Top Daily Recipes: Crispy Tofu and Black Bean Fajitas to Cinnamon Rolls!

March 18, 2024

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1. Crispy Tofu and Black Bean Fajitas


Fancy a quick and easy vegetarian meal that can be whipped up in 15 minutes? Then this by is the one for you. If you’ve got the pre-misconception that tofu is bland then you definitely need to try this and we promise you won’t look back!

2. Bun Cha


Vietnamese bun cha is a vibrant amalgam of pork, crisp lettuce and cucumber, bright herbs, and rice vermicelli, all united by a potent sweet-sour-salty sauce known as nuoc cham. The traditional version features grilled pork patties shaped like squished meatballs. Here, we swap the grill for a nonstick skillet and press the patties into ½‑inch-thick disks to give them an even more flat, brownable surface area than the originals. Nuoc cham traditionally includes fish sauce; to make up for its absence here, we substitute similarly salty soy sauce. We use the sauce two ways: A couple of tablespoons go into the meat mixture, and the rest goes on the side for drizzling over the salad, meat, and noodles according to individual preference. For the best results for these by make sure to shake all excess water from the noodles after rinsing them. For a less spicy sauce, use only half the Thai chile. To serve, place platters of noodles, salad, sauce, and pork patties on the table and allow diners to assemble components to their taste.

3. Forbidden Rice Salad with Spicy Edamame


In this by , you’ll find fresh bell peppers, oranges and wilted spinach folded into a nutty bed of forbidden rice, and adorned atop it with a mound of spicy sautéed edamame finished off with a creamy drizzle of a simple lemon-tahini sauce – you gotta’ try it!

4. Cinnamon Rolls


These by are a dream come true! Easy to prepare the night before for a slow morning or bake and freeze until the perfect moment arrives. These homemade & delicious vegan cinnamon rolls are sticky, soft, sweet & plant-based!

5. Chai Spice Grain-Free Granola


When I was a kid, I loved adding granola to sweetened yogurt. The textures and flavors were so delicious, and it was filling, too! This by has warm, subtle flavors that will remind you of a hot cup of Indian chai. It also packs a heap of healthy fats, protein, and fiber and is free of grains and refined sugars. Enjoy this with plant-based milk, mix it with fresh fruit, or use it to top yogurt, chia pudding, or overnight oats.

6. Grilled Zucchini Parmigiana


My mom doesn’t fry food. She never has; she never will. I hated it when I was a child, but now I am grateful she taught me how to make delicious food that is also healthy and good for us. That’s why this by is in the section dedicated to her, because every time that I have the option of either grilling or frying something, I always follow my mom’s lead and take out the grill.

7. Cajun Lentil Étouffé


Today we’re taking things down south for some comfort and heartiness. Root vegetables signify a time period where our bodies yearn to ground down and essentially stock up for the winter. Ayurveda calls this time of year Vata season. Try to include more root vegetables into your diet during Autumn and embrace the qualities of Fall by practicing grounding activities such as meditating and physically grounding (walking barefoot outside). A good start is making this by — it’s delicious and perfect for Fall.

8. Chickpea Pizza with Tofunaise


This by is so delicious! It’s a wonderful high-protein and gluten-free way to enjoy pizza. Feel free to try out your own favorite toppings!

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