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Here are 300 easy, fast and inexpensive recipes that use ready-made vegan preparations, such as tofu sausages, smoked tofu, seitan, tempeh, soy steaks, vegan cheeses, and dairy-free yogurt as well as regular storecupboard staples like tins of chick peas or beans, lentils, pasta, rice, quinoa, couscous, gnocchi, miso and frozen vegetables. The authors of the highly acclaimed and widely reviewed Aquafaba, are back, and this time, it is the time-poor urban dweller who will benefit from their culinary creativity. This book is designed for `urban vegans'. Why? Because there are noticeable differences in access to food according to where we live. In big cities like London, Paris or New York, you can find every possible vegan ingredient, and endless products imported from exotic countries. On the other hand, since there is rarely local production, it can often be very hard to find top-quality super-fresh fruits and vegetables. You may be surprised to find that almost all the vegetables and herbs used in this book are frozen. The first obvious advantage to using frozen is it's time saving! No cleaning, no peeling, no cutting - and available in small quantities, without waste. The second advantage is having on hand the basics for an instant meal. So the aim of this book is to provide recipes for real cooking every day using mainly products that are easily found in local neighbourhood shops and supermarkets. The idea is to use what you have on hand, stored in your kitchen cupboards or at the bottom of the fridge. You are always ready to go!
From the bestselling author of Vegan in 7. Rita Serano is a hugely popular food blogger known for her irresistible vegan recipes. A perfect companion for busy lives, Vegan for Good contains a range of multi-functional dishes to ensure vegan meals are easy to make every day. Whether it's cooking a hassle-free weeknight supper, preparing a quick work lunch for the day ahead or treating yourself to a relaxed weekend brunch, this book has it covered. Chapters are split into Weekends, Weekends, No Time At All and Sweet Celebrations, with recipes ranging from a warming Sweet Potato and Peanut Soup to a smooth Raspberry and Coconut Cheesecake to share with friends. Packed full of flavour, colour and style, Vegan for Good has something for everyone, whether you need to whip up a 10-minute meal or spend an hour or two on a Sunday prepping for the week ahead. With Rita's friendly guidance and delicious recipes, learn how to create easy, wholesome vegan masterpieces every day.
Sweet Chilli Friday is the debut cook book from six working mothers who get together once a month to share recipes at their cooking club, Peppercorn Passion. With more than 60 vegetarian dishes in all, the flavours are drawn from all over the world, from Italian-inspired aubergine crostinis to Burmese street food, as well as eirio (Kenyan vegetable mash), pinwheel samosas and blueberry chia puddings. The group started when two old school friends, Sangita Manek and Sheetal Mistry, were discussing how they both always made the same five dishes over and over again and their families were getting bored. So what if they swapped recipes? Before long there were four more friends in the mix, Alpa Lakhani, Anjana Natalia, Sonia Sapra and Deepa Jaitha, and the Peppercorn Passion cooking club was born. Sweet Chilli Friday is a collection of the recipes they have shared over the years; all are vegetarian, and the headline rule is to keep it simple. All are busy working mothers so these dishes are easy enough for most people to make at home on a midweek night for the whole family. They use ingredients most people will already have in the store cupboards and they taste great too.
This is more than just another recipe book. It celebrates food and asks us to experience the magic of preparing it. It introduces us to the possibility of making cooking and eating an exquisite, meditative, occasion - an antidote to our fast food junk culture. Ultimately, our enjoyment of things depends on the quality of attention we give them. Cooking and eating are no exception. To help you do this, the 'Zenecdotes' accompanying the moody pictures in this book will put a Buddha smile on your face as you wait for the bread to rise...
"The Vegan Table leaves nothing to be desired--Colleen Patrick-Goudreau is the Martha Stewart of the movement "--Rory Freedman, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Skinny Bitch
"It's delightful, it's delicious, it's a de-lovely book "--Sarah Kramer, author of How It All Vegan (GoVegan.net)
"Within minutes of reading The Vegan Table, I was in my kitchen making one of Colleen's favorite recipes. My wife was amazed. This is a wonderful book that you will want to give to all your vegan and non-vegan friends "--Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, bestselling author of When Elephants Weep and The Face on Your Plate: The Truth About Food
Entertain in Style--Vegan Style
The Vegan Table is your one-stop source for creating the perfect meal for your friends and family. Whether you're hosting an intimate gathering of friends or a large party with an open guest list, author Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, crowned the "Vegan Martha Stewart" by VegNews magazine, will answer your every entertaining need.
