Get ready to have your mind changed about raw vegan soups! This soup is filled with nuanced flavors that form a delicious marriage in your mouth.
Packed with the fresh flavors of bell pepper, lemon, and strawberries, this raw soup has a balanced depth of flavor and richness.
The secret to the richness of this soup is to use real butter, fresh basil leaves, and heavy cream. Please do not substitute, or you will not have the same high quality end result.
A simple yet tasty alternative to potato leek soup. Great for those watching their carbs or calories, or just looking for a different vegetarian soup.
Creamy carrot soup …..yummy! Serve with a nice green salad and cornbread.
Roasted red peppers are featured in this intriguing pureed soup with onion, celery, red wine and mint. This is a very hearty soup, I recommend serving 6 to 8 ounces as an appetizer. Very good garnished with crispy bacon bits and mint.
This soup is savory, spicy, and very filling. You taste the bold Asian flavors in every spoonful. You may even love the broth too much!
Get ready to lick the bowl clean because this vegetarian gumbo is jam-packed with flavors that make you want to slap your mama!
We just turned up the heat and punched a one way ticket to flavor city with this recipe. All we can say is prepare for deliciousness.
An out of this world salad that will have your dinner guests begging for the recipe. It is also versatile – summer berries are a nice alternative. I wouldn’t normally tout a brand, but the only company I know that makes maple flavored balsamic vinegar is Wildly Delicious in their distinct tall blue bottles.
This fire and ice salad is good with any lunch or dinner entree. It’s got a little kick, but the cooling cucumber mellows the heat.
This isn’t the traditional potato salad that is heavy and overly rich. It’s a refreshing take that showcases classic Greek flavors.
This is a colorful, spicy, and refreshing bean salad that is incredibly easy to make. It’s a great transitional recipe if you just finished cleansing.
Everyone I have made this for RAVES about it! It’s different and so easy to make!
Get ready to wok and roll because you’re about to bring the house down with the flavors in this mixed vegetable and tofu stir-fry!
I came up with this recipe to entertain friends. Since I am a semi-vegetarian and love to BBQ.The first time I made this, my meat-lover friends raved about this dish! I prefer mesquite coals over gas barbeques…however, either works fine.
Using simple, fresh ingredients that are found at your local farmer’s market, these quesadillas make great appetizers or a filling healthy meal.
For those vegetarians who miss the taste of meatloaf, here is a tasty vegetarian version that matches the flavor.
This is so easy to make! You’ll want to have it all the time, but you can save it for when you feel like impressing a significant other.
Whole steamed artichokes have a natural elegance, but leaf-dipping can get messy. We’ve solved the problem by filling artichokes with a thick arugula pesto, which turns the de-choked centers into individual dipping bowls.