Your go-to recipes
Posted by WallysButton at 07/30/2013
So, I'm a vegan, but my husband is not. And I have a one-year-old and a full-time job, which means I'm almost always short on time. And since my husband is not vegan, I'm usually either cooking something just for me or cooking something that can be easily adapted for both of us...
So here's my question... what are your go-to meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner)?
DC1346 at 07/30/2013 16:18:44
I haven't yet completed a cookbook on vegan breakfast foods but for breakfast, you could make pancakes using soy milk instead of regular milk, fructose instead of sugar, and ground flax seeds in lieu of eggs. The batter should have the same thickness of a real pancake batter. Serve the pancakes with real maple syrup.
If you haven't tried vegg, this is an egg yolk simulator. The package includes a recipe for French toast - although it should be noted that this recipe is in bulk and will need to be cut down to produce a smaller amount.
Lunch and Dinner:
For the sake of convenience, I recommend the use of Augason Farms vegetarian taco meat, chicken, and beef. You can buy 2 lb. plus containers at Wal-Mart. Look for these products in the canning section that's adjacent to kitchen wares. Recipes are included on the labels. My favorite version is the sloppy joe made with the taco meat. You can also use the taco meat to produce spaghetti. Simply pair this product with your favorite vegan Marinara sauce. Add some vegan beef bouillon and Vegemite to the sauce to give that rich "beefy" flavor.
I would also wholeheartedly recommend the use of Butler Soy Curls. This is an unseasoned dried tofu product. You rehydrate it by combining 1 part of Butler Soy Curls with 3 parts of a flavorful vegan broth. Once this product is rehydrated, it can be used to make a stir fry, curry, or stew. Cool this product and pair it with vegan mayonnaise to make a chicken salad.
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bbeckums at 07/31/2013 09:06:24
bbeckums at 07/31/2013 09:11:42
grilled cheeses are another quick and easy lunch meal, especially now that daiya makes slices :)
DC1346 at 07/31/2013 17:14:00
Soup is easily made using vegan beef or chicken bouillon. Add in carrots, onions, and red or yellow miso. Once the soup is made, you can also add in chopped leafy greens and pasta or bean curd.
BunnyLuv at 07/31/2013 20:07:51
Lunch - For a quick lunch Amy's frozen entree's.
Chickpea Taco's is always my go to.
Drain a can of chickpea's, sauté, add sliced roasted red peppers (jarred), a handful of frozen corn, a fresh tomato diced and taco seasoning to taste. Cook until heated though.
Toast up some corn tortilla's and you have dinner.
kuddy831 at 08/01/2013 07:35:12
Redheaded Vegan at 09/11/2013 19:36:28
Raesock at 09/12/2013 09:29:14
I've made this black bean sweet potato soup for get togethers with non vegans and they always love it!: jenloveskev.com/2011/09/20/last-nights-dinner-09-20-11/
Chili with sweet potato and brussel sprouts : www.theppk.com/2008/11/chipotle-chili-with-sweet-potatoes-and-brussel-sprouts/
best vegan mac and cheese I've tried yet : ohdeardrea.blogspot.com/2010/12/food-post.html
garden corn chowder: www.theppk.com/2013/06/garden-corn-chowder-with-basil-chives/
we've made this probably 10 times this summer! it is SO GOOD!