Inside you'll be treated to practically limitless recipe and menu ideas, making it easy to satisfy any and all palates and preferences. From romantic meals for two to formal dinners, casual gatherings, children's parties, and holiday feasts, you can keep the party going through every occasion and season.
--Roasted Red Pepper, Artichoke, and Pesto Sandwiches
--Creamy Macaroni and Cashew Cheese
--Elegantly Simple Stuffed Bell Peppers
--Pasta Primavera with Fresh Veggies and Herbs
--Tempeh and Eggplant Pot Pies
--African Sweet Potato and Peanut Stew
--Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Apples and Onions
--Spring Rolls with Peanut Dipping Sauce
--South of the Border Pizza
--Tofu Spinach Lasagna
--Blackberry Pecan Crisp
--Flourless Chocolate Tart
--Red Velvet Cake with Buttercream Frosting
Celebrate the joy of plant-based cuisine with The Vegan Table, your ultimate at-home dining and entertaining guide.
Balancing your diet by consuming animal protein is straightforward - a chicken breast, fillet of salmon or lamb chop are nearly pure protein - but there is very little that offers the vegetarian, vegan - or flexitarian - that ease. In Plant Power, Annie Bell shows you how to source plant proteins from high-quality unrefined whole foods. She explains which foods contain protein and the simplest and most delicious ways to include a broad range in your diet to ensure that you optimise your protein consumption with no need for expensive supplements or 'fake' meats. Recipes include Three Seed Porridge with Berries for breakfast, Spicy Lentil Baked Eggs for a power brunch, a nourishing Spring Root and Farro Salad for lunch on the go and Halloumi and Pine Nut Burgers for a satisfying supper. With comfort food like Spaghetti Carbonara and bowls of energy such as Cauliflower Dhal with Coco-Lime Yogurt, Annie shows that good nutrition and good food should always go hand in hand.
Over 80 recipes for vegan BBQ fans! If preparing a meat-free BBQ seems a challenge then look no further than the host of recipes in this gorgeous, mouth-watering collection. The beautifully illustrated recipes include Quinoa and Chickpea Burgers, Portobello Mushroom Paninis, Aubergine Gyros, Grilled Onigiri, Peppered Tofu Steaks, Cauliflower Cutlets, Celeriac Steaks, Zucchini Parcels, Stuffed Peppers, Grilled Onions with Romesco Sauce, Crispy Potato Skins with Guacamole, Braised Radishes in Black Pepper Butter, as well as Dips, Sauces, Salads, Salsas, Pickles, and Breads. These startling original recipe ideas, created for you by the two food blogger and best-selling authors, will surely convince you that not having meat or fish is no hardship when it comes to throwing a successful BBQ. So spread out the picnic blanket, set the table in the garden or on the balcony, it's time to enjoy a perfect al fresco meal with friends and family. In 2016 a survey investigating vegan eating and lifestyle habits - the first of its kind - confirmed that over 500,000 people in the UK are following a vegan diet, making veganism one of Britain's fastest-growing lifestyle movements.
`A cracking cookbook bursting with delicious plant-based recipes' BOSH! `Brett's new book is brill! We've cooked a couple of the recipes and they were absolutely delicious.' The Happy Pear `This is the guy who got me in to vegan food!' Miguel Barclay, One Pound Meals What do Vegans Eat? The mystery is there is no mystery, from comforting Italian dishes to Sunday Roasts and Simple Suppers - vegans can have it all! So, whether you're giving Veganuary a go, cooking for a vegan friend, or simply cutting back on meat and dairy, look no further! Discover what vegans eat: everyday for breakfast, lunch and dinner; on-the-go; with their gang; for special occasions; to feed a crowd; and for treats! This book will also hold your hand as you take your first vegan steps; show you how to stock up on the basics; and teach you quick tricks to ensure you never go hungry even when your cupboards feel bare. Dig in to discover your new go-to dishes, including: Pancake stacks PB&J Soaked Oats Epic Bruschetta Spicy Bean Sub Sandwich Arancini with Arrabiata Sauce Warm Asparagus Salad Italian Flag Lasagne Mexican Pizza White Wine & Pesto Gnocchi Gourmet Gratin Thai Curried Tofu Skewers Oreo Mousse Blueberry and Lemon Drizzle Cake Brett Cobley's (@EpiVegan) mouth-watering recipes - loved by his 60k Instagram followers - celebrate flavour, ingredients, the joy of cooking and, most importantly, eating!
