This creamy cheese sauce is the perfect pairing with breakfast burritos, nachos, tacos, and so much more. It is made with a base of cashews and paired with all the right delicious spices.…
A rich mushroom gravy to drown your mashed potatoes and stuffing in. I mean who likes gravyless potatoes anyways? With all the right herbs and umami flavor…this gravy hits the spot.
If you are not a fan of mushrooms I suggest dicing the mushrooms into small pieces of even slightly blitzing them in a food processor. The gravy presents a rich umami flavor that doesn’t taste too strong of mushrooms. Just a tip, because I know my sister absolutely despises mushrooms, but if I prepare the gravy a bit differently she is all over it.…
Toasty chunks of fresh bread tossed in a flavorful mushroom broth with notes of fresh sage, rosemary, and thyme.
Traditionally made with chicken or turkey broth, this stuffing is entirely plant-based. The flavorful mushroom broth brings the rich, umami flavor that you may think you’d be missing with an entirely vegan stuffing.…
Roasted green beans topped with crispy pumpkin seeds. It’s the perfect balance of sweet and salty and are extremely easy to prepare and cook.
Spice up your roasted green beans with a crunchy, sweet and salty topping. These pumpkin seeds cooked with olive oil, maple syrup, coriander, cinnamon, and salt will amaze your tastebuds.…
When I tell you these are one of the best roasted potatoes I’ve had…I’m not lying.
Dressed with flavor spices, aromas, and roasted till golden brown and perfectly crispy. Garlicky, slightly spicy, warm, and bright.
Spiced with chimichurri spice, dried thyme leaves, salt and pepper. Tossed in a bit of tamari, garlic, lemon zest, and oil.
The perfect combination of flavors….
During my time in Spain, there were many dishes to drool over. From vegetable paella, to creamy gelato…it was all some of the best food I have ever eaten. However, there is one dish that keeps coming back to mind, because it feeds my obsession with potatoes. Patatas Bravas!
Crispy, golden brown potatoes smothered with a slightly sweet, paprika tomato-based sauce. I have paired it with a garlicy aioli that will make this a match made in heaven.
The Bravas sauce pairs perfectly with almost anything. Smother it on a sandwich, top it on some freshly toasted bread, or throw a few dollops in a stew. The aromas themselves while making this will make you want to dive in right away.
This recipe is extremely simple and easy to make, it just requires some patience and an eager appetite.
Feel free to make your favorite aioli to pair with this, or use the recipe I have provided down below. Sprinkle with some fresh or dried basil, and you got yourself the perfect main or side dish. …