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1. Roasted Acorn Squash, Sage, and Pecan Sauce with Rice Noodles
Source: Roasted Acorn Squash, Sage, and Pecan Sauce with Rice Noodles
This amazing roasted acorn squash, sage and pecan sauce with rice noodles from Teri Macovei is buttery and nutty, slightly salty and sweet, and very tasty. It’s an irresistibly comforting dish that’s made in just over 30 minutes.
2. Baked Deluxe Potatoes With Mayo Sauce
Source: Baked Deluxe Potatoes With Mayo Sauce
Luxury potatoes are a delicious alternative to French fries. They are cut into wedges and cooked with aromatic herbs until crisp. These baked deluxe potatoes with mayo sauce from Yana Chistyakova are a lot healthier than fries you’d get at a drive-thru because they’re cooked in the oven. They are also full of flavor and aroma! You can serve the Deluxe potato wedges with the Vegan Deluxe sauce which is made with homemade vegan mayonnaise (but you can also just buy some in the store), tofu and spices. These homemade potato wedges are the perfect side dish or snack! You must try them!
3. Eggplant And Pepper Caponata
Source: Eggplant and Bell Pepper Caponata
Caponata, a vegetable dish consisting of eggplant and bell pepper, is very easy to make as you just chop everything up, put it in the pan step by step and let it boil. You get this creamy richness from the aubergine, a slight sweetness from the peppers, salt from the capers and a ton of freshness from all the spices! It really is a delicious and simple dish that anyone can make… Yes, anyone! This Aubergine and Bell Pepper Caponata from Kristen Genton is completely customizable, so feel free to experiment with your own additions — some people add sweet vinegar, olives, or beans, and sometimes sugar to offset the tartness of the vinegar and capers. However you want to eat it, it will be delicious.
4. Cheesy Tofu Scramble Crescent Rolls
Source: Cheesy Tofu Scramble Crescent Rolls
The comforting smell of freshly baked sickle buns on a Sunday morning. These Cheesy Tofu Scramble Crescent Rolls from Jeunesse Pouchet and a hot cup of coffee or tea are all you need for a delicious, easy morning.
5. Sweet Potato Macro Bowl
Source: Sweet Potato Macro Bowl
This Sweet Potato Macro Bowl from Annie Kimmelman has the perfect balance of carbohydrates, fat and protein and is packed with micronutrients. If you’re not a fan of sweet potatoes, feel free to swap it out for other starchy carbs like purple potatoes, plain white potatoes, extra brown rice, unrefined pasta, or whatever carbs you like!
6. BBQ Ribs
Source: BBQ Ribs
These BBQ Ribs from Maggie Jonckheere are vegan, gluten-free and healthy. They’re also chewy, so you’ll get a similar experience to eating non-vegan ribs!
7. Loaded BBQ Pulled Jackfruit Nachos
Source: Loaded BBQ Pulled Jackfruit Nachos
Here’s a snack that will disappear in an instant. This awesome plate is made from layers of tortilla chips, topped with BBQ jackfruit, black beans, chopped tomatoes, sliced green onions, and pickled jalapeños. Then it is drizzled with creamy cashew nacho cheese sauce. Loaded BBQ Pulled Jackfruit Nachos from Rachael Hutchings are then oven baked to warm and topped with ripe avocado, tomatoes and fresh herbs.
8. Winter Avocado Toast With Cheezy Pumpkin Seed Sprinkle
Source: Winter Avocado Toast With Cheezy Pumpkin Seed Sprinkle
You could easily spread avocado on some toast, give it a sprinkle of salt and be on your way. But it’s nice to make something as seemingly mundane as toast a little special. Not only do the watermelon radishes provide a bit of brightness during the day, they also have such a sweet taste – perfect for the morning. Cilantro made the cut for its clarity and wonderful blood purifying properties. Everything is topped off with a cheezy toasted pepita sprinkle that’s delicious on just about anything you add it to, except maybe ice cream. Try this Winter Avocado Toast with Cheezy Pumpkin Seed Sprinkle from Courtney West!
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