An exciting and beautiful new vegetable book by well-known food writer Sybil Kapoor. The 154 recipes are simple and modern and the book is divided into the four seasons so that readers are encouraged to cook vegetables when they are at their very best and come into season - especially useful if they grow their own. Discover an incredible range of vegetable dishes, both as vegetarian options and as an accompaniment to meat and fish dishes, with this informative and detailed cookbook. Each of the 49 featured vegetables is accompanied by practical information for preparation and culinary notes with options for different ways of cooking. The featured vegetables range from peas and new potatoes through more unusual produce such as scorzonera and borlotti beans. The book is packed with atmospheric photography and contains mouth-watering recipes such as cucumber ice cream, salt-baked celeriac, wild mushroom and barley risotto, sticky blackcurrant shallots and carrot and cardamom cake. This is a timely book to tie in with the current renaissance in vegetable gardening, allotments and community agriculture schemes.
In this new cookbook from the National Trust, nutritionist Josephine Ashby puts together over 100 tasty and healthy dishes that are fuss-free, economical, and quick to make. The book features hearty salads, small plates to share, delicious and filling main meals and colourful, mouth-watering desserts. Whether you are vegetarian or just looking for some alternatives to meat in your diet, this book will get you cooking! Get inspired with recipe suggestions including mushroom and tofu Chinese pancakes or sweet potato bubble and squeak; comforting bowls of lentil and coconut soup or sweetcorn chowder; hearty mains like the courgette, fennel, potato and feta gratin, Red dragon pie, polenta pizza or a creamy cannellini bean `dhal'. And treat yourself to delicious cakes and desserts such as chocolate and cashew pudding or zingy fruit lollies. The recipes have options for vegan or gluten-free versions, so you can adapt to suit. Vegan recipes such as celeriac and pumpkin seed salad with almond mayonnaise and blueberry tart with nut crust are full of flavour. The meals are packed with filling nuts and grains, as well as superfoods such as blueberries and goji berries. Whether you are vegetarian or just looking to find some healthy comforting recipes to try, this book is ideal for all kinds of cooks.
New York Times Bestselling Author. New York Times Bestselling Series. The bestselling slow cooker series of all time. Over 500 recipes for vegetarians. If you'd like to include more meatless dishes in your cooking, this cookbook is for you. If you want to cook confidently for your vegetarian friends or family, Fix-It and Forget-It Vegetarian Cookbook is full of tasty ideas. Here are slow-cooker recipes as well as stove-top and oven recipes in one handy cookbook: Appetizers, Snacks, and Beverages Breakfast and Brunch Breads, Sandwiches, and Pizzas Soups, Stews, and Chilis Pasta Beans and Legumes Grains Vegetables and Fruits Eggs, Dairy, and Cheese Salads Desserts Half of these 500 recipes are for slow cookers. In fact, all of the recipes are easy to prepare and all are made with easy-to-find ingredients. Here are tried and true vegetarian favorites. And you'll discover lots of fresh ideas using familiar ingredients--food we already buy and love, set to new recipes. Not sure how all the parts of a vegetarian meal come together? Flip to the 50 menus to find well-balanced meals and tasty food combinations. Now you can confidently serve a nutritionally complete vegetarian meal for a weekday family supper, or a feast for a special day. Experience how enticing and satisfying vegetarian cooking can be! Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We've been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
More recipes with more veg for more joy.
The 5:2 diet changes lives, by making weight loss simple and sustainable. Now vegetarians, vegans - and anyone wanting to increase their intake of fresh, healthy produce - can see fantastic results with 5:2 Veggie and Vegan, the new plan from bestselling author Kate Harrison. Eating more veggie food is great news for our bodies, our wellbeing and the planet, and this book includes more than 80 simple and delicious fasting day recipes that make cutting down on meat and animal products a pleasure. Kate - a veggie for nearly three decades - offers advice on a healthy, balanced diet, along with inspiring stories from 5:2 dieters, and great meal plans, with dishes from all around the world. This complete guide includes: * How to start and maintain the 5:2 plan and achieve your weight loss and health goals. * Delicious and quick calorie-counted vegetarian and vegan recipes: from satisfying brunches, flavour-filled soups, and fresh salads, to lunchbox specials and dinners you'll want to share. * Easy to follow meal plans to make fast days stress-free. sustainable and exciting. Fuss-free, enjoyable, and packed full of the good stuff, these recipes make it easy to lose weight - for good.
