of my grandma’s buttermilk. Being all too close to this meal and having a …