This week, we feature Adam Merrin and Ryan Alvarez, the fantastic duo behind the blog Husbands That Cook! They are two husbands cooking together in a small kitchen in a house on a hill in Eagle Rock, California sharing recipes, stories, and traveling the world. It all started back in 2015 when Ryan told Adam about his idea to start a cooking blog during the first week of January, and Adam said he wanted to do it with him! Since then, they have accumulated a massive audience and share their recipes worldwide. You will find a variety of delicious meals, from quick and easy to international-inspired, with plenty of vegan options!

We went through the Food Monster App and showcased 15 of Adam and Ryan’s amazing recipes! Check them out!

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1. Stir-Fry Veggie Lettuce Wraps With Ginger-Garlic Tofu 
Vegan Stir-Fry Veggie Lettuce Wraps With Ginger-Garlic Tofu

These Stir-Fry Veggie Lettuce Wraps With Ginger-Garlic Tofu are almost too good to be true. Once sautéed in flavorful ginger garlic sauce, the veggies are mixed with small bits of spicy tofu cooked in soy sauce, more ginger and garlic, red pepper flakes, and sesame oil. This savory, sweet, and spicy mixture is then added to crisp cups of lettuce, creating an Asian-inspired taco that is tangy and deliciously unexpected.

2. Blackberry Peach Cobbler With Ginger Spice Biscuits
Vegan Blackberry Peach Cobbler With Ginger Spice Biscuits

Made with plump blackberries, fresh peaches, a sweet vanilla bean, and a splash of lemon juice, this Blackberry Peach Cobbler With Ginger Spice Biscuits uses both brown and white sugar for extra flavor. Topped with warm and tender ginger-spice biscuits and a scoop of vanilla ice cream—of course—this dreamy end-of-summer treat with hints of cinnamon is true heaven in a skillet.

3. Cinnamon-Sugar Monkey Bread
Vegan Cinnamon-Sugar Monkey Bread

This Cinnamon-Sugar Monkey Bread is the easiest type of cinnamon bun you will ever make. You simply stir the dough together in a bowl, let it rise, place it in the skillet, let it rise again, then bake it in the oven. And the recipe is a sensory overload—the soft feel of the dough in your hands, the cinnamon-sugar aroma that transforms your house into a French bakery, and the crispy-tender texture which is truly magical: watch how quickly they disappear before your very eyes!

4. Grilled Cauliflower Doner Wraps
Vegan Grilled Cauliflower Doner Wraps

These tasty Grilled Cauliflower Doner Wraps are a fireworks display for your mouth. They are fun to make, quick to assemble, and perfect for all your summer entertaining needs. Here, thick cauliflower “steaks” are brushed with Turkish marinade, an intensely flavored Mediterranean sauce made with an exotic blend of garlic, tomatoes, cumin, and middle-eastern spices.

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5. Sparkling Dragon Fruit Margarita 
Vegan Sparkling Dragon Fruit Margarita

Summer will be pretty in pink with this refreshing drink. These Sparkling Dragon Fruit Margaritas aren’t just beautiful, they are delicious, too. Made with pink dragon fruit purée, freshly-squeezed lime juice, silver tequila, triple sec, and simple syrup, a splash of club soda is added to sparkle things up. Making this cocktail without the dragon fruit won’t change the flavor, it just won’t have the alluring neon pink glow.

6. Roasted Vegetable Rainbow Hummus 
Vegan Roasted Vegetable Rainbow Hummus

We’ve all been seeing rainbow desserts popping everywhere this spring, but how about a savory dish with all the colors of the rainbow? Meet this Roasted Vegetable Rainbow Hummus. Not only does this creamy hummus contain all the colors of the rainbow, this recipe gives you six different flavors of hummus and each one is more delicious than the last. From a smoky purple chipotle to the yellow turmeric hummus, these dips are guaranteed to impress whoever tastes (or sees) them.

7. Zaru Soba: Japanese Cold Buckwheat Noodles
Vegan Zaru Soba: Japanese Cold Buckwheat Noodles

Zaru Soba, or cold soba noodles, is a Japanese dish of cold buckwheat noodles served on a bamboo tray called a zaru with a savory sauce called soba tsayu and sides like pickled ginger, scallions, and sesame seeds. This light Japanese dish is the perfect midweek dinner. The noodles cook in just five minutes and the three-ingredient soba tsayu can be made a week in advance. For those warm days when you don’t feel like doing much cooking, this traditional meal comes together in no time at all. With swirls of soba and a satisfying savory sauce, sipping some smooth sake on the side would certainly be a stimulating supper at sundown.