'A total inspiration in my kitchen, this book is an essential read for anyone wanting to put more whole foods, veg and joy into their kitchen.' Anna Jones author of A Modern Way to Eat
My New Roots is packed with more than one hundred simple and mouth-watering vegetarian recipes, including fragrant courgette and coconut noodle soup, homemade ginger ale, comforting chocolate chilli and a decadent chai upside-down plum cake. Whether you're vegetarian or vegan or just want to introduce more plants into your diet, there are so many seasonal options to choose from in this beautiful book.
My New Roots embraces all-natural ingredients - so you can have as much as you want and know that it's good for your body. With options that are free from sugar and gluten, these seasonal, healthy recipes are designed to taste incredible, satisfy your appetite and make you feel fantastic.
Sarah Britton's healthy eating blog My New Roots draws over half a million views a month with her vibrant vegetarian dishes. This beautiful trade paperback edition puts delicious and irresistible whole foods at the centre of every plate.
Vegetarian food is popular all over India, and people are growing to love the fresh, spicy and sweet flavours of authentic Indian cooking. Dan Toombs, The Curry Guy, has been on a quest to learn and develop the most celebrated meat-free Indian recipes, and in The Curry Guy Veggie he presents over 100 recipes that focus on taste and simplicity. Much vegetarian food at curry houses is unappealing and unimaginative. Curry Guy Veggie showcases how exciting Indian vegetarian food can be with mouth-watering starters, classic curries, idlis, dosas and fried breads, as well as the delicious side dishes that we all know and love. All of the ingredients are accessible and easy to find in supermarkets, Asian grocers and online - and with Dan's detailed step-by-step instructions, you'll be making your own vegetarian curry feasts in no time at all.
Animal-free magic - Telegraph Magazine Recipes to impress that just happen to be vegan - Sunday Times In Cook Share Eat Vegan, now in paperback, Aine Carlin has created the ultimate vegan bible, with more than 125 recipes that prove there's a place for plant-based food at every table. With an emphasis on great flavours and fresh, seasonal dishes that don't rely on substitutes or hard-to-source ingredients, Aine's style of cooking will appeal to everyone, from vegan-cooking enthusiasts to those simply wanting to dabble now and then. Delight your friends with Crispy Cinnamon Potato Tacos, enjoy a warming bowl of Turmeric & Sweet Potato Soup, or indulge in a delicious Vanilla Panna Cotta. Discover recipes for every occasion and for all times of year - that just happen to be vegan. 'Finding the balance between health and indulgence, this book has a little bit of everything, from full-on comfort food to zen-inducing bowls to nourish from within. Discover the beauty of plant-based food and leave your preconceived notions at the door - it's time to cook, eat, smile (repeat)' - Aine Carlin
Author Lukas Volger, who has been making and eating veggie burgers since he was a teenager, elevates the vegetarian burger to its rightful status as real food. His collection of unique, delicious veggie burger recipes include Easy Bean Burgers, Red Lentil and Celeriac Burgers, Quinoa Burgers, Tofu and Chard Burgers, Tempeh Burgers, Baked Falafel Burgers, Thai Carrot Burgers, Spinach and Chickpea Burgers, and Sweet Potato Burgers with Lentils and Kale. More than half the burger recipes are vegan and/or gluten-free, as are many of the extras, which include buns, salads, fries, toppings, and condiments. Everyday ingredients ensure that all the burgers and extras are quick and easy to assemble. The wide variety of tastes and flavours will excite every palate and suit every craving and occasion. And the mouth-watering photographs leave no doubt that great-tasting veggie burgers can look spectacular, too.
Following on from the success of Bowls of Goodness, Nina moves from casual bowl food to celebrating in style. This joyful book focuses on delicious festive vegetable dishes that are easy to make. The recipes are driven by modern plant-based cooking inspired by kitchens from around the world: with Mediterranean, Asian, Northern European and Middle Eastern flavours. Chapters include Small Bites, Celebration Salads, Midsummer, Midwinter and Al Fresco, Plated, Hearty Meals and Sweet Endings. This is food for relaxed parties with a pick-and-mix attitude, but there are also stand-out dishes to feed the whole party and more fine-dining plates for dinner parties. And Nina gives handy tips on creating a balanced meal, cooking recipes in advance and how to make recipes vegan and dairy-free. Recipes include a Smorgasbord, Summer Rolls, Herbed Lentil, Beetroot and Feta Salad, Golden Kerala Curry and Midsummer Dream Cake. Nina makes vegetarian cooking fun and sociable - the recipes, in themselves, are worth celebrating!
