Tag Archives: Bragg’s

Hong Kong Cauliflower “Rice”

Cauliflower is such an amazingly versatile vegetable. Did you know that if you throw it into a food processor/blender and chop it up into tiny pieces that it’ll mimic rice? Well there is a little bit more to it than just chopping it up but trust us on how simplistically easy this recipe really is. This […]

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Seitan Satay

Seitan Satay…say that five times fast! Michael and I were at a Thai restaurant for lunch last week. They had some vegan options, but we commented on how we’d love a seitan satay with the peanut sauce. This is what we came up with and it’s out of this world! Ingredients: 1- 8oz. package of […]

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Bangkok Peanut Sauce

This Thai influenced peanut sauce is very versatile and can be used either as a dipping sauce for your vegetables or satay, tossed with your favorite noodles, or even used as a salad dressing. The possibilities are endless, and it’s super easy! Ingredients: 3/4 cup peanut butter, we recommend peanut butter that is just peanuts […]

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Korean BBQ Jackfruit Sandwich

We are huge fans of this versatile ingredient jackfruit. Young, green jackfruit absorbs any flavor, and has a texture not-unlike shredded pork or chicken when cooked. Cans of jackfruit can be found at most Indian or Asian markets. Be sure to get the kind that is not in syrup, but water or brine. This sandwich […]

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Classic Kale-Mushroom Tofu Scramble

This Classic Kale-Mushroom Tofu Scramble has become a staple on Sunday mornings in our house. After the busy, often hectic, work week we highly recommend sitting down to a big hot plate of this scramble. It fills the belly with yummy protein and all the nutrient packed goodness of kale. Ingredients: 1 block tofu, extra […]

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