10 Popular Vegan Recipes for the Busy Home Cook (Easy Vegetarian Recipes Book 8)

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And true to Gimme Some Oven style, these dinner recipes all totally easy, totally reliable, and totally do-able. And of course, totally delicious. Perfect seasoning, rich and delicious flavor. Being quick and easy to make is just a bonus! Thanks for a terrific recipe. We used lentils instead of black beans and there were zero leftovers.


Our family devoured them. Followed the basic recipe, used a food processor to shred up the veggies and had crunchy peanut butter on hand for in the sauce, which is so delicious. Sriracha and fresh lime on the side. This is so good I will likely eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner until it is gone! Thank you! This one was an absolute winner! Used the crockpot instructions. I did soak my beans overnight before putting into the crockpot. It was my secret vegan dinner for the week.

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Every one of the picky roommates could eat it! So good. Beef stroganoff was one of my favourite meals from my mom growing up but finding a good vegetarian alternative has been difficult. This version was easy to make, packs full of flavour, and the perfect comfort meal. That roasted cauliflower and roasted chick peas were the best thing ever!! I made it for my husband and myself for dinner last night, had a sandwich baggie of the cauliflower and chickpeas and pine nuts left over, and just now stood at the sink and ate those for lunch.

Seriously, the best! Shared the recipe with two of my friends this morning and told them they have to make it. Make it, I tell you make it, you will love it!! So delicious! Thanks for sharing.

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I assumed it would be good, but I was not prepared for just how delicious it would be. It will definitely become a regular meal in our home. A soup so good my four year old son is devouring it! I could have eaten the whole pot tonight.

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A new family favorite! Such a simple meal, but SO flavorful. Thanks for posting this after your IG story, Ali! Bonus: I made more of that delicious sauce, so can put it with chickpeas later this week, and have more refried beans so halfway to more tacos or burrito bowls. Had it for dinner tonight and it was sooo good!

My husband had 3 bowls. I have made it five times now and even with creative variations it still turnes out amazing! Thanks a million for the great recipe. Love this site. Yes, they are perfect for leftover tortillas or chips.

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I usually wind up making them very much like this when I have leftover fried corn tortillas from chilaquiles. SO good for the next day. This is great! Put in the refrigerator for 1 hour. Then make balls the size of a big walnut or bigger.

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Put them on baking paper. Icing Melt the chocolate and coconut oil in a water bath. Put the balls in the icing one by one. Turn them over with a fork and move onto baking paper.

Put the balls in a refrigerator for 2 hours until the icing sets. Add coconut oil and mix thoroughly. Slowly add water, mix after each tablespoon. The amount of water depends on the moistness of the flour. Knead well. The dough should resemble the dough for pierogis — it should be soft and elastic. Cut out a rectangle or other shape.

Prick all over with fork. The rest of the dough can be used for decorations and gently pressed into the base as shown on the picture.

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Put in a refrigerator for 30 minutes. Allow to cool. Cream Blend the beans thoroughly with mint and syrup. Heat the juice and zest until boiling. Add chocolate and stir until it melts. Add blended beans and cinnamon and mix carefully.

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Spread the cream on the pastry and add the decorations. Put in the refrigerator until the cream thickens. Mix pumpkin mousse, milk, lemon juice and zest, and coconut oil and heat gently. Add to the dry ingredients and knead. This should take more or less 8 minutes. Put in the dough, cover it and put aside for 1 hour in a warm place to rise. Cut into strips 1 cm wide. The length depends on the length of the baking tubes used. Wind the strips around the tubes so that the dough slightly overlaps.

Put into a refrigerator for 10 minutes.