The best of both worlds! You might think that paleo and vegan diets are complete opposites. But that's not true! There are plenty of foods besides meat in the paleo diet. After all, our ancestors were hunters and gatherers, and they likely ate plant-based diets for much of the time. Both paleo and vegan diets focus on clean eating, and The Everything Vegan Paleo Cookbook provides readers with 300 deliciously clean recipes that focus on fresh vegetables and fruits, nuts, sprouts, and healthy fats, including: Two-Tomato Salsa Avocado-Watermelon Salad Almond Joy Smoothie Acorn Squash Autumn Bisque Veggie Kebabs with Chimichurri Sauce Tropical Cashew Nut Butter Pistachio-Pumpkin Trail Mix Plum Blueberry Coconut Crumble With these full-flavored, whole-food recipes, you'll have hundreds of options for following both the paleo and vegan lifestyles.
Nutrition and natural food expert Leah Vanderveldt puts the joy into plant-based cooking with over 100 easy and inventive recipes that redefine the boundaries for nourishing food. As the food editor for the health and wellness website MindBodyGreen, Leah is constantly in conversation with readers, nutritionists, chefs and contributors about food and with this book she offers a new outlook on eating plant-based dishes for health and well-being. This is unashamed comfort eating - big hearty bowlfuls, packed full of goodness and rich in flavour. Her philosophy is to get the maximum enjoyment from foods by using seasonings and cooking techniques in over 100 simple recipes that offer indulgence and balance all at once. Affordability and accessibility is key, too, and these tasty, comforting and hearty meals are designed to bring excitement to the palate. Expect lots of colour, texture and flavour, with combinations of spice and freshness, creamy and crunchy, umami, sweet and sour. Try Spiced Buckwheat Porridge, Chickpea Crepes with Mushrooms and Thyme, Peanut Butter and Banana Whip Bowl with Toasted Coconut and Seeds, Coconut Broth with Courgette Noodles and Mushrooms, Red Lentil Dahl, Winter Roasted Veg Bowl with Honey Balsamic Dressing, Curry-infused Quinoa with Herbed Black Lentils, Veggie Tacos with Five-seed Slaw, Planty Paella, Cauliflower Fritters with Tomato Chutney, Peanut Butter Cookies and Chocolate Bark with Dried Cherries and Almond Flakes. Plant-based comfort food incorporates an abundance of plant foods in meals that nourish the body and soul. It isn't heavy or overly rich, it can be light and healthy, while still being filling and flavourful. It's fresh and satisfying, The New Nourishing.
Who says vegans can't have macaroni and cheese? In this inspiring volume by best-selling vegan author Robin Robertson, you will find more than 50 awesome plant-based recipes for deeply flavorful dishes that take this timeless comfort food in exciting new directions. Like most people, chances are you've eaten a lot of macaroni and cheese in your life. If you're new to a plant-based diet, you might be wondering if you can still enjoy this comforting meal. You'll be happy to know the answer is "Yes!" Robin shows you how to make what she calls Mac Uncheese-rich, delectable pasta dishes featuring vegan cheese sauces that start with plant milks, vegetables, and nuts as their base ingredients. Using these sauces-or, if you prefer, using store-bought vegan cheese-you can make many tempting variants of the cheesy pasta dish, from the familiar and homey, such as Mom's Classic Mac UnCheese, to the globally adventuresome, such as Indian Curry Mac or Salsa Mac and Queso. An entire chapter is devoted to veggie-loaded mac and cheese dishes, like Buffalo Cauliflower Mac, Arugula Pesto Mac UnCheese, or Smoky Mac and Peas with Mushroom Bacon. Another chapter serves up meatless mac and cheeses made meaty with lentils, jackfruit, mushrooms, and more. And, for delicious fun, there are recipes for Mac and Cheese Balls, Mac 'n' Cheese Pizza, Waffled Mac and Cheese, and Cheesy Mac Muffins. In addition to the recipes, Vegan Mac and Cheese features lists of toppings, add-ins, and other ways to be creative with these plant-based mac and cheese recipes, which will warm your soul all year long.
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