Tag Archives: Celery

Vegetable Shepherd’s Pie

St. Paddy’s day is just a couple of weeks away and soon after that is spring! So to celebrate the coming Irish holiday we present a traditional Irish dish, the classic Vegetable Shepherd’s Pie. This comfort dish is filled with hearty veggies and topped with mashed potatoes, who could ask for anything more? This makes a wonderful […]

Continue Reading

Potato Corn Chowder

It’s officially soup season here at Being Vegan Eats’ kitchen! The weather has been so chilly and miserable here in the North-East. What better way to warm up from the cold than with a warm bowl of our Potato Corn Chowder. With chunks of potatoes, sweet succulent corn and a rich creamy texture this soup will […]

Continue Reading

Sicilian Rice Balls

Michael grew up in a Sicilian family in NYC. One of his favorite Italian dishes were Arancini (rice balls). It had been many years since he had one because they usually contain cheese and meat inside. Wanting to veganize the Arancini, this is the recipe we came up with, and we hope you enjoy them as […]

Continue Reading

Lemon Caper Chickpea Salad

We have been on a big chickpea kick lately! The flavors of lemon and capers pair so well together we just had to try them in a chickpea salad. We end up making chickpea salad at least once a week. It’s such a simple recipe and takes about 10-15 minutes tops to throw it all […]

Continue Reading

Curried Lentil Chickpea Soup

Lentils & Chickpeas…a powerhouse duo of fiber, protein, and B- vitamins. So tasty. Mike and I absolutely love to eat Indian food so what better way to stay warm in the Northeast this winter (it’s only 5°C right now) than this curried soup. Ingredients: 1 cup black beluga lentils (soaked in water for a half […]

Continue Reading

Bean and Veggie Stoup

Mmmm…making this soup brings me back to childhood, playing outside until I was too cold to stand it…walking in to my father preparing one of his many homemade soups. This hearty soup/stew is perfect to warm you on a chilly fall or winter evening. A one pot meal that serves 4, and is great paired […]

Continue Reading