8. Vegetable Tteokbokki: Korean Spicy Rice Cakes 
Vegan Vegetable Tteokbokki: Korean Spicy Rice Cakes

If you are looking for something with at little heat, this is the perfect recipe. Tteokbokki is a Korean dish traditionally made with rice cakes, fish cakes, and a sweet, spicy, thick sauce. However, this version cuts out the fish cakes and covers the rice cakes in a rich, sweet, spicy, red miso sauce. These chewy rice cakes and bold, fiery sauce make this dish a perfect meal for cold weather.

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9. Tostones With Spicy Mango Salsa 
Vegan Tostones With Spicy Mango Salsa

Transport yourself to a tropical paradise with Tostones With Spicy Mango Salsa. Diced juicy mangoes are tossed with chopped bell pepper, red onion, and fiery slices of jalapeño, which mingle with cool cubes of cucumber and creamy avocado. Topped with freshly-squeezed lime juice and handfuls of fragrant cilantro, this simple, sweet, and spicy blend is the perfect topping for the hot and crunchy plantain bites known as tostones. Tender, golden, and delicious, tostones are a popular dish traditionally served throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, and while typically served as a side with dinner, they also make an ideal appetizer for parties! Savory, salty, and topped with the fresh spicy mango salsa, this addictive treat will be the hit of your next fiesta!

10. Spicy Garlic Edamame 
Vegan Spicy Garlic Edamame

If you are a fan of garlic, then you are going to be obsessed with this Spicy Garlic Edamame. The salty edamame is tossed in into a hot pan with seared garlic, spicy chili oil, and a splash of tamari to give it a little extra salt. This fiery snack is dangerously addictive – you have been warned.

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11. Broccamole 
Vegan Broccamole

Guacamole plus broccoli equals Broccamole. Creamy avocados are mashed with chopped red onions and minced jalapeño peppers. Adding both lemon and lime juice is our citrus secret, and tossing it with steamed broccoli that has been slightly pulsed in the food processor turns an already delicious guacamole into even more delicious broccamole. Garnish with fresh cilantro and grab a bag of chips: after one bite of broccamole, everyone is going to be wishing for their own avocado tree.

12. Fluffy Lemon Waffles
Vegan Fluffy Lemon Waffles

Crispy golden waffles made with freshly squeezed lemon juice and zest to make an intensely satisfying breakfast which just so happens to be vegan. With subtle hints of vanilla and lightly dusted with powdered sugar, these wonderful Fluffy Lemon Waffles are here to wow your weekend.

13. The Crispiest Tofu
Vegan The Crispiest Tofu

These Crispy Tofu Bites are so crunchy, you might need earplugs to eat them! The possibilities are endless. Add them to a salad, include them in a sandwich, try them in spring rolls, experience them in tacos, or devour them à la carte as a tasty snack. Irresistibly crispy and crunchy, tangy and spicy, and with a tender and almost creamy interior, these addictive bites will convert even the most staunch tofu skeptic into a faithful devotee, proving just how far this versatile, unassuming white block can go…

14. Greek Spinach and Orzo Soup 
Vegan Greek Spinach and Orzo Soup

This healthy Greek Spinach and Orzo Soup is warm, soothing, and makes a delicious dinner that is tangy and bursting with lemon flavor. It is pleasantly and lightly filling, and ideal for when you need a break from rich, hearty dishes and indulgent sweets. This colorful Mediterranean recipe is so simple to prepare

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15. Asparagus Risotto With Lemongrass and Thai Basil 
Vegan Asparagus Risotto With Lemongrass and Thai Basil

This creamy Asparagus Risotto With Lemongrass and Thai Basil highlights this healthy winter vegetable in the most flavorful way possible: sautéed asparagus tips are cooked separately until golden and crispy while the remainder is sliced and cooked gently with Thai basil, fresh mint leaves, loads of shallots and seasoned with chopped garlic and a spicy serrano pepper for heat. The risotto is simmered with a fragrant homemade broth filled with fresh lemongrass, ginger, crushed garlic, and soy sauce.

Be sure to check out Adam and Ryan’s page for more of their fantastic recipes! Also be sure to check out their blog, Instagram, and Pinterest! You can find their recipes also on our app, Food Monster. With over 10,000 recipes right in the palm of your hand, you’ll always have something delicious and new to try. It’s available for both Android and iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. Full of allergy-friendly recipes, subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!

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