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1. Adobo Garlic Fries
Source: Adobo Garlic Fries
In just one bite of these Adobo Garlic Fries by Desiree Rodriguez you can taste the freshness of the potato and the zesty flavor of the adobo and garlic combination. The mix of spices that make up the adobo used on these fries –cumin, black pepper, oregano, garlic powder, onion powder and turmeric are so powerful that the smell of all of them together will make your mouth water.
2. Whole Food Nachos With Mockamole Green Dip
Source: Whole Food Nachos With Mockamole Green Dip
Quick, easy, oat-based vegan nachos! They’re made in a frying pan, but would probably be just as easy to cook in the oven for even crunchier results. The Whole Food Nachos With Mockamole Green Dip by Agnes Potier-Murphy given here is for plain nachos, but they would also be great if they were spruced up a bit: think garlic powder, paprika, chili, cumin, etc. If they get a bit soft, just crisp them back up for a few minutes in a pan or in the oven.
3. Grilled Vegetables with Balsamic and Basil
Source: Grilled Vegetables with Balsamic and Basil
Indulge in this quick, easy and healthy recipe! You must try out this Grilled Vegetables with Balsamic and Basil by Daniela Modesto.
4. Asian Sesame Noodle Salad
Source: Asian Sesame Noodle Salad
This Asian Sesame Noodle Salad by Stephanie McKinnie is wonderful served as a meal or side dish. Sesame oil and rice wine vinegar have got to be one of the most harmonious combinations ever! You can serve it cold or room temperature thus making it the perfect dish to bring to a party or potluck.
5. Oil-Free Baked Tofu
Source: Oil-Free Baked Tofu
You are going to love this Oil-Free Baked Tofu by Marina Yanay-Triner! It is crispy, healthy, nutritious, and so delicious even without using tons of added oil, like most baked tofu recipes tend to.
6. Whole Roasted Cauliflower (Gobi Musallam) with Vegan Makhani Sauce
Source: Whole Roasted Cauliflower (Gobi Musallam) with Vegan Makhani Sauce
This Whole Roasted Cauliflower (Gobi Musallam) with Vegan Makhani Sauce by Helyn Dunn a beautiful and flavorful plant-based dish! Gobi Musallam is a delicious north Indian version of whole roasted cauliflower that makes such a lovely presentation and is ultra delicious! Gobi is Hindi for cauliflower and musallam is a Mughal word meaning “whole.” The makhani sauce is similar to what you would find in the traditional Butter Chicken on so many Indian restaurant menus.
7. Pink Hummus
Source: Pink Hummus
Because of their color, black eyed peas make a perfect base for this Pink Hummus by Lena Novak. They also taste delicious! However, you can also use Navy beans or chickpeas and it will be just fine. Then just make hummus as usual, adding in a roasted red beet to get that beautiful pink color. Pink hummus is so easy and makes eating lunch so much more fun!
8. Eggplant ‘Meatballs’
Source: Eggplant ‘Meatballs’
For a vegan option, these eggplant meatballs use sweet potato or carrot puree (you can buy a jar of baby food in a pinch), instead of using egg. The texture is a bit delicate; you’ll especially love them when they break up into a marinara sauce for a Bolognese effect. This Eggplant ‘Meatballs’ by Umami Bomb, Raquel Pelzel is perfect for your weeknight meal plan!
9. Raw Carrot-Orange Cupcakes With Coconut Cream
Source: Raw Carrot-Orange Cupcakes With Coconut Cream
These Raw Carrot-Orange Cupcakes With Coconut Cream by Adam Graczynski are a burst of fresh, citrusy goodness that is perfect for spring! The “cupcake” is made from sweet, sticky dates, orange, warm spices, coconut, and carrot and they’re topped with whipped coconut cream.
10. Hot Dog With Apple Mustard Compote and Vanilla Pickled Onion
Source: Hot Dog With Apple Mustard Compote and Vanilla Pickled Onion
The stars of the show are these toppings on this Hot Dog With Apple Mustard Compote and Vanilla Pickled Onion by Trine Rask. These are creative, zingy, tangy, and all the other descriptive words that you’d want on your hot dog. They’re beyond easy to make and bring that hot dog from casual to gourmet the minute you slab this stuff on them. Got some extra veggie dogs lying around that you don’t know what to do with? Get creative with the condiments!
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