Main Dishes

Cauliflower Soup Kicked with Curry

This humble veg may look bland, but it's a cruciferous powerhouse of antioxidants to boost the immune system. Cauliflower becomes soft and creamy when cooked, lending it to puréeing into this thick and satisfying soup.

Presto Pasta

Here’s a hearty meal in a hurry, even after a busy day. Adding vegetables to pasta adds fiber, nutrients and variety to any meal, and a quick way to balance out the starch.

 

Avocado Smash Sandwich

Sandwiches are convenient and familiar. All a great one demands are a creamy spread, and crunchy veggies between hearty bread, and voilà: you have lunch!

Teriyaki Quinoa w/ Chickpeas

Here's Julieanna's saucy stir-fry brimming with the flavor of garlic and ginger - satisfying for any meal.

Kasha and Pesto Varnishkes

Kasha and Varnishkes is a traditional Eastern European dish made with Buckwheat groats and bowtie noodles, and usually cottage cheese. I use pesto here to add the richness of the cheese and added flavor, and add veggies as well.

Use whole-grain noodles for fiber as well as flavor too!

 

Walnut Roast

This is such a rich and savory dish with the walnuts lending a deep, meaty flavor. Try it substituting other nuts or sunflower seeds

Collard Wraps

This meal can simply be leftovers wrapped in steamed collard leaves.

Salad and dressing is wonderful; so are grains with mustard, shredded carrot and sliced peppers, just as examples. These wraps are a staple in a plant-based meal plan! I would say the only thing that doesn’t go in a collard wrap is peanut butter and jelly! Here is a recipe using hummus. The recipe for hummus can be found here.

Lentil and Rice Loaf

This flavorful loaf is perfect for the holidays, or anytime you want a hearty main dish. It can be made with fresh or dried herbs. Make two loaves while you’re at it and freeze one for later!

Winter Stew

This is a ‘tried and true’ recipe that I have been making for many years. It really is delicious, and perfect for the chilly season….

Spinach Tofu Soufflé

Enjoy this baked French classic without animal products.  This cheesy sauce can also be used in other recipes that use cheese.  It's also good over baked potatoes, steamed vegetables and grains!

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