The reason I made these chickpea fritters is pretty simple. I can’t resist any recipe that has the word “fritter” in it. I admit I have been disappointed by a fritter before, but not so with these. They taste a little like bad for you food, but they aren’t. Packed full of protein and fiber, they are perfect for dinner, lunch or an appetizer. They come out nice and crispy on the outside and are really filling. I’ve served them quite a few timesPin It
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Rarely is there a day I actually sit down and enjoy my lunch. I usually eat while I’m making my daughter’s lunch or working at the computer. I don’t really give it as much thought as I would like to. So it’s nice when I discover something I can make ahead of time and not have to fuss over it too much. This is a great take on egg salad. It’s super easy to make and has a nice egg flavor to it. This is great both in your sandwich or spread over some crackers. You can adjust the black salt and dill in this recipe to your taste. Continue reading →Pin It
I can’t rave about these buffalo burritos enough. They are so delicious, so easy and so fast! I spotted these on That Was Vegan and went right to work making them. I even made sure to make the steamed seitan she calls for in her recipe. If you have your seitan already made, you can have this on the table in about 10 minutes. Check out the full recipe here. Continue reading →Pin It
It’s finally snowing in New England!
This has been the strangest winter we’ve had since I moved here. We’ve had very little snow and it’s been reasonably mild the whole season. If this was what winter was always like, I’d be one happy girl!
As the snow starting falling yesterday, I got a real desire for chili. My husband has been asking me to make a vegan chili for about Continue reading →
One of my absolute favorite blogs is spabettie.com. Kristina makes the most creative dishes and photographs them beautifully. I was really pumped when she said she would take part in the Mighty Vegan Mardi Gras. Here is her recipe for Jambalaya which looks fantastic and I can’t wait to try it! Continue reading →
What better way to kick off our Mighty Vegan Mardi Gras than with a po boy! I grew up eating these. Only back then they were filled with fried shrimp, catfish or oysters. Po boys are a staple in most New Orleans restaurants. They are basically like a sub usually filled with meat or fried seafood. What differentiates them is the Continue reading →